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Cabbage with Peas and Potatoes – Bandhakopir Torkaari

A simple homey side dish of cabbage, peas and potatoes cooked in a very Bengali way.

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Sautéed Cabbage and Sweet Onions with Almonds

Lightly sauteed cabbage with sweet onions and almond. A pretty cool recipe for a pretty non exciting vegetable.

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Hakka Noodles

Hakka Noodles belongs to the Indo-Chinese cuisine; an immensely popular and widespread cuisine in India tho’ it bears no resemblance to actual traditional Hakka or to any Chinese dishes. Noodles here are quickly stir fried with a spicy “Indian Chinese” flavored sauce and crunchy vegetables.

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Okonomiyaki aka “Japanese Pizza”

Okonomiyaki means “whatever you like, grilled” in Japanese (Okonomi means “what you like” or “what you want”, and yaki means “grilled” or “cooked”).  It is an interesting combination of frittata, a savory pancake & a pizza. The first time I came across Okonomiyaki is in 101 Cookbooks. Reading thru’ Heidi’s post, I [...]

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Labra: A Festive Combination of Vegetables and Spices

These two months of September & October make me extremely homesick. The cool air, clear skies and the while floating clouds spill out all the memories of the biggest religious festival of West Bengal: Durga Puja, the community celebration, and along with that very special food.

 

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