About Luchi Recipe: Luchi is a deep fried Indian yeast free flatbread which gets puffed up during frying, very similar to poori. It is a popular breakfast staple in Bangladesh and in Indian states like ...
About Dimer Dhokkar Dalna And Luchi Recipe: A local Bengal delicacy of steamed egg and potato cake in curry with lucchi.
About Matar Luchi Recipe: Small balls of peas and masalas stuffed in dough and deep fried.
A Bengali style flat bread, Luchi is made with refined flour mixed with clarified butter and deep fried golden.
Slightly flaky from outside and soft from inside, luchi makes a popular breakfast item among Bengalis, when accompanied by sada aloo torkari (potato curry).
Ask any Bengali to define luchi and cholar dal, the only answer you will get is bliss. Here bring detailed recipes of this ultimate breakfast combo.
Soft, stuffed puris, Radha Ballavi is nothing but stuffed luchi yet quite different from the traditional luchi recipe.
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.
From piping hot luchis and khichdi with a Bengali twist to lip-smacking fish dishes, foodies are spoilt for choice during the five-day Durga Puja, which seems incomplete without community feasts. And, yes, there is no ...
So what should you be eating during Durga Puja? There is no definite answer, because technically we eat just about everything, but then again there are a few things that become almost imperative.
While my grandmothers wing woman always cooked the other dishes, she would take personal interest to make sure that the dal was nothing short of perfect.
Maida Recipes: Find here the best of maida recipes that you ca prepare at home easily. From pancakes, momos to luchi and namak pare,we've got it all along with key ingredients and a step by ...
Chana dal and luchi, a close cousin of puri, is one of Bengals most beloved breakfast combinations. Warm, comforting and utterly delectable, chana dal is a must-try.