Beguni or eggplant fritters are longitudinally cut slices of eggplant dipped in a batter of Bengal gram flour with salt and turmeric, and then deep fried in oil.
Ilish is an oily fish rich in essential fatty acids(omega 3 fatty acids), it helps in decreasing cholesterol and insulin levels. This recipe is really tasty, you should adjust the spice to your taste.
Ilish, also spelled Elish, is a popular fish in Bengal and Orissa, the national fish of Bangladesh. Doi Ilish gives a sour & spicy taste to the already tasty Ilish. This recipe is very easy to prepare.
Ilish is one of most popular fishes of Bengal, being a seasonal fish it is relished all throughout the season in all possible variations. This fried recipe is a hard-core favourite side dish for rice & khichudi.
Chicken Kasha is an authentic Bengali side dish, the term kasha is derived from the fact that the dish has very thick gravy.
Aam ki chutney is a very famous desert in Eastern India made from raw mangoes and other spices along with sugar making the chutney sweet ans well as tangy. Papod— (papad), a type of wafer, thin and flaky is a usual accompaniment to the chutneys
Tok Dal is a famous cuisine of Eastern India where the dal is prepared with green mango to give it a sour/khatta taste. The lentil used is masoor dal and it is cooked with green mango and it tastes great with steaming hot rice.
Ghugni is an evening snack in Eastern India prepared from dried yellow peas or dried white peas is cooked with gravy, in the traditional eastern Indian style.
Traditionally this Mango Sweet & Sour Chutney is used to get relief in summer time. This is served with any kind of meal. Enjoy its Sweet, Sour & Spice taste.
Chicken Curry is a very common dish in India. Its main ingredients are chicken & curry. Curry is made from onion, ginger, garlic & tomato puree mainly.
The Bengali traditional dish Mutton kasha is very spicy, delicious & mouth-watering. This recipe is quite simple to cook.
Moong Dal with Katla (Catla) fish’s head, is a well known traditional Bengali Recipe. The combination is a favourite to all Bengalis.