Bengali cuisine has a host of non-vegetarian recipes that chicken-lovers would thoroughly enjoy.
Bengalii Recipes: The cuisine of Bengal is as rich and distinct as the state itselfWe bring to you the best of Bengal. Bengali cuisine is a blend of sweet and spicy flavours. The delicate balance ...
From doi maach, posto chicken, Kolkata biryani to rolls and robust maccher jhol, each dish is better than the previous, so much that you won't just stop at one bite.
If you are a fan of mutton, then this is the recipe for you. Mutton rezala is a creamy mutton curry that tastes delicious!
If you plan to have an intimate get-together at home to celebrate the festival, you must try these fantastic Durga Puja recipes that will definitely impress your friends and family.
Basanti Pulao recipe: Also known as Holud Pulao and Mishti Pulao, this golden rice is the highlight of Bengali festivals and special occasions.
Bengali doi paneer: Here we have a detailed recipe of doi paneer that will help you make this Bengali paneer easily in the comfort of your home.
Hilsa or Ilish or Tenualosa ilisha is possibly the most popular fish from Bengal. Related to the Herring family, the fish is not only consumed in the Indian subcontinent, but also extensively consumed in Myanmar, ...
The term "bhorta" in Chattagram, Bangladesh, refers to an array of mashed dishes, which are eaten with rice. It wasn't till the last decade or so when the humble bhorta was noted.
Chana dal poori paired with aloo tuk is a popular Bengali breakfast meal. Make it at home with this easy recipe.