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Rohu fish curry | Fish masala curry | How to make rohu fish curry

Rohu fish curry | Fish masala curry | How to make rohu fish curry

Rohu fish curry aka fish masala curry is a spicy, flavoured Indian fish curry which is very popular in the subcontinents of north and east India. In this preparation, shallow fried rohu fish pieces or any other fleshy fish pieces are simmered in spicy onion-tomato based gravy with some green chillies and coriander leaves. It is mostly relished with hot steamed rice but can also be accompanied by roti.

Begun pora recipe | Begun bhorta | Bengali baingan ka bharta

Begun pora recipe | Begun bhorta | Bengali baingan ka bharta

Begun pora recipe aka begun bhorta is a classic Bengali recipe which is immensely popular among Bengalis. In this preparation, subtle fried eggplant pieces are dunked in mildly spicy sweet and tangy yogurt-based gravy. It is mostly relished with plain rice or flatbread like roti, parotta or luchi.

Egg Chettinad gravy | Chettinad Egg curry recipe | South Indian Egg curry recipe

Egg Chettinad gravy | Chettinad Egg curry recipe | South Indian Egg curry recipe

Egg Chettinad gravy aka Chettinad egg curry recipe is a classic south Indian egg curry recipe which is originated in Tamil Nadu. It is hugely popular in the subcontinents of India for its fiery taste and supreme flavour. In this preparation, hard-boiled eggs are fried and then cooked in spicy onion gravy with homemade masala prepared with roasted ground spices and coconut. This is a versatile lip-smacking dish which can be served with dosa, plain rice, parathas and other flatbreads.

Phulkopir bora| Fulkopir bora | Cauliflower pakoda

Phulkopir bora| Fulkopir bora | Cauliflower pakoda

Phulkopir bora aka fulkopir bora is a pure Bengali delicacy which is prepared in almost every Bengali house, mostly during winter and monsoon. This scrumptious and comforting recipe for pakoda is vastly popular in the subcontinents of eastern India. It has got the perfect bite of crispiness with a punchy flavour of coriander leaves. In this preparation, medium cauliflower florets are blanched and dried, and then further dipped in a mildly spicy batter prepared with all-purpose flour, rice flour and gram flour and are then deep fried in oil. Fulkopi bora recipe is a perfect companion for evening snacks with a cup of tea and a perfect side with dal, rice and ghee.

Masala papads | Masala papad | How to make masala papad | Masala papar

Masala papads | Masala papad | How to make masala papad | Masala papar

Masala papar aka masala papad recipe is a popular vegan Indian snacks recipe. It's crispy, spicy and tangy in taste and is loaded with flavors. It is a super easy-to-make, quick and fuss-free recipe. In this preparation, roasted or fried papad is topped with masala which is prepared by mixing onion, tomatoes, coriander leaves, green chillies, lemon juice, sev and some spices. Masala papads is a healthy, nutritious and luscious Indian street food which can be served as an appetizer or tea-time snack. It could be a perfect option for sudden guests.

Kumro chingri | Misti kumro recipe | misti kumro diye chingri

Kumro chingri | Misti kumro recipe | misti kumro diye chingri

Kumro chingri aka misti kumro diye chingri is a popular misti kumro recipe. It is a comforting seasonal prawn curry which is regularly prepared in Bengali houses when pumpkin is easily available in the market. In this preparation, fried prawns are cooked with pumpkin aka misti kumro chunks, potato chunks and ginger in some Bengali spices. This Bengali delicacy is relished with steamed rice and sometimes with roti.

Aloo pakoda | Aloo pakora recipe | Potato pakora

Aloo pakoda | Aloo pakora recipe | Potato pakora

Aloo pakora aka aloo pakoda recipe is a delectable crispy delight where tender and moist potato slice lies within the spicy and crunchy gram flour coating. It is one of the immensely popular and beloved Indian snacks recipes which is sold all over India by street food vendors at chaat centres, pakoda stalls etc. In this preparation, thin potato slices are made and are washed and dried, and then further dipped in spicy gram flour batter and deep fried in oil. Potato pakora is mostly accompanied as an appetizer or afternoon snack with some green chutney or tomato ketchup along with a cup of hot tea.

