Roasted Mutton in Red Sauce

As a food lover, I always keep experimenting with my recipes. Traditional dishes often get a new twist with my touch. Mixing and matching the ingredients, exploring the different flavours is like a food journey for me. Cooking is a form of art and there is so much scope for creativity here. Hence, today I... Continue Reading →

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Frozen Fudge

I decided to give my mother a midnight birthday surprise. I had planned the party the next day hence, the cake would only come then. For the midnight surprise, I had to have an innovative idea handy. So I decided to explore my culinary skills and crafted up a recipe. My own version of frozen... Continue Reading →

Bread Pulao Italian Style

Time: 15 minutes Quantity per serving Things you will need: 2 slices of plain white or brown bread 2 chicken sausages diced 1 egg 2 tablespoon butter 1 medium size onion chopped 1 teaspoon garlic paste 1 green chilly chopped ½ teaspoon dried red chilli flakes 2 tablespoons tomato puree 1 teaspoon fresh lime juice... Continue Reading →

Spiced Tiger Prawns & Broccoli

Lip smacking delicacy........a story of the east meeting the west, one to amplify your gastronomic pangs tenfold. An insight into the story of the ingredients followed by a mouth-watering recipe. Tiger Prawns The journey of Tiger Prawns from the tidal coast of Sundarbans to our plates is not a pleasant one. Collecting tiger prawn seedlings... Continue Reading →

The Story Of Ghost Chili

Popularly known as Bhut Jolokia (bhut=ghost+jolokia=capsicum) in Assamese , this ghost pepper has been rated the world's hottest pepper by Guinness Book of World Records '07.  Completely unknown to the world even a decade ago this chili is in recent time a celebrity in the world of spices. Its popularity can be attributed to its dangerous pungency... Continue Reading →

Beat the Heat Mantra

FOOD Stay Cool,Consume Cucumber Cucumber contains 96% water and stands on the top of the list of vegetables with water content. Thereby making it the most effective food component to beat the summer heat. Prevents dehydration,over heating. High in nutrients but low in calories. Helps detoxify the body. Hydrates and soothes skin. Improves digestion,relieves constipation.... Continue Reading →

When P falls in love with P ;)

Peas Paneer (Matar Paneer) With Love From My Culina Matar Paneer is a north Indian dish widely loved and accepted by a majority of households. Paneer is a protein diet to the vegetarian mass in India and finds its mention in as early as the Vedic texts where one can find references to the word... Continue Reading →

THE LAND OF RED CRABS

Travel Along... Though the title takes our mind's eye to some far off exotic foreign land yet it would awe us to know that The Land of Red Crabs in none other than our humble Bengal abode Tajpur. Gifted by mother nature with a rich reserve of flora and fauna, Tajpur won't fail to appeal... Continue Reading →

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