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Papaya/Pepe – r Plastic Chutney

 

This recipe has to be one of the most loved recipes of my ma. It brings in intense nostalgia for me: an eclectic amalgam of memories that are sweet and funny…but also the close association of the people and places that matter most to me.

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Mushur Dal – er Bora: Red Lentil Fritters

 

Bora, Vada or Lentil Fritters are the most common recipes all over India. Each state has its own way to do it. The use of lentils differ, from one region to another and also from one home to another. The same goes for the spices used in them. West Bengal itself has many [...]

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Stir Fried Rice with Kale

 

Another Kale tale? I won’t write any. Only a recipe.

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Lehsuni Baingan: Eggplants cooked in Spicy Garlic Sauce

 

I have a really simple recipe today. Chunks of eggplants are cooked with in a spicy garlic sauce with the fresh zesty aroma of ginger and green chili peppers. I will not call this this a “traditional” recipe, even though there might be one with this name in some parts of India. I [...]

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Begun Posto: Eggplants with Poppy Seeds Paste

 

This is another traditional Bengali recipe. Eggplants are  lightly sauteed and then cooked in the creamy poppy seed paste. It is amazingly simple and flavorful. This happens to be one of those dishes where no spices are required.

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