Shukto is a traditional Bengali dish, served towards the beginning of a meal, esp. lunch. It is supposed to be a palate cleanser, made with mixed vegetables including at least one bitter vegetable, simmered with a hint of sugar and milk. The recipe is a breakaway from the traditional Shukto, made with just one vegetable…
– 100gm of black eyed peas soaked for at least 5 hours and pressure cooked to 2-3 whistles and drained. – 1 tsp olive oil – 1 white onion, finely chopped – 4/5 garlic cloves, finely chopped – 1 tsp finely ground white pepper – 1 tbsp dry basil leaves – 2 tbsp tomato ketchup –…
Easy to cook dhaba-style Punjabi dhal
An unusual combination of chickpeas and mushrooms, but make for a delicious curry.
A quick and nutty okra dish that goes well with dhal and rotis. In other words, simple comfort food
Super soft cottage cheese balls in a light milk gravy.
Cheese and veggies stuffed mushrooms with a crispy coating of breadcrumbs. It’s crisp on the outside but gooey on the inside – just right to give mushroom lovers a high.
Minimal ingredients, maximum impact with this simple paneer recipe.
Food opulence at its best, with the subtle fragrance of nutmeg, pepper and fennel, the crunch of toasted almonds, the chewiness of golden raisins, and a toasty brown fluffy halwa, unctuous with ghee. Bliss!
This tastes just like dhaba dhal, with it smokey flavours and all. Try it and thank me later.
When winter gives