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Taler bora | Taal er bora | Taler pitha

Taler bora | Taal er bora | Taler pitha

Taler bora aka taler pitha is one of the most popular Bengali pitha recipes which is prepared in Bengali houses during the Janmashtami festival. Taal er bora is hugely popular in Bangladesh, West Bengal and Odisha. The fritters have the perfect outer crisp and are tender from the centre with a sweet taste and the amazing flavour of sugar palm and coconut. In this preparation, palm pulp is extracted from sugar palm. A batter is prepared with this extract, all-purpose flour, rice flour, grated coconut, sugar and then small portions of it are deep-fried till golden brown in colour. It is mostly served as snacks with tea but can be relished at any time of the day whenever hunger calls.

Dimer kosha | Egg kosha | Dim kosha recipe | Bengali egg curry recipe

Dimer kosha | Egg kosha | Dim kosha recipe | Bengali egg curry recipe

Dimer kosha aka egg kosha is a scrumptious, spicy and flavored Bengali egg curry which is crazily popular among Bengalis. In this preparation, hard-boiled eggs are marinated, fried and then cooked in onion-tomato gravy with some specific spices. This versatile dim kosha recipe is an asset of Bengali cuisine which is frequently prepared in every Bengali household. It tastes best with basanti pulao or luchi ( Bengali fried flat bread) but can be relished with steamed rice, roti or paratha. It could be a perfect addition to your lunch or dinner during busy working days.

Puti macher jhal | Puti macher recipe |Puti macher recipe Bengali |Bengali recipe of small fish

Puti macher jhal | Puti macher recipe |Puti macher recipe Bengali |Bengali recipe of small fish

Puti macher jhal is a Bengali delicacy and a comforting small fish curry. It is one of the most frequently prepared Bengali recipe of fish in almost every Bengali house. This puti macher recipe is very popular in Bangladesh, West Bengal and Orissa. In this preparation, fried fishes are simmered in spicy onion-tomato gravy with some green chillies and coriander leaves. This scrumptious Bengali recipe fish is always relished with hot steamed rice.

Methi na gota | Methi gota recipe | Methi ka gota | How to make methi gota

Methi na gota | Methi gota recipe | Methi ka gota | How to make methi gota

Methi na gota aka methi na bhajiya is a hugely popular traditional Gujarati snacks recipe. It is prepared in almost every Gujarati house, especially when fresh methi leaves are easily available. You can even find this delight in shops that sell farsan aka Gujarati snacks items. Methi gota recipe is basically a flavoured, slightly sweet and spicy Gujarati gota recipe, which is crispy from the outside and is soft, spongy & fluffy texture inside. In this preparation, finely chopped fresh methi leaves (fenugreek leaves) are amalgamated with besan (Gram flour), some spices, and then deep-fried in small portions till golden brown. It is mostly served as evening snacks with tea but can also be consumed as an appetizer with mint chutney or tomato ketchup and fried green chillies.

Pudina pakoda | Pudina pakora | Mint pakoda | Pudina pakoda recipe

Pudina pakoda | Pudina pakora | Mint pakoda | Pudina pakoda recipe

Pudina pakoda aka mint pakoda is a scrumptiousandcomforting recipe for pakoda which is quite popular in the subcontinents of India. It has got the perfect bite of crisp with refreshing flavour of mint leaves aka pudina. This deep-fried fritter is the amalgamation of chopped mint leaves, chopped coriander leaves,onions, ginger-garlic paste, green chillies, gram flour, rice flour, few spices and seasonings which are mixed and then deep fried in small portions. Pudina pakoda recipe is a perfect companion for evening snacks with a cup of tea and a perfect side with dal, rice and ghee.

Aar macher jhol | Aar macher recipe | Bengali macher jhol recipe

Aar macher jhol | Aar macher recipe | Bengali macher jhol recipe

Aar macher jhol is a subtle and comforting Bengali macher jhol aka bengali fish curry. It is a pure Bengali delicacy and one of the most frequently prepared aar macher recipe in almost every Bengali house. This macher patla jhol is very popular in Bangladesh, West Bengal and few other subcontinents of India. In this preparation, fried fish slices are cooked with potato chunks, green chillies in mildly spicy tomato gravy. This scrumptious Bengali recipe fish is always relished with hot steamed rice.

Dimer dalna | Dimer jhol | Bengali egg curry

Dimer dalna | Dimer jhol | Bengali egg curry

Dimer dalna aka dimer jhol recipe is a scrumptious, spicy, and flavored Bengali egg curry that is crazily popular among Bengalis. In this preparation, hard-boiled eggs are marinated, fried, and then cooked in onion-tomato gravy with some specific spices. This versatile dimer dalna recipe is an asset of Bengali cuisine which is frequently prepared in every Bengali household. It is mostly relished with steamed rice and sometimes with roti too. It could be a perfect addition to your lunch or dinner during busy working days.

