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Stone Apple Sharbat

stone apple

Although, it might seem that monsoon has finally hit this part of the world and it’s even very tantalizing to think so (taking cue from the downpour in the last couple of days), the truth is, it’s the summer that seems to not want to leave us entirely. Well, that’s what I felt when I returned home the other day, ...

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Parsi Delight – Lagan nu Custard

Lagan nu Custard

Parsi Wedding Story Now, a Parsi wedding is no quiet ceremony. It is known to be an event much celebrated; a lavish affair and a Parsi delight altogether. The ceremony takes place with mirth and laughter in front of guests, or an Anjoman (assembly) that is arranged to bear witness to the special event. A Parsi wedding greatly relies on ...

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Green Mango Chutney

It wouldn’t be surprising if you’d seen me talking at length before about how summertime is all about mangoes, all kinds of mangoes: ripe-unripe, Chausa, Himsagar, Alphonse; used in all sorts of dishes in all sorts of ways- well, not literally, you know- be it Dal (lentils), pickles, chutneys, curries, drinks, desserts…the point being, summertime means MANGOES here in Bengal ...

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Pomegranate Raita

Pomegranate raita is a pleasant fruity raita. Like all the other raita recipes, this pomegranate raita too is very simple and easy to prepare. Fresh pomegranate arils in a creamy sweet spiced yogurt base in a raita, it is as good as a sweet dessert. This pomegranate raita is so good that you can have it plain. you can also ...

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Gutti Vankaya (Andhra special stuffed brinjal)

Gutti Vankaya

Andhra special stuffed brinjal is otherwise known as Gutti Vankaya. This dish can be made either with small purple brinjals or with the small round green eggplants. Recipe serving: 3-4 Preparation Time: 10 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 1 dozen Brinjal A few Curry leaves A few cloves of Garlic Salt Chilli powder 1 tbsp Ghee – 3 tbsp ...

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Aam Dal (Mango Lentil Soup)

aam dal

Lentil, in general, is a staple dish in every household, consumed almost throughout the year not only in West Bengal but also in most parts of India and South Asia. Using green mangoes to add a refreshing flavour to it is just the thing one needs in the searing heat of the summer. Aam Dal, or Mango Lentil Soup, is ...

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Shahi Enchor Curry (Green Jackfruit curry)

enchor

Tender Jackfruit (Echor in Bengali) Although one might hate the summers for the blazing sun and the scorching heat, one surely loves it in no less measure for the variety of fruits that one gets to savour during the summers and waits eagerly round the year for it. Of the many fruits that grow well especially during the summers, jackfruit ...

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Fale – Savouring the taste of Himalayan Cuisine

himalayan cuisine

Recipe & Photography: Sumon Majumder I have always been fascinated by mountains and hills. Time and time again, I find the mountain-side drawing me towards it. And each time I visit the mountains, I learn something new; something I’d never known and come back with fresh memories to cherish later on. This time, it came in the shape of a ...

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Crispy Bitter Gourd Kofta

bitter gourd koftas

Make crispy and creative Bitter gourd Koftas at home! Here’s the recipe in simple and easy steps!   Recipe serving: 4 Preparation Time: 10 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 4 pieces Bitter gourd Oil for deep fry For Filling: ½ teaspoon Cumin seeds ½ teaspoon Coriander seeds 1 piece dry chili 1 teaspoon Dry Mango powder (optional ) ½ ...

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Mustard greens with Dry Prawn

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Recipe serving: 4 Cook time: 20 minute Ingredients: ½ Kg Mustard greens 50 grams Dry Prawn 5 teaspoon Mustard oil Pinch of ground coriander seed 3 Dry Chili Salt t taste Preparation: Chop the mustard greens and keep aside. Soak the dry prawn in water for 20 minutes and wash it for several times. In a wok, heat 2 teaspoon ...

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