Today we have succulent prawns nestled in a sauce cooked with plenty of onions. Do Pyaza are typically the Indian dishes where either meat, vegetables or seafood is cooked with plenty of onions.
A beautifully flavored simple shrimp curry is what we have today. I would call it “Chingri Maacher Jhaal” in Bengali. A recipe cannot get simpler than this. If you think making curry was hard work, you have to give this a try You might just change your mind!
Happy Thanksgiving folks! I am sure all of you are busy cooking and having a gala time with friends and family.
We are having some wonderful friends visiting us. And we are also looking forward to having more friends over on the Thanksgiving day. The home and kitchen is buzzing full of love, warmth [...]
This is one of those tasty recipes which can be created in jiffy when you are in a time crunch, yet you crave for something to fulfill your taste buds and hunger. The toasted sesame gives a subtle nutty flavor and you can add any vegetable you want.
1 cup uncooked rice (I [...]
Chingri Maacher Malaikari is a signature dish from Bengal. Golda Chingri or jumbo prawns are cooked in a spiced creamy sauce made with thick coconut milk. I have grown up in this East Indian State (West Bengal), having to eat (and loving every bite and moment of it) this simply marvelous dish [...]