Malai Chom Chom



Malai Chom Chom is one of the timeless beauties of Bengal. Chilled cream sandwiched between the soft, yielding roshogollas, coated with silky, fragrant saffron cream, tenderly wrapped with love and sweetness.




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Lehsuni Gobi: Garlic Cauliflower



Cauliflower with intense flavor of garlic. As simple as that. Spices are optional. A lot of garlic is required.


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Lemon Balm Cake

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We have a simple cake today with subtle and soothing flavors of lemon balm: the kind of cake one would love to have on a pleasant summer day. A good cup of tea and company is what I envision with the cake, sitting outside as the breeze makes the patches of sunlight dance in delight. A mockingbird always sings here.


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Bhindi Bhaji: Mildly Spiced Okra



It has been so long that I do not know where to start…


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Chingri Begun-er Tel Jhol: Spicy Shrimp Curry with Eggplants


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It is not always the length or the kind of ingredients that makes a recipe perfect. It is also the state of mind. ¬†Or even how our life gets shaped. Myriads of experiences, even the ones that are forgotten, seemingly erased from memory make indelible prints somewhere unseen. Then they whisper in unison, orchestrating that “feeling”, that satisfaction of what we expect from a ¬†perfect recipe. However this is very personal. The culture and the environment can be a thread that connects certain people to like similar things. But even after that it is a personal decision.

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