Easy three-ingredient Indian Rice Pudding – yes, that’s what ‘Paayesh’ really is. Continue reading “Noler Gur Series : Part III ~ Paayesh (Rice Pudding)”
Shubho Bijoya and Happy Dussehra! The festive season is very much on. So here is an Indian dessert, the easiest to make, with just two main ingredients. Continue reading “Kalakand ~ Indian dairy-based dessert (and my 50th blog post!)”
One of my personal favorites, this dish is not just special to me but to most Bengalis I know! A flavorful dish with shrimps (or prawns), cauliflower and potatoes! Comfort food, at it’s best.
Continue reading “Shrimp, Cauliflower and Potato Curry ~ Chingri diye Phulkopi”
Here’s a simple, very easy and quick-to-cook Indian potato dish that makes a perfect side. It has no onion and garlic but is still full of flavor! And it’s not a deep-fried recipe.
Continue reading “Potato Fry Indian Style”
This Indian Independence Day, I am presenting a very easy-to-cook, healthy and nutritious Indian favorite ~ Idli, made with ‘rava’ or ‘suji’ or semolina. The orange and green color is all natural and made with grated carrots and fresh coriander paste.
Continue reading “Rava Idli ~ savory Indian semolina cake”