Blog Posts - Bengali Recipes



The One Where You Deliberately Burn The Food. Eggplant and Peas Char.

   This year has been a record year for eggplant at out house. This Spring we put in 4 different varieties and all of them have been putting on quite the show since Summer kicked into gear. Japanese Eggplant, Classic Globes, Thai, and India...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Aug 23, 2016

Khejur Gur Er Rosogolla

Though ‪Rosogolla‬ a.k.a ‪‎Rasgulla‬ requires no further introduction but in case you are not much aware of ‪‎Khejur‬ ‪Gur‬ Er Rosogolla (a winter delicacy) or not able to find it in nearby Sweet Shop in this season but available...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Oct 6, 2015

20 Bengali Dishes to Try Before You Die!

Durga Pooja is nearby and Bongs are all set to celebrate the Pooja with their prayers and obviously with good food. Though available in Bengali specialty Restaurants but these Bong recipes can be tried at home this Dugra Pooja or anytime you wish to...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Oct 1, 2015

Bengali Chicken Stew: A Bowl Full of Health

What if your pint-sized little one declared to not to have anything but Chicken! What if that creäture is only 2 years old and what if that little pumpkin has really strong taste bud! I don’t know about you but here “YOU” is actually me and...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Sep 21, 2015

Kochu Saag er Ghonto ( Mashed Taro Leave Curry)

by Debjanir Rannaghar on Sep 16, 2015

Doi Ilish

Ilish a.k.a Hilsa possesses a special place in Bengali’s palate and that is irrespective of the Bangal Ghati divide and this is not because of the royal taste of Ilish Maach (Hilsa Fish) but also for the easy making processes involve with Hilsa. Th...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jul 18, 2015

Masoor Daler Patla Khichuri aar Ilish Mach Bhaja

After almost 3 months of vigorous planning we finally shifted our base to Kolkata from Gurgaon and City of Joy welcomed us with the droplets of Monsoon! From last few days we were happily having outside food and finally after managing the unpacking a...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jul 9, 2015

Bhetki Macher Paturi

We visited C R Park last Saturday to pick some bong fishes as we do once in a month. Our Saturday visit was a bit special this time since it was  our last visit there before shifting to Kolkata next week. Hubby opted an overseas assignment and I...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jun 23, 2015

Kolkata Style Egg Roll

After a super hectic Week I was not in a mood to cook last night and was almost planning to order something from outside! I was craving for something typically Bengali and asked Mehebub “ei kotodin Egg Roll khaini 😎 ” (have not had Egg Roll lo...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jun 12, 2015

Aloo Potol Diye Macher Jhol

My todays recipe is a signature bong dish Aloo Potol diye Macher Jhol which is a runny fish curry prepared along with Potatoes and Pointed Gourd and for me it is a comfort food in summer along with rice. Bengalis are inseparable from their bowl of M...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jun 5, 2015

Gohona Bori or Naksha Bori: A Rare Food Art from the State of West Bengal

Few days back I found a book named “Culinary Culture in Colonial India: A Cosmopolitan Platter and the Middle Class” by Dr Utsa Ray in an Online portal while searching for books on history of Indian cuisine and purchased that just out of curiosi...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on May 25, 2015

Shahi Paneer Korma as part of Saturday’s No Non-Veg Dinner!

Shahi Paneer Korma a.k.a Mughlai Paneer Korma is one of the common dishes prepared with Paneer or Cottage Cheese and a restaurant favourite. This is actually a Mughlai Paneer dish  prepared in white rich gravy of Boiled Onions, Cashew nut and Poppy...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on May 16, 2015

Robibarer Murgir Jhol from my Mother’s Kitchen!

I don’t consider myself a cooking expert! I just try to learn from different people how they cook; what they cook; their process of cooking and obviously I try to learn from different books (here by book I meant for the history of different cuisine...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on May 12, 2015

Doi Maach

Doi Maach is a kind of time saviour dish to me….. I prefer to prepare it whenever I feel dog tired and also crave for a bowl full of Fish curry along with my plate of rice especially after returning from office. Apart from this, I prefer to make it...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Apr 29, 2015

Chingri Macher Malaikari

Chingri Macher Malaikari is one of the special dishes for me and is somehow responsible for making me charged to learn about  different food and related processes as much as possible. Chingri Macher Malaikari is a Signature Bengali dish and is the f...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Apr 25, 2015

Kacha Aam er Ambol

After three years of food blogging and around 100 posts (which is quite low as compared to the time) now I am confused about the typicality of my blog…. Actually this is what one my university senior Dr Sourya Das was asking few days back…”So m...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Apr 19, 2015

Diwali Recipes – MALPUA a famous Bengali Sweet for this diwali

First of all Wish you a bright and delicious Diwali this year from diwali wishes messages images family. With the crackling sounds of crackers and light of Diwali lamps it is also important to make some sweet dishes in Diwali to fill the sweetness in...
by Diwali Wishes messages 2014 on Oct 22, 2014

Durga Puja Recipes- Rava Fried Fish |Besan ke Ladoo|Full hd video

Durga Puja Recipes- |Rava Fried Fish|Home Made Recepies : Finally The time is coming day by day to enjoy Durga Puja and eat one of the Bengalis Favourites Food Besan ke Ladoo and Rava Fried Fish . Everyone Surely Knows that Bengalis are fou...
by Dur on Sep 24, 2014

Restaurant Review: Country Inn & Suites, Gurgaon

During one of my recent stay in a hotel in Gurgaon where my husband was staying for over 2 weeks already (for work) I had the opportunity to enter the professional kitchen and… Continue reading →...
by Veggie Zest on Aug 4, 2014

Ranga Aloo-r Pantua: Sweet Potato Dumplings in Syrup and a Giveaway

    April brings showers, but in my heart, April also brings in sweet nostalgia of Poila Boishak or Bengali New Year. The smell of new clothes, the rolled calendars that the shopkeepers hand out as it marks the beginning of their financial...
by eCurry on Apr 9, 2014


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