This Aloo Phulkopir Tarkari known as Phulkopir Chechki is perhaps the easiest as it can go. It is light, cooks absolutely in the jiffy and pairs so well with Luchis or Paranthas.
This Broccoli fried rice is perhaps the easiest way of making a broccoli recipe at home. It comes together in no time and has the goodness of veggies. If you wish you can go with broccolis only, but I love to add carrots to add a touch of colour to break the monotony of green.
This eggless Christmas Plum Cake recipe is the simple and eggless version of the popular Rum-soaked Fruit & Nut Plum Cake Recipe on my blog.
This koraishutir kochuri recipe in Bengali style is a winter special dish, where a spicy filling of peas is filled and stuffed inside the dough before rolling them into deep-fried flatbreads known as kochuri or kachoris. Often paired with spicy potato curry called aloo dum or cholar dal, it makes an indulgent meal fit for the king.
This Bengali Masoor Dal Sheddho is a simple boiled red lentil dish often served with a dash of pungent mustard oil and chopped red onions, chillies and fresh coriander leaves.
This Gurer Narkel Naru or Jaggery & Coconut Bliss Balls are a must during any Bengali festive celebration. All you need is some coconut & jaggery. That’s it. Both are abundantly available in a Bengali household and when combined together yields enough to cater to everyone in the family, from young to old because everyone is a big fan of this traditional Bengali sweet called Narkel Naru.