A petite twist from the authentic South Indian Rasam, this Pear Rasam is equally comforting. The sweetness from the pear builds a lovely balance of taste with the tomatoes and the spices that goes in. With a bowl of white steamed rice, this Pear Rasam is utterly comforting!
Lau Er Khosha Bhaja literary translates to Bottle Gourd Peel Stir Fry. It is a humble side dish, typically paired with steamed white rice and lentil stew. It might sound interesting for some, probably even bizarre for others, but for most Bengali’s, this is an everyday comfort food.
Cauliflower Soup is a sublime silky soup that I can go for all year round and not just on cold days. Sometimes, I roast the cauliflower, and somedays I let it slow simmer with few herbs and spices. To make it extra special, I drizzle the soup with brown butter crispy sage.
Kamal Kakdi are lotus stems that is used in preparing different kind of curries and stir-fried dishes. This Kamal Kakdi sabji is semi dry and is prepared with soya granules. It’s a great weeknight vegetarian dinner and pairs best with paratha.
Dahlia Khichdi translating to Broken Wheat Porridge is a wholesome healthy meal! It is a one pot quick meal. You can slow cook in your stove top in a heavy bottom pan or make it quick in your pressure cooker or you could use Electric pressure cooker like Instapot or Mealthy Multipot.
A simple yet flavor packed vegetarian meal - Zaatar Roasted Cauliflower Brussel Sprouts, dreamily dressed with Maple Mustard Sauce. The grey skies and gloomy days needed a vibrant plate of food and it sure did cheer our mood.
When you are on a vacation, time flies in the blink of an eye. I have no clue where did the last week go. We have been relaxing and indulging on too many yummy dishes. At this rate, I am sure we will gain a couple of pounds by the end of this trip. I am not getting too bothered about it now but I plan to lose it once I return back home. Maybe, I'll just indulge on soups for a week. I never need a season for soup and I am always looking for new recipes. Today, I…