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Matar Kachori / Peas Kachori
Veg Recipe
Dec 4, 2015
Last tuesday 'he' gave me a call from office at 5:00 pm and requested me to make some 'chatpata' snacks which will go very well with tea. So, I had exactly 1 hour in my hand to make something. Don't know why, but suddenly a thought of spending evening time in India, came in my mind. My grandpa used to bring different kinds of snacks like 'samosa', 'nimki', 'vegetable chop', 'kachori', 'beguni' etc ...
Chingrir Chop / Shrimp Croquettes
Nonveg Recipe
Dec 2, 2015
This snack is a very popular street food in West Bengal. You will enjoy these croquettes more from small street food shop / gumti / jhupri , though I don't have any experience of eating 'chingrir chop' from any restaurant. In US, there is no 'gumti', thats why I had to make those in my kitchen and brought the exact taste from Bengal. They were really delicious and we enjoyed them with chilli sauce ...
Instant Narkel Naroo / Instant Coconut Nadus
Veg Recipe
Dec 1, 2015
I know making 'naroo' is a really time consuming task. Specially when you have puja in your house, there are several works to do. Here is the shortcut version of 'naroo', which you can make in 10 minutes. The recipe is so simple and needs very few ingredients. Naroo, made with fresh coconut, tastes heavenly. But believe me you will love these too. Try this in your kitchen and let me know how it tu ...
Niramish aloor dom / Veg dum aloo
Veg Recipe
Nov 30, 2015
Usually when we offer a meal to god / goddess with our respect and devotion, we call it 'Bhog' / 'prosad' . In any 'bhoger prosad' 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' / poori with this curry ...
Bhapa Posto
Veg Recipe
Nov 28, 2015
I think almost every Bengali is familiar with this name. I love 'posto' or poppy seeds in any form. I made this dish on yesterday lunch along with some steamed rice. The fresh flavour of mustard oil and poppy seed paste always makes me crazy. I made it in microwave but you can also make this in oven. Try this in your kitchen and let me know how it turns out.
Pulled Chicken Burger
Nonveg Recipe
Nov 26, 2015
Here in Texas, one of the famous burger is 'pulled pork burger'. Everyone is a big fan of this burger. Last weekend I had some buns in my kitchen and some boneless chicken in my fridge. Then I thought to replace pork with chicken and some delicious 'pulled chicken burger's along with coke came out from my kitchen. I really love to make different types of burger but this one is my first posting on ...
Baked Spicy Chicken Pasta
Nonveg Recipe
Nov 26, 2015
Its true that I love eating pasta after coming usa. In India I was more fond of noodles, ramen or maggie. But recently I experimented couple of recipes on pasta and they turned out really well. I love my pasta on spicy side, that's why I mentioned it in the title. After baking with cheese, the taste of this dish became phenomenal. If you do not want to bake or use cheese, then make this dish witho ...
Chana masala / Chole masala (Curry of Garbanzo Beans)
Veg Recipe
Nov 25, 2015
I have a friend in New Jersy, Monica, who makes the best chana masala ever. I learned this recipe from her. Since we moved from Jersy I missed her and her cooking very much. This is a punjabi dish, goes very well with bhatura, puri or roti. The recipe is very simple and it tastes delicious.
Baked Rosogolla
Veg Recipe
Nov 24, 2015
'Diwali' is the celebration of light and sound. Its been two years I am away from home (Kolkata). My papa used to buy me lots of crackers a day before diwali, we toast them in sunlight and in the evening of diwali my (maternal) uncle bought me some more crackers for his 'vagni'. Then around 8 pm me and my papa used to decorate our roof with candles and after that we started doing fireworks with ou ...
Mutton Kosha (Bengali style)
Nonveg Recipe
Nov 23, 2015
I love to eat mutton in any preparation, but do you have any experience of 'mutton kosha'? I would love to know your story. Because this dish is one of the traditional Bengali curries. We slow cook the mutton in its own juices with gravy and spices, thats why the end result always becomes finger licking good. You can serve 'mutton kosha' along with 'steamed rice', mishti pulaao, 'luchi', 'porota' ...

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