About Shukto Recipe: This bitter sweet medley of vegetables makes an appearance at every Bengali festivity. It's the first thing that gets wiped off the plate and is usually served with rice.
The Traditional Bengali New Year or as Bengalis like to call it Pohela Boishakh or Nobo Borsho. Here are 10 Bengali desserts you can celebrate the occasion with.
Pohela Boishakh sees a lavish spread of authentic meals and swoon-worthy desserts, for the whole family to enjoy the day.
From irresistible mochar chop (plantain flower cutlet), to kumro phul bhaaja (pumpkin flower fritters), to daab chingri (jumbo prawn in green coconut), mutton and a variety of lip-smacking traditional desserts like misti doi (sweet yoghurt) ...
In mid-April, the people of Bengal, a region straddling Bangladesh and parts of India, including my hometown in West Bengal, celebrate the Bengali New Year.
Pohela Boishakh is a grand affair in which people enjoy lavish traditional meals and attend local fairs and cultural festivities
Kolkata, the city which is home to many famous culinary joints for years together, is now witnessing a sea of change in the art of making sweets.