• Poila Boishakh

    Poila Boishakh

  • Poila Boishakh

    Poila Boishakh

Poila Boishakh ( Bengali New Year ), occurring on 14th April, is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in both Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal, and in Bengali communities in the other Indian states, including Assam, Tripura, Jharkhand and Odisha. It coincides with the New Year's Days of numerous Southern Asian calendars.

Chicken Rezala
Chicken Rezala

Chicken Rezala

Chicken Rezala is an authentic Bengali Chicken Curry in white gravy. This dish is only available in Bengal. You can not find only one serving of this dish in outside of Bengal. This dish was invented by the Royal Chef's of Bengal.

Nolen Gurer Payesh
Nolen Gurer Payesh

Nolen Gurer Payesh

Payesh is nothing but Indian style Rice Pudding, made by boiling milk, basmati or any aromatic rice and sugar or jaggery.

Pui Shaker Chorchori
Pui Shaker Chorchori

Pui Shaker Chorchori

Bengalis love Pui shak in stir fry way with eggplant, red pumpkins, potatoes. We serves this stir fried curry with rice & dal in lunch.

Bengali Steamed Prawn
Bengali Steamed Prawn

Bengali Steamed Prawn

Bengali Steamed Prawns is a very easy to make dish, Prawns steamed in Mustard & coconut sauce

Bengali Masoor Dal
Bengali Masoor Dal

Bengali Masoor Dal

Dal is the most usual part of Indian Meal. Bengali meal is also not out of this. But Bengali "Dal" recipe is very much different from the rest of the Indian states' Dal recipe.

Poila Boishakh ( Bengali New Year ), occurring on 14th April, is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in both Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal, and in Bengali communities in the other Indian states, including Assam, Tripura, Jharkhand and Odisha. It coincides with the New Year's Days of numerous Southern Asian calendars.
Bengali Fish Biryani Bengali Fish Biryani

Bengali people love fish. They like fish in any of the dishes. We bongs like fish in any way, such as, in curry, stew, mustard gravy, light curry , in pulao or biryani.

Bengali Chicken Cutlet Bengali Chicken Cutlet

In Indian cuisine, a cutlet specifically refers to cooked meat (mutton, beef, fish or chicken) stuffing that is fried with a batter/covering. The meat itself is cooked with spices - onion, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, coriander (cilantro), green chilies, lemon and salt.