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Doi diye Alur Dom (Bengali Style Dum Alu with Yogurt) – Thakurbarir Ranna

Posted on: May 7, 2019 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 2

……….উদয়দিগন্তে শঙ্খ বাজে, মোর চিত্তমাঝে চিরনূতনেরে দিল ডাক পঁচিশে বৈশাখ ।। With the advent of Pochise Baisakh, the birthday of Kobiguru Rabindranath Tagore, here I present another great recipe from the kitchen of Tagores. I take immense pleasure to add another gem to my Thakurbarir Ranna series and this is a pure vegetarian dish. As usual, I have given my own twist in this dish and the outcome is just…

 

Tetul diye Cholar Dal (Split Chickpeas with Tamarind) – Thakurbarir Ranna

Posted on: April 22, 2019 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 0

এ জগতে, হায়, সেই বেশি চায় আছে যার ভূরি ভূরি– রাজার হস্ত করে সমস্ত কাঙালের ধন চুরি। The above mentioned lines are from Rabindranath Thakur’s “দুই বিঘা জমি” (Dui Bigha Jomi). No, these lines have nothing to do with my today’s recipe. Then why these lines? Because, for me, there is nothing in the world that can describe the present social scenario better than these lines. While the society is…

 

Macher Shukto (Bengali Style Mixed Veg with Fish) – Thakurbarir Ranna

Posted on: April 1, 2019 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 0

This is another delicacy of Jorashako Thakur Bari, the house of Rabindranath Tagore. Also, this is the second recipe of my newly introduced Thakurbarir Ranna series. I proudly and happily can say that I have done a proper justice to this dish and also, given a few twists of my own to this very innovative dish. See Other Fish Recipes Here Shukto or Shuktani, having its origin in Portuguese cuisine, is…

 

Fulkopir Paturi (Bengali Style Cauliflower Dum) – Thakurbarir Ranna

Posted on: March 28, 2019 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 2

This is a gem from the house of Tagores. Apart from being a writer, Rabindranath Tagore was a foodie too. His love for food resulted in the formation of many innovative recipes in Jorasanko Thakur Bari kitchen. Many Bengali vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes had their inceptions in the Thakur Barir rannaghor (kitchen). Togore also used to travel the world and thus had the advantage of tasting world cuisine. He used…

 

Koraishutir Kochuri / Motorshutir Kochuri (Bengali Style Peas Kachori)

Posted on: December 11, 2020 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 0

Winter is all about eating good and wholesome. Winter food has its own charm and there is nothing more exciting than having a delicious hot spread with your loved ones on a chilling and cozy winter morning. Bengali cuisine is blessed with a whole lot of amazing winter delicacies. Just the other day I have shared the recipe of very popular Phulkopir Roast, which is again a winter dish. Also,…

 

Luchi (Bengali Deep Fried Puffy Bread)

Posted on: May 6, 2020 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 2

Luchi needs no introduction. We the Bengalis often love to call it Fulko Luchi as it is puffy and round in shape. If it is not puffy enough, it is not Luchi. As I am writing this and remembering what I had today for breakfast, my mouth is literally watering. Today morning it was Luchi-Cholar Dal and it will be Luchi-Mangsho tomorrow 😛 Bengalis love Luchi and it is their…

 

Sada Aloo Torkari (Bengali Style Potato Curry)

Posted on: April 29, 2020 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 0

In any Bengali household, this is probably the most easy breakfast option when you are craving for something quick and simple yet wholesome and tasty. Always a made-in-heaven partner of Luchi (Bengali deep fried puffy bread), Sada Aloo Torkari is made with absolutely no spices. Sada is white in Bengali and as the curry has no vibrant colour because of the absence of spices, this is called Sada Aloo Torkari.…

 

Radhaballabhi / Radhaballavi (Bengali Style Stuffed Dal Poori)

Posted on: October 1, 2019 Posted by: Deepsikha Comments: 0

The best time of the year has arrived and as a Bengali, like many other Bengalis across the world, this is my time to indulge in pet-pujo. For every Bengali, Durga Pujo is not merely associated with prayers and devotion, rather, this is a celebration of life. Buying new cloths, cleaning and decorating homes, mingling with new people, meeting friends and family, pandal-hopping, unlimited adda, song, dance and food (both…