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Ranga Aloo-r Pantua: Sweet Potato Dumplings in Syrup and a Giveaway

 

 

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April brings showers, but in my heart, April also brings in sweet nostalgia of Poila Boishak or Bengali New Year. The smell of new clothes, the rolled calendars that the shopkeepers hand out as it marks the beginning of [...]

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Roshogolla/Rasgulla

 

 

Roshogolla/Rasgulla needs to no introduction. I am sure most Indians are familiar with these lyrical, spongy balls of homemade cheese, simmered in and drunk with light sugar syrup. The story of the eastern regions of India is quite incomplete without this quintessential dessert and anyone can tune in to the “Ro-sho-gol-la“ quite melodiously.

 

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Kalo Jeere Diye Maach: Fish Curry in Nigella Flavored Spicy Sauce

 

This is a very typical fish curry, laden with prominent Bengali flavors.

 

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Shorshe Maach/Fish in Mustard-Chili Sauce

I guess I have to give in and admit that autumn has arrived. The temperature went down from the 90′s to the mid 50′s over the past weekend. Chilly mornings and evenings call in for some spicy curry, don’t you think? Here is another spicy full flavored fish curry from my home.

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Bhapa Ilish/Steamed Fish in Mustard Yogurt Sauce

The fish is steamed in a spicy paste of mustard, yogurt and hot green peppers. This is an authentic recipe from home, close to my heart, evoking bountiful thoughts of beautiful times with the recipe and the taste etched in my memories for ever.

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