Janmastami

Niramish Alur Dum

Niramish Alur Dum

<b>Aloor Dom</b> is originally from Kashmiri Cuisine. <b>Aloor Dom</b> is cooked with small new potatoes along with green peas and other spices. In Non-Bengali cuisines, they usually use onion and garlic, but In Bengali cuisine, we do not use onion and garlic.

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.

Durga Puja

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

<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.

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.

Rosogolla

Rosogolla

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

Diwali

Gajar Ka Halwa

Gajar Ka Halwa

Gajar Ka Halwa is made by placing grated carrot in a pot containing a specific amount of water, milk and sugar and then cooking while stirring regularly.

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.

Ratha-Yatra

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.

Malai Kulfi

Malai Kulfi

Malai Kulfi is Indian frozen dairy dessert. Some time it is called as Indian Ice-cream.

Jamai Sasthi

Rui Posto

Rui Posto

Fried Rohu Fish Cooked In Sauce Made With Onion, Tomato &amp; Poppyseed Paste. Any sweet water fish for making this dish. Like Rohu, Katla, Mrigel or even Tilapia. <b>Rui Posto</b> is equally famous Fish item of Ghoti bari. Serve with steamy hot rice, and it tastes lip smacking good.

Shukto

Shukto

<b>Shukto</b> is a traditional bengali dish, which is a part of a full course bengali meal. <b>Shukto</b> should be served at the beginning of the menu. It is a combination of sweet and bitter in taste. Different types of vegetables are used in this recipe.

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.

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.

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.

Nolen Gurer Rosogolla

Nolen Gurer Rosogolla

So finally winter is here. A for a bong winter means 'Nolen Gur', 'pithe puli', gurer payesh', 'Gurer sondesh/rosogolla'. But in outside of West Bengal these treats are always out fo your reach. Though you can get Bengali Sweets in other states of India, but Gur or Date palm jaggery is may be your dream. In Hyderabad, Gangura, the famous bengali sweet shop of Kolkata brings you good Winter sweets, but it's very far from our house.

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.

Nolen Gurer Rosogolla

Nolen Gurer Rosogolla

So finally winter is here. A for a bong winter means 'Nolen Gur', 'pithe puli', gurer payesh', 'Gurer sondesh/rosogolla'. But in outside of West Bengal these treats are always out fo your reach. Though you can get Bengali Sweets in other states of India, but Gur or Date palm jaggery is may be your dream. In Hyderabad, Gangura, the famous bengali sweet shop of Kolkata brings you good Winter sweets, but it's very far from our house.

Raksha Bandhan

Veg Potato Curry & Lentil Stuffed Puri

Veg Potato Curry & Lentil Stuffed Puri

Today I was determined to share this awesome 'Dalpuri Torkari' recipe with you. This 'Alu torkari' is without onion & garlic and little spicy in taste.

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