Of bengali breakfast recipes

Quick Bengali Fish Curry with Nigella Seeds

Quick Bengali Fish Curry with Nigella Seeds

So after a hearty breakfast of kochuri, cholar daal, jilipi/jalebi {stuffed fried bread, sweet lentil curry and a dessert}, bought over from the neighbourhood sweet shop and strong milky tea, my father would set off for the nearest bajar/bazar Lansdowne Market carrying with him his big, black umbrella, and several jute bags and one special bag for the fish
Sandesh: Bengali Sweet Recipe

Sandesh: Bengali Sweet Recipe

It is a delicious sweet to be enjoyed with a cup of hot tea at breakfast or as a dessert or to delight their taste buds at any time of the day
Koraishutir Kochuri- Bengali Peas Poori

Koraishutir Kochuri- Bengali Peas Poori

During the early days of starting my blog, I prepared a tawa cooked version of this poori. I prepared these pooris for todays breakfast along with the potato masala
Plum & Limoncello Tart: GBBO Week #6

Plum & Limoncello Tart: GBBO Week #6

Before I start with my review of this week's episode of The Great British Bake Off, you may recognise this tart if you follow my blog as I already posted it back in May
Mangalore Bun / Banana Puri Recipe

Mangalore Bun / Banana Puri Recipe

Though this is called as buns, it is actually sweet poori made with mashed banana and served as breakfast in the Mangalore region of Karnataka
Phulko Luchi: Poori Recipe

Phulko Luchi: Poori Recipe

The big Bengali breakfast could never be big without the wheatish golden fluffy luchi, the Bengali style Indian deep fried flat bread made of wheat flour, alu dum and sandesh that is typical of Bengali cuisine
COLONIAL ANGLO-INDIAN CUISINE AT COCHRANE PLACE KURSEONG

COLONIAL ANGLO-INDIAN CUISINE AT COCHRANE PLACE KURSEONG

To round off all the Hot Food, we stuffed ourselves with decadent Desserts prepared by Sohini Basu and her two talented assistants from Mrs, Magpies Kolkotta Apart from the Gourmet Dinners, the Chefs and Kitchen staff of Cochrane Place dished up some delicious local dishes, Bengali Food and Chinese Dishes
Patishapta Pitha Recipe

Patishapta Pitha Recipe

The Bengali New Year on the first day of Boishakh mid-April of the Gregorian calendar is celebrated with different types of pitha
Green Peas Kachori and Dum Aloo

Green Peas Kachori and Dum Aloo

I have been part of the South Versus North Group Challenge from January. She challenged us to make a Bengali traditional recipe- Green Peas Kachori and Spicy Dum Aloo
Aloo Dum Recipe

Aloo Dum Recipe

Aloo Dum is a preparation of baby sized potatoes in a rich spicy gravy which is popular all over the world as an integral part of Indian cuisine