• Durga Puja

    Durga Puja

  • Durga Puja

    Durga Puja

Durga Puja , also referred to as Durgotsava or Sharadotsav is an annual Hindu festival in South Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. It refers to all the six days observed as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami.

Chicken Biryani Of Aminia
Chicken Biryani Of Aminia

Chicken Biryani Of Aminia

Aminia is a branded chain of restaurants with twelve locations in West Bengal, India, which specializes in traditional Mughlai cuisine of Eastern India. The restaurant is most noted for its special Biryani and Aminia Special.It was opened in 1929, and is a growing chain of restaurants in W Bengal

Bhaja Mooger/Muger Dal
Bhaja Mooger/Muger Dal

Bhaja Mooger/Muger Dal

<b>Bhaja Mooger Dal</b> is a one of the famous Dal recipe, which is usually cooked in any special occasions like guests are coming over or birthday or marriage function.The moong dal is roasted till it turns deep golden and gives a nutty aroma. After that it is boiled and tempered with spices .

Kosha Khasir Mangsho
Kosha Khasir Mangsho

Kosha Khasir Mangsho

<strong>Kosha Mangsho</strong> is very popular Bengali dish. The name '<strong>Kosha<strong>' comes from the word '</strong>Koshano</strong>' which means stirring. So this mutton must be slow cooked and keep stirring way. That is the only secret of the recipe.

Bhapa Ilish
Bhapa Ilish

Bhapa Ilish

This <b>Bhapa Ilish</b> recipe has been adopted from my Maa. In this <b>Bhapa Ilish</b> recipe raw Ilish/Hilsha pieces are steamed in mustard and coconut paste along with turmeric, green chili, salt and mustard oil. You can do this <b>Bhapa Ilish</b> in Microwave oven too.

Luchi Tarkari
Luchi Tarkari

Luchi Tarkari

<b>Luchi</b> should be made with all purpose flour or maida, little bit Moyan of ghee to bind the flour and salt. Then make a firm dough and should rest for 30 minutes minimum and then make small balls, flatten them with roller pin and deep fry them to make fluffy <b>Luchi</b>.

Bhuni Khichuri
Bhuni Khichuri

Bhuni Khichuri

Bhuni khichuri is a One pot rice meal cooked with Aromatic Rice and Yellow Lentil(Mung Dal) along with Vegetables. This <b>Bhuni khichuri</b> is seasoned with roasted ground Whole Spices. The specialty of this <b>Bhuni khichuri</b> is, the Rice and Lentil should be whole not totally mashed.

Bengali Misti Polao
Bengali Misti Polao

Bengali Misti Polao

"Misti/Mitha" stands for sweet in Bengali & "Holud/Basanti" stands for yellow in color & most importantly this will pronounce "Polao" not Pulao. So this rice preparation must be sweeter in taste & yellowish in color

Chicken Chaap
Chicken Chaap

Chicken Chaap

Chicken chaap is a Bengali mughlai dish. Here Big chicken pieces marinated and cooked in spicy and rich poppy seed based gravy.

Kochi Panthar Jhol
Kochi Panthar Jhol

Kochi Panthar Jhol

In this curry I've added all freshly ground spices with very less oil. And this curry should be cooked in a pan only, pressure cook will not bring the exact taste.

Ilish Macher Matha Die Pui Shaaker Chorchori
Ilish Macher Matha Die Pui Shaaker Chorchori

Ilish Macher Matha Die Pui Shaaker Chorchori

Today I'm going to share Ilish Machher Matha Die Pui Shaaker Chenchra recipe with you, which is similar with the rohu/katla fish head mishmash with pui shaak. As we add sorse & kancha lonka bata at the end of the mishmash to give it a rich and hot flavor.

Durga Puja , also referred to as Durgotsava or Sharadotsav is an annual Hindu festival in South Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. It refers to all the six days observed as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami.
Malai Chum Chum Malai Chum Chum

This chomchom itself a very popular sweet of Bengali. And this variety of the famous chomchom, even more tasty and delicious all over India.

Chingri Malaikari Chingri Malaikari

Jumbo Prawns are cooked in creamy Coconut gravy, without onion, garlic & tomatoes. This curry is very arometic but mild in taste. This dish should serve with Plain Steamed Rice.