Capsicum Paneer Masala (Indian Cottage Cheese with Capsicum)

This very popular paneer preparation can be found in any restaurant menu. It is very tasty and easy to cook and can be prepared with very few ingredients. Here goes the recipe… Ingredients: Paneer / Indian Cottage Cheese – 250 gms (Cut into 1”x1” cubes) Onion – 1 (Petals of 1 onion) Capsicum – 1… Continue reading Capsicum Paneer Masala (Indian Cottage Cheese with Capsicum)

Niramish Mangsho or Bhoger Mangsho (Mutton Curry without Onion-Garlic)

Normally we cook mutton with onion, garlic, tomato and ginger paste for preparing ‘Mangser Jhol’ or Bengali Mutton Curry. But in Bengali cuisine there is a mutton curry that is cooked without onion-garlic. Normally it is prepared to offer as ‘Bhog’ to Goddess Kali and hence named as ‘Bhoger Mangsho’. As we consider onion and… Continue reading Niramish Mangsho or Bhoger Mangsho (Mutton Curry without Onion-Garlic)

Uttapam (A Traditional Breakfast recipe from South India)

I prepare Uttapam quite often for our breakfast. There are different types of Uttapam that I prepare. Earlier I have shared the recipe of Rava Uttapam. Today I am sharing a very quick and easy mini Uttapam recipe. Here I use rice flour to prepare the batter. Traditionally idli rice is soaked for few hours… Continue reading Uttapam (A Traditional Breakfast recipe from South India)

Ragi Urad Dal Dosa (Finger Millet and Split Black Gram Dosa)

I love South Indian food specially for breakfast. As they are wholesome. This is a instant dosa recipe with goodness of Ragi (finger millet) which is helpful is reducing bood sugar level. Normally I soak urad dal for 2 hours in the morning but if you want to ferment it, leave the batter for overnight… Continue reading Ragi Urad Dal Dosa (Finger Millet and Split Black Gram Dosa)

Litti-Chokha-Tamatar Chutney (A traditional dish from Bihar)

‘Litti’-Chokha’ is a very popular dish from rural Bihar-Jharkhand. ‘Chatu’ or ‘Sattu’ (roasted gram flour) is a staple in their daily cusine. ‘Sattu’ is not only nutritious but gives energy in your body. It also cools down our body. Many take ‘Chatur Sorbot’ during summer. I have shared ‘Baked Litti Chokha’ recipe few years back… Continue reading Litti-Chokha-Tamatar Chutney (A traditional dish from Bihar)

Baked Keema Kachori (Baked Puff Pastry with Minced Mutton Stuffing)

‘Kachori’s are mostly lentil stuffed fried Indian breads popular in Rajasthan and northern part of India. I have shared different ‘Kachori’ recipes like ‘Pyaaz Kachori’, ‘Aloo Kachori’, ‘Club Kachori’, ‘Matar Kachori’, ‘Aloo Kachori’. These are all Vegetarian recipes. The non-veg kachoris are famous in Bengal like ‘Macher Kochuri’ or ‘Fish Kachori’ and ‘Mangsher Kochuri’ or… Continue reading Baked Keema Kachori (Baked Puff Pastry with Minced Mutton Stuffing)