Apple pie

It’s not true that I only make bengali dishes. You would remember that I got an electric oven recently. I can now bake and toast and roast (may be) with it. I wanted to make mixed fruit tart from a long time. Of course, my pressure cooker wouldn’t have let me make it. I was…

Kancha golla

Kancha golla is a sweet commonly found in every sweet shop in Bengal. It’s very similar to a rasogolla. Only difference being its lack of the sugar syrup. Well, there are some more minute differences in preparation, but the tastes are absolutely different. When you live in a place where you crave for good Bengali…

Coconut cookies

I know I said next post would be on mutton meat balls. But couldn’t make it till date. My parents were here. My father has been detected with gall stone. So he avoids oily and spicy food. We restricts ourselves to simple home cooked bengali daily staples. But I have something different. My father bought…

Mango yogurt

The Indian summer can never be complete if you don’t have ripe and juicy mangoes in you kitchen. I love mangoes. Sweet juicy mangoes remind for my childhood days. I feel nostalgic about those summer vacations. My grand mother used to cut these mangoes with the foot knife (“foot knife”… is it the correct word…what…

Prawn masala

Well, it’s time to upload the next. My “Guess Next” quiz did not receive any answer :(. I hope you are reading my blog. Anybody out there. The decapod monster I was referring in previous post was a mere jumbo prawn. I made prawn masala this afternoon. Prawns look great when cooked with shells. They…