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  • Chicken Hot and Sour Soup

    Chicken Hot and Sour Soup

    Jan 28, 2019

  • Indian Savory Pancake

    Indian Savory Pancake

    Jan 21, 2019

  • Sunday Mutton Curry

    Sunday Mutton Curry

    Jan 17, 2019

  • Lehsuni Daal Tadka / Garlic flavored spicy Lentils

    Lehsuni Daal Tadka / Garlic flavored spicy Lentils

    Jan 14, 2019

  • Chicken Lollipop

    Chicken Lollipop

    Jan 11, 2019

  • Koraishutir Kochuri / Green peas Kachori / Hare Matar ki Kachori

    Koraishutir Kochuri / Green peas Kachori / Hare Matar ki Kachori

    Jan 7, 2019

  • Dahi Chicken / Dahiwala Murgh / Doi Chicken

    Dahi Chicken / Dahiwala Murgh / Doi Chicken

    Jan 4, 2019

  • Dimer Chop / Egg Devil / Dimer Devil

    Dimer Chop / Egg Devil / Dimer Devil

    Jan 1, 2019

  • Paneer Bhurji Gravy / Crumbled Cottage Cheese Curry

    Paneer Bhurji Gravy / Crumbled Cottage Cheese Curry

    Dec 27, 2018

  • Quick Palak Paneer

    Quick Palak Paneer

    Dec 17, 2018

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Bengali Sponge Rosogolla
Feb 18, 2019
Rosogolla is cottage cheese balls cooked and soaked in suger syrup. Rosogolla is a Bengali delicacy. You will get so many flavors of them in Kolkata sweet shops, like Nolen gur / Rose / Mango / Strawberry / Paan / Cardamom and what not! But one of my favorite is Sponge Rosogolla which is plain and simple. They are literally light and soft like sponges! If you follow every tips of this recipe you will get the exact spongy Rasgulla. Being a Bengali it is my pleasure to share this recipe with you all. Do try in your kitchen and let me know how they turned out for you.
Mutton Korma
Feb 14, 2019
Mutton korma is an old school and popular non veg main course item from Old Delhi. Any korma recipe has onion and yogurt based sauce, some even add nut paste also. Last weekend I had a party in my house. Among all the foods, the main attraction was Mutton Korma. Korma is very rich itself. Always serve this with light rice item or naan. Do give it a try and let me know how it turned out for you.
Niramish aloor dom / Dum Aloo without Onion & Garlic
Feb 10, 2019
Niramish means without onion and garlic. Usually when we offer a meal to god / goddess with our respect and devotion, we call it 'Bhog' / 'prasad' . In any prasad, this Aloor Dom is a must with khichdi and chutney. This recipe is without onion and garlic, that's why I mentioned 'niramish'. During monsoon you can also enjoy this with khichuri, beguni and chutney or in weekend breakfast make some luchi / lachha paratha with this curry. Whenever you arrange your next puja in your home, don't forget to put this item in the menu. I have already posted some other 'dum aloo' recipe. Try this in your kitchen and you will love it.
Steamed Chicken Momo
Feb 7, 2019
One of the popular Tibetian delicacy is Momo. They are very similar to dumplings and now a well known street food across India. You will get so many varieties from modern MOMO shops like 'MOMO I AM', 'WOW MOMO' etc. Steamed chicken momos are healthy and tastes more delicious with hot & spicy red chutney. Thin wrapper made out of flour will be filled with tasty ground chicken filling, and then they will be steamed to perfection. You can enjoy them as brunch or snacks.
Momo's Chutney (smokey, hot & spicy)
Feb 4, 2019
Whats the fun in having Momos without chutney?sounds so boring. This red colored hot and spicy chutney has garlicky and roasted tomato flavor and tastes awesome not only with momos but you can pair it with samosas, kachoris, chicken pakoras etc. In few shops you will find 3 types of momo's chutney - red, yellow and white. But this red hot chutney is very common and popular all across India. Do try this recipe in your kitchen and let me know how it turned out.
Mughlai Keema Paratha / Moglai Porota
Jan 31, 2019
Mughlai Keema Paratha is a very famous street food which has another name Keema Baida Roti. In Kolkata we call them 'moglai porota'. I made these parathas exactly like street style with minced meat, but you can skip that Keema part and keep the rest of the recipe same. The process is a bit lengthy but it is worth trying. I made dry potato curry along with mughlai paratha because these two goes very well with each other. I learned the recipe from my mother-in-law. She used to make this at evening without keema and we all enjoyed those very much. Here is the recipe with step by step clicks. Try this in your kitchen and let me know how it turns out.