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My parents-in-law are here. So I hardly get a chance to get into the kitchen. They are too enthusiastic to make various dishes and feed us. This weekend they wish to celebrate “his” birthday. Though actually it’s on 2nd June. So we have some guests for lunch this weekend. Special dishes to be made of…

Poached egg with toasted brown bread

Saturday breakfast need to be as elaborate as the previous post. You get up late after the Friday late night movie. Feel lazy to cook. Want something simple and quick to make? Here is what I made this morning. Poached egg with toasted brown bread. Mango shake to remember it’s summer. Perfectly poaching an egg…

Idli with sambar and chutney

Indians and also some non-Indian around the world know what Idli is. It’s a south Indian breakfast savoury. Steamed rice and pulse cakes served with pulse soup (sambar) and peanut-coconut dip (chutney). It’s an almost no-oil recipe (except for spoonful oil in the sambar and chutney) and hence is very healthy and filling. Traditionally, it…

Suji Laddu

Often I end up buying various stuffs from the grocery stores with the hope to make various dishes. But my plans never comes true. This is because, I skip breakfast at home. I know it’s bad but I’m too lazy to rectify myself. I rush to office each morning and gobble my breakfast there. And…

Rasogolla

What is the first thing that comes to your when you meet a Bengali? Fish and of course Rasogolla. The world famous sweet for which Bengalis are famous for. Soft and fragrant cottage cheese balls soaked in sugar syrup. Delicious, mouthwatering and one of its kind. This is what the wikipedia says about the origin…