Janmastami

Bengali Kheer Malpua

Bengali Kheer Malpua

<b>Malpua or Malpoa</b> is one of the easy to make pithas(Bengali sweet dish).Usually <b>Malpoa or Malpua</b> is a North & East Indian delicacy, in UP, Bihar, Odisa West Bengal these <b>Malpoa or Malpua</b> is pretty famous as festival sweet. It is almost like making pan cakes only deep fried.

Payesh

Payesh

In Bengali culture, people says,Payesh is the best sweet item to celebrate any good news. Such as birthdays, anniversary, rice ceremony, marriages or even for the baby showers. And for the worship to the God, Payesh is the must Bhog item to be offered.

Raksha Bandhan

Kalakand

Kalakand

Take a microwave safe square glass/aluminum pan, add ricotta cheese, condensed milk, crushed cardamom seeds and mix with a hand manual beater. Mix well and make sure there

Bengali Style Dum Aloo | Bengali Aloo Dum Recipe

Bengali Style Dum Aloo | Bengali Aloo Dum Recipe

Aloor dom or Dum aloo is a delicious dish, where baby potatoes are slow cooked (which is called Dum or Dom) in thick creamy gravy. In Bengali cuisine, there are many versions of Aloor dom. This is no onion garlic version.

Durga Puja

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

Rosogolla

Rosogolla

"Rosogolla", this name does not need any introduction. Every Indian well known about this soft, melt in mouth sweet.

Vijaya Dashami

Kucho Nimki

Kucho Nimki

"Kucho Nimki" Or "Namak Para" is a very popular Bengali snacks for tea. "Kucho Nimki" is a diamond shaped pastry seasoned with salt and kalonji.

Bengali Mutton Curry

Bengali Mutton Curry

In every Bengali have this "Mutton Curry" on the last day of "Durga Puja", that is called "Bijoya Dashami". Because most of the Bengali do not eat non-veg during the 4 days of "Durga Puja". So we break our vegetarian meal tradition on the last day of the "Durga Puja". This is my mom's recipe, and she only cooked today's "Mutton Curry".

Diwali

Misti Singara

Misti Singara

This is the sweet version of our regular Singara or Samosa, stuffed with khoya mixture and deep fried and dunked into thick sugar syrup.

Jeelipi

Jeelipi

Jalebi or Jeelipi is a very popular Indian sweet. It can be served cold or hot. It is made by deep frying a batter in pretzel or circular shape and soaked into sugar syrup.

Ratha-Yatra

Boondi

Boondi

This sweet actually looks like drops Or Boond in Hindi. That is why it is called Boondi. Boondi is made with Bengali gram batter or Chikpea batter. Bengali occasional breakfast is incomplete without "Bonde & Luchi"/"Boondi & Puri".

Aam Panna

Aam Panna

<b>Aam Panna</b> is a great summer cooler from Bengal and with it's wonderful taste gives much needed coolness to your body.

Jamai Sasthi

Ilish Macher Paturi

Ilish Macher Paturi

Ilish Macher Paturi is a typical Bengali dish. In this recipe Hilsa/Ilish fish steaks are marinated with ground spices and then wrapped in oily Kumro/Pumpkin or Banana leaf, and then roasted in nonstick pan or may be deep fried.

Macher Chop

Macher Chop

The meat/fish itself is cooked with spices - onion, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, coriander (cilantro), green chillies, lemon and salt. This is then dipped in an egg mix and then in breadcrumbs, and fried in ghee or vegetable oil.

Poila Boishakh

Tel Koi

Tel Koi

This recipe is a very popular Bengali "Koi Fish" recipe in a rich, thick, spicy only Mustard Oil based recipe, which should be served with Plain Steamed Rice as Lunch. This recipe does not come in a regular lunch menu, but for the guests, this is a very good item for lunch.

Labanga Latika

Labanga Latika

Lobongo Lotika is a traditional Bengali Sweet. This sweet can be stored for a long time.

Poila Boishakh

Tel Koi

Tel Koi

This recipe is a very popular Bengali "Koi Fish" recipe in a rich, thick, spicy only Mustard Oil based recipe, which should be served with Plain Steamed Rice as Lunch. This recipe does not come in a regular lunch menu, but for the guests, this is a very good item for lunch.

Labanga Latika

Labanga Latika

Lobongo Lotika is a traditional Bengali Sweet. This sweet can be stored for a long time.

Poush Parbon

Jolbhora Taalsans Sandesh

Jolbhora Taalsans Sandesh

Jalbhora Taalsans sandesh is a famous variety of Bengali sandesh, where liquid jaggery is hidden inside the taalsans shaped sandesh.

Kalo Jaam

Kalo Jaam

Kalo jaam or kala jamun is a popular cheese-based dessert, similar to a dumpling, popular in countries of the Indian Subcontinent such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.