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Chaltar Raita or spiced Elephant apple

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January 27, 2016
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Chaltar Raita or spiced Elephant apple

Finally am back home after a whirlwind tour and my kid brother's wedding ceremony. The last two weeks went in a blur, filled to the brim with work, fun, travel, decking up and food food and more food. Everyday started way too early and ended quite late at night making us tired yet drunk...

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Chalta’r Achaar (Pickled Elephant apple/Dillenia Indica)

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January 11, 2016
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Chalta’r Achaar (Pickled Elephant apple/Dillenia Indica)

Wish all my readers a very happy new year, may the God fulfill all your dreams.A new year is always an excuse to start things afresh. For me its the time to be hopeful. there is something about winter that makes me happy. The weather, the stamina, the mood everything is positive during this...

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Mutton Kasha (Spicy curried Goat Meat/ bengali style Bhuna Gosht)

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December 5, 2015
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Mutton Kasha (Spicy curried Goat Meat/ bengali style Bhuna Gosht)

To continue with my less is more approach let me stop talking and present to you this classic Mutton Kasha recipe. An amazingly aromatic rich and delicious curry with tender pieces of goat meat laced with the warm aroma of Garam masala powder. It calls for a very few ingredients, mostly available in your...

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Kumro phuler pur bhaja (Stuffed squash blossom fritters)

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November 29, 2015
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Kumro phuler pur bhaja (Stuffed squash blossom fritters)

Like most of you I love a packed fridge. It's so much better to open your fridge and get swamped with choices. For that matter Saturday is my most favourite day when I go to the market and bring fresh veggies, fruits and herbs for the whole week. With winter slowly creeping in it...

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Dheki shaak or fiddle head fern, a simple stir fry

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November 27, 2015
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Dheki shaak or fiddle head fern, a simple stir fry

Dhenki shaak or fiddle head fern is a vividly green edible fern with a typical coiled tip.There is so much romance associated with this typical vegetable from the northern part of Bengal. I first came to know about it while reading Samaresh Majumdar's novel Uttaradhikar, the first of the trilogy written on a boy...

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Coconut, Cashew and Mawa Laddoo

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November 9, 2015
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Coconut, Cashew and Mawa Laddoo

This laddoo recipe was born just out of the quest to save a crisis. I was newly married and wanted to make narkel naru for Bijoya. After the morning trip to the market to gather the essentials the problem arose when I started scraping the coconut. It was much past it's prime and was...

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Chire Bhaja or Chivda

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November 8, 2015
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Chire Bhaja or Chivda

Diwali is just around the corner and before the chance is lost for this year let me start this post with Shubho Bijoya greetings. Sorry for being so late but I always find it difficult to get back to the groove after the vacation, however mini it is, coming back from home is never...

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Bok Phool Bhaja (Agati Flower Fritter)

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October 14, 2015
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Bok Phool Bhaja (Agati Flower Fritter)

Yesterday was Mahalaya and hence the count down to Bengal's biggest festivities The Durga puja has started. Right now we are going through the final sorting of the new clothes, accessories, matching bindis, shoes and makeups. A detailed map has been devised to cover the famous pujas around the town along with the pit...

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Bata Macher Jhal (Labeo bata in mustard gravy)

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October 4, 2015
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Bata Macher Jhal (Labeo bata in mustard gravy)

Bata or Labeo Bata is a very popular fish in Bengal. Being a fresh water fish native to India and Bangladesh it's favoured by the Bengalis in both these countries. Though it is loved for it's taste yet the fine bones deters some from enjoying them.The people of Bangladesh, the country of many rivers...

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Bengali Bhaja Platter ( 5 types of Bengali fries)

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October 2, 2015
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Bengali Bhaja Platter ( 5 types of Bengali fries)

If you look up for Bengali Cuisine then you will find Wikipedia saying that "

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