Bori diye macher jhol | Rui macher jhol  | Macher patla jhol

Bori diye macher jhol | Rui macher jhol  | Macher patla jhol

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

Chicken chow mein recipe Bengali | Kolkata chowmein | Chow mein kolkata

Chicken chow mein recipe Bengali | Kolkata chowmein | Chow mein kolkata

Chicken chow mein recipe Bengali aka Kolkata chowmein is the most scrumptious and beloved street food of Kolkata. In this preparation, crispy and flavoured chicken pieces are stir-fried with boiled noodles, veggies in some specific sauces and spices. There is no fixed timing to have this tempting delight, but it is mostly served as an evening snack. Chow mein kolkata is considered one of the most served Bengali snack recipe during Durga puja. Durga puja without grabbing a plate of freshly prepared piping hot chow mein in hand and chit chat with friends is incomplete.

Chicken dak bunglow | Chicken dak bungalow recipe | Dak bungalow chicken

Chicken dak bunglow | Chicken dak bungalow recipe | Dak bungalow chicken

Chicken dak bunglow aka chicken dak bungalow is a simple and comforting chicken curry prepared using minimal ingredients. The addition of boiled and fried eggs and potato chunks is the speciality of this recipe. It is not a classic recipe but one of the most popular chicken curries in India. In this preparation, chicken pieces are marinated and then cooked in lightly spicy onion tomato gravy. Dak bungalow chicken is mostly relished with steamed rice or roti.

Ilish macher matha diye lau ghonto | Macher matha diye lau ghonto

Ilish macher matha diye lau ghonto | Macher matha diye lau ghonto

Ilish macher matha diye Lau ghonto aka macher matha diye Lau ghonto is a Bengali delicacy and one of the most popular traditional Bengali food. It is known for its subtle taste, texture and unbeatable flavour. It 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 fish heads with minimal spices. It is mostly relished as a side with hot steamed rice.

Aar macher Kalia | Aar macher recipe | Fish Kalia

Aar macher Kalia | Aar macher recipe | Fish Kalia

Aar macher kalia or fish kalia is an inimitable Bengali recipe of fish which is immensely popular in Bengal and the subcontinents of East India. Any Bengali wedding ceremony is incomplete without Fish Kalia. It is known for its exemplary taste, texture and flavour. In this preparation, fried fish chunks are simmered in spicy onion-tomato gravy. This flavoured delight is mostly relished with steamed Basmati rice.

Bhaja moong dal | Bengali moong dal recipe | Bhaja muger dal

Bhaja moong dal | Bengali moong dal recipe | Bhaja muger dal

Bhaja moong dal aka bhaja muger dal is a scrumptious, comforting and flavoured Bengali moong dal recipe 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 moong dal aka yellow lentils are boiled till al dente and then cooked with vegetables and some specific spices. It is an asset of Bengali cuisine which is frequently prepared in every Bengali household, especially during Durga puja and winter season. This bhaja moong dal recipe is mostly relished with plain rice along with jhuri aloo bhaja, begun bhaja etc.

Begun posto | Bengali brinjal recipe | Posto recipe Bengali

Begun posto | Bengali brinjal recipe | Posto recipe Bengali

Begun posto is one of the most salivating Bengali veg recipe which is renowned for its extraordinary flavour and irresistible taste. It is hugely popular among Bengalis all over the world. In this preparation, subtle fried eggplant pieces are dunked in mildly spicy poppy seeds-yogurt gravy. This bengali brinjal recipe is a versatile dish and can be relished with plain rice or flat bread like roti, parotta or luchi.

Pani puri ki puri recipe | Golgappa puri recipe | How to make pani puri ki puri

Pani puri ki puri recipe | Golgappa puri recipe | How to make pani puri ki puri

Pani puri ki puri recipe aka golgappa puri recipe is one of the most essential components of many Chaat recipes. It is small crispy-flaky, puffy round bread which adds a supreme crunch and unbeatable taste to chaat recipes like pani puri, dahi puri, masala puri etc. Pani puri ki puri is prepared with the dough of semolina, all-purpose flour, baking soda and water. This dough is rolled out thin and cut into small discs and then deep fried on the higher side of the flame. Golgappa puri can also be accompanied by a cup of tea as evening snacks.

Ilish mach bhaja | Hilsa fish fry

Ilish mach bhaja | Hilsa fish fry

Ilish mach bhaja is a pure Bengali delicacy and one of the most popular and beloved hilsa fish recipe which is frequently prepared in every Bengali house. Bengalis love mach bhaja and ilish maach bhaja always takes a special place in every Bengali’s heart. In this preparation, fresh hilsa fish slices are marinated with salt and turmeric powder and fried in mustard oil till crispy. The pleasure of having a plate of hot steamed rice with a drizzle of fish fried oil, along with ilish mach bhaja, a pinch of salt and green chilli can’t be expressed through words. Ilish mach bhaja is a signature dish which has been filling immense pleasure and comfort in every Bengali’s life since ages.

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.

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