link to Basanti Pulao

Basanti Pulao

Bengali Basanti Pulao also refer to as Mishti Pulao (Sweet Pilaf) is a festive pleasure. It taste pretty amazing on its own, but you should try it with Kosha Mangsho (Bengali Style Mutton Stew). We typically prepare it with an aromatic short grain rice called “gobindo bhog chaal” but you can use any non-sticky short grain rice.

link to Rasgulla/Roshogolla

Rasgulla/Roshogolla

The term literary translate to rosho (syrupy) golla (round dumpling/balls)! Soft spongy cheeseballs soaked in syrup, Rasgulla/Roshogollais a famous Eastern India dessert. It needs just 5 ingredients (milk, sugar, vinegar/lemon juice, water, cardamoms for flavor). While the recipe of Roshogolla sounds very easy, it’s definitely one of the trickiest Indian dessert to perfect. I have explained everything in detail along with a VIDEO with all the key tips.

link to Roasted Garlic and Cilantro Bread

Roasted Garlic and Cilantro Bread

Golden crust and soft delicate crumbs, this Roasted Garlic and Cilantro Bread is a NO KNEAD, easy YEAST bread that needs no stand mixer to prepare the dough. The flavor combination of roasted garlic with fresh cilantro is amazing and to that I added some chili flakes for mild heat. It’s a delicious any day bread to be enjoyed with soup, open toast or sandwich.

link to Kanji – Indian Kombucha

Kanji – Indian Kombucha

Kanji is a very popular a traditional probiotic North Indian drink typically prepared during Fall when red carrots are in season. This fermented Indian probiotic drink needs just 5 ingredients and it takes about 3 to 4 days to get ready. You can call it Indian Kombucha!

link to Aam Papad / Aamshotto

Aam Papad / Aamshotto

Aam Papad – Aam Shotto is mango fruit leather. Thin layers of Mango plump are sun-dried or oven dried until it dehydrates and peels off like leather! It is then sliced into small rectangles or rolled into bite size logs. Prepared at home without any artificial flavors, these are great healthy snack for kids.

link to Begun Bhaja

Begun Bhaja

Begun Bhaja is a classic Bengali style fried eggplant. It is one of the most favorite and common dish prepared with eggplant. You can serve Begun Bhaja in several different ways. You can pair it with Khichuri (rice and lentil porridge), or with Luchi (fried bread) and my absolutely favorite is to enjoy it with rice, ghee and few green chilies on the side.