Gujiya recipe | Mawa gujiya recipe | How to make gujiya with khoya

Gujiya recipe | Mawa gujiya recipe | How to make gujiya with khoya

Gujiya recipe aka mawa gujiya is an authentic Indian sweet recipe which has been prepared for ages in northern Indian houses during festivals like Holi and Diwali. This super delectable piece of delight is perfect for spreading sweetness, warmth, comfort and joy during the festive season. It is basically a crescent shaped deep-fried filled pastry and the filling is prepared with mawa aka milk solids, ghee, sugar, dry fruits and a pinch of cardamom powder. There is no fixed time to have this delight. People can grab it from the container and devour it whenever they feel hungry.

Kumro diye macher matha | Misti kumro diye macher matha | Misti kumro recipe | Macher matha diye recipe

Kumro diye macher matha | Misti kumro diye macher matha | Misti kumro recipe | Macher matha diye recipe

Kumro diye macher matha is a popular traditional Bengali food. It is a comforting semi dry curry which is regularly prepared in Bengali houses when pumpkin is easily available in market. In this preparation, pumpkin aka misti kumro chunks are cooked with onion, ginger-garlic, fried fish head in some Bengali spices. This Bengali delicacy is always relished with steamed rice.

Begun bhaja | Baingan bhaja | Begun bhaja bengali recipe | How to make baingan bhaja

Begun bhaja | Baingan bhaja | Begun bhaja bengali recipe | How to make baingan bhaja

Begun bhaja aka baingan bhaja is a pure Bengali delicacy which is prepared in almost every Bengali house. It is one of the most beloved and popular winter special traditional bengali food.Begun bhaja bengali recipe is a tender and juicy savoury delight with thin crispy outer coating where eggplant pieces are marinated with turmeric powder, salt, sugar and then shallow fried or deep fried in mustard oil. It is a versatile dish and can be relished with khichuri, dal-rice or as a side with phulko luchi, paratha or rooti.

Aloo phulkopir dalna | Aloo phulkopir tarkari recipe | Bengali cauliflower potato curry

Aloo phulkopir dalna | Aloo phulkopir tarkari recipe | Bengali cauliflower potato curry

Aloo phulkopir dalna aka aloo phulkopir tarkari recipeis a scrumptious, spicy and flavoured Bengali cauliflower potato curry which is crazily popular among Bengalis. It is a pure niramish recipe, I mean no onion no garlic recipe which is perfect for Bengali vegetarian days and puja days. In this preparation, fried cauliflower florets and potato chunks are cooked in tomato gravy with some peas and specific spices. This versatile niramish tarkari is an asset of Bengali cuisine which is frequently prepared in every Bengali household, especially during Durga puja and winter season. Aloo phulkopir niramish dalna is mostly relished with luchi, paratha, koraishutir kochuri, basanti pulao, khichuri and even with plain rice.

Macher matha diye fulkopi | Macher matha diye recipe | Fish head curry - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Macher matha diye fulkopi | Macher matha diye recipe | Fish head curry - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Macher matha diye fulkopi is a traditional Bengali food which is immensely popular during winter season. It is an exemplary semi dry curry which is regularly prepared in every Bengali house. In this preparation, cauliflower florets and potato chunks are cooked with fried fish head in spicy onion-tomato gravy. This Bengali delicacy is mostly relished with steamed rice.

Shorshe maach | Fish curry with mustard paste | Rui shorshe | Shorshe bata recipe - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Shorshe maach | Fish curry with mustard paste | Rui shorshe | Shorshe bata recipe - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Shorshe maach aka fish curry with mustard paste is a pure Bengali delicacy and one of the most beloved recipes for bengali fish curry which is frequently prepared in every Bengali house. This shorshe bata recipe is a signature comfort dish which fills immense pleasure in every Bengali’s life. In this preparation, fried rui fish or any other big fish slices are cooked in mustard-poppy seeds paste with some tomato and green chillies. It is always accompanied with hot steamed rice.

Lau chingri | Lau chingri recipe bengali | How to make lau chingri | Bottle gourd with prawn - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Lau chingri | Lau chingri recipe bengali | How to make lau chingri | Bottle gourd with prawn - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Lau chingri aka lau chingri recipe Bengali is a Bengali delicacy and one of the most popular traditional Bengali food. It is known for its subtle taste, texture and unbeatable flavour. Lau chingri recipe is a pure comfort dish which is frequently prepared in almost every Bengali house. In this preparation, bottle gourd aka lau is cooked with fried chingri mach aka prawns in minimal spices. It is mostly relished as a side with hot steamed rice.

