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Owner: bhalokhabo

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Language: English

Tags: Home Cooking, Bread, Indian Recipes, Fish Recipes, Appetizers

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Latest Blog Posts for Bhalo Khabo

  • Chicken Walnut Sandwich/Salad
    on Jun 29, 2011 in Tiffin/Snack Bread
    During the hot summer days this Chicken Walnut Sandwich/Salad comes as a refreshing crunchy snack. I typically like it as a Sandwich but this can also be served on a bed of lettuce as a healthy and flavorful salad. This Chicken Walnut Sandwich/Salad...
  • Pui Shaak/Saag Chorchori
    on Apr 21, 2011 in Bengali Traditional
    Pui Shaak /Pohi Saag/Malabar Spinach chorchori, is a medley of vegetables and Fish Head (Ilish/Hilsa macher matha) or Shrimps(Chingri Mach). Even though we love to eat this Chorchori, we seldom get Pui Shaak in stores here. But this time when I got f...
  • Kolkatar Egg Roll & More AwardsKolkata is famous for a variety of street foods, one of them being Egg Roll. Tomorrow is Bengali New Year and I wish all my dear friends and family a very Happy and Prosperous Year ahead. For celebrating Bengali New Year I thought of sharing the famo...
  • Chital Macher Muithya (Fish Dumplings)
    on Apr 5, 2011 in Bengali Traditional Bengali Fish
    Chital Macher Muithya (Fish Dumplings) is an exotic preparation among the Bangals (People of East Bengal). Since my husband is a Ghoti (Native of West Bengal) and I being a Bangal we often argue about the differences and have fun... While growing up...
  • Chital Macher Muitha (Fish Dumplings)
    on Apr 5, 2011 in Bengali Traditional Bengali Fish
    Chital Macher Muitha (Fish Dumplings) is an exotic preparation among the Bangals (People of East Bengal). Since my husband is a Ghoti (Native of West Bengal) and I being a Bangal we often argue about the differences and have fun... While growing up m...
  • Koraishutir Kochuri and Aloor DumKoraishutir Kochuri (Peas Kochuri) is one of Winter favorites. Even though its now officially Spring, temperatures are still below 0F so I thought of treating us with this seasonal delicacy Koraishutir Kochuri and Aloor Dum. This is Peas stuffed deep...
  • Malpua
    on Mar 17, 2011 in Bengali Desserts
    Holi, the festival of colors is the most fun festival in India. As we are far away from our loved and dear ones, and its been years I have played with colors on this special day, I miss Holi. So to enjoy this day I decided to make the Bengali sweet,...
  • Doi Rui (American Carp)
    on Mar 16, 2011 in Bengali Traditional Bengali Fish
    Doi Rui, is another favorite of Bengali's. My mom, and aunts used to make this Bengali delicacy on special occasions. This recipe is curd or yogurt based, and the taste is a little sweet. Ingredients: Doi Rui6 Rui/American Carp Pieces1 large Onion P...
  • Doi Rui
    on Mar 16, 2011 in Bengali Traditional Bengali Fish
    Doi Rui, is another favorite of Bengali's. My mom, and aunts used to make this Bengali delicacy on special occasions. This recipe is curd or yogurt based, and the taste is a little sweet. Ingredients: Doi Rui6 Rui/American Carp Pieces1 large Onion P...
  • Aloo Tikki Chole Chaat
    on Mar 15, 2011 in Tiffin/Snack Appetizers
    Chaat, is definitely the national snack of India, a traditional street food and something which all Indians are always home sick about. Any form of Chaat is full of flavor, sweet, tangy, spicy, salty, crunchy, soft, topped with cold yogurt and variou...
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