Aamer Ombol – Chilled Green Mango Soup or Cooler

If you looking for some exotic drink or soup to cool you down, this is for you. Aam is Mango and Ombol (pronoun: “awm-bol”) is a traditional sweet and tangy cooler or a chilled soup which will refresh you.We are at the peak of summer; bright and hot with the temperature sliding easily over [...]

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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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Gobi Tamatar/Cauliflower with Tomatoes

This recipe of the cauliflower blooms with the rustic flavors of almost roasted tomatoes and ginger cooked in the fragrant mustard oil.

I am back! Thanks to all of you for your emails and comments and concerns and for “being there” while I was not. It definitely feels wonderful to be a part [...]

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Chola Mix – a ring from the past…

Late afternoon – a few jingle of the  Ghungroo/Ghungur ( Images of  Ghungroo) & a holler ” Garam Chanachur” (Hot Spicy Mix) ,would draw all the kids in the neighborhood out of their front door to the iron grilled entrance gates of their houses, the little ones clamoring & climbing over the horizontal [...]

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Shaag Bhaja: Amaranth Stir Fry

The Shak/Shaag (any leafy green) Bhaja (Stir fried or deep fried) is a big part of the Bengali/East Indian Cuisine. Back home, if I was having a typical Bengali meal, I do not recollect a single day that went without some kind of leafy green, & unlike many kids I would love every preparation [...]

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