Phulkopir roast | Niramish phulkopir roast | Bengali style cauliflower roast - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Phulkopir roast | Niramish phulkopir roast | Bengali style cauliflower roast - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Phulkopir roast aka niramish phulkopir roast is a rich, creamy, flavoured and mildly spicy Bengali cauliflower curry which is crazily popular among Bengalis. It is a pure niramish recipe, I mean no onion no garlic recipe. Phulkopir roast recipe is a special dish which is occasionally prepared in every Bengali house during special occasions like Durga puja and other festivals in winter when fresh cauliflower is easily available in the market. Even it is one of the most frequently served dishes in authentic Bengali restaurants and by the caterers. In this preparation, fried cauliflower florets are cooked in cashew-poppy seeds-coconut based gravy with some peas, ghee and Bengali garam masala. It is one of the versatile dishes which can be relished with basanti pulao, plain rice and even with luchi, paratha, roti etc.

Shankarpali recipe | Shankarapali | Shankarpali sweet | How to make shankarpali - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Shankarpali recipe | Shankarapali | Shankarpali sweet | How to make shankarpali - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Shankarapali aka shankarpali recipe is a classic Indian snacks recipe which is frequently prepared in the northern and western Indian houses and sweet shops. These crispy, flaky, sweet and melts-in-mouth pieces of delights are perfect for festive seasons. Whether its Holi or Diwali, shankarpali sweet has always appeared as the most popular snacks recipe for munching anytime and anywhere. It is basically small diamond or square shaped deep-fried crackers recipe prepared with a sweet dough of all-purpose flour, ghee, sugar, milk and a pinch of cardamom powder. It is mostly served as afternoon snacks with a cup of hot tea or simply for munching.

Bengali singara recipe | Bengali samosa recipe | Homemade singara recipe - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Bengali singara recipe | Bengali samosa recipe | Homemade singara recipe - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Bengali singara recipe aka Bengali samosa is an epic savoury street food of Kolkata which is sold in every corner of Bengal, especially in sweet shops. It is considered as one of the most popular vegetarian Bengali snack recipes. It is a no onion no garlic recipe and is hence one of the highly demanding snack recipes during meatless days. In this preparation, potato is cooked with peas and homemade bhaja masala along with few spices and peanuts and is then stuffed in all-purpose flour dough cones and tucked carefully. Then it is deep fried slowly till crispy golden brown. It is always served hot as a snack with chutneys and green chilli pickles.

Paneer pakora recipe | Paneer pakoda recipe | How to make paneer pakoda - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Paneer pakora recipe | Paneer pakoda recipe | How to make paneer pakoda - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Paneer pakora recipe aka paneer pakoda recipe is a delectable crispy delight where tender and moist paneer lies within the spicy and crunchy gram flour coating. It is one of the immensely popular and beloved Indian snacks recipes which is sold in numerous places, starting from the street food vendors to the reputed restaurants. In this preparation, paneer aka Indian cottage cheese pieces are tossed in spices and then dipped in spicy gram flour batter and deep fried in oil. Paneer ke pakore is mostly accompanied as an appetizer or afternoon snack with some green chutney or tomato ketchup along with a cup of hot tea.

Luchi recipe | Bengali luchi recipe | How to make luchi - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Luchi recipe | Bengali luchi recipe | How to make luchi - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Luchi recipe aka Bengali luchi recipe is an exclusive deep-fried puffed bread which is frequently prepared in the subcontinents of east India. These all-purpose flour’s deep-fried mini breads are prepared with only 5 basic ingredients and so easy to make. They are soft, flaky, puffy and melt in mouth. In short, recipe for luchi is the indulgence of comforting and exuberant treat. Durga puja is on its way and the celebration is almost incomplete without this splendid delight. Learn to prepare white, perfectly puffy luchi with step-by-step photos and instructions along with tips and tricks.

Kucho nimki | Kucho nimki recipe bengali | How to make nimki - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Kucho nimki | Kucho nimki recipe bengali | How to make nimki - Rumki's Golden Spoon

Kucho nimki aka kucho nimki recipe Bengali is a pure Bengali delicacy and one of the most popular Bengali snack recipes. It is a traditional recipe which has been prepared from generations to generations, every year in almost every Bengali house during Durga puja. Honestly, kucho nimki recipe does not require any introduction. It is basically small diamond or rhombus shaped deep fried savoury crackers recipe prepared with all-purpose flour, nigella seeds, salt, oil. It is mostly served at tea-time with a cup of hot tea or as a snack for munching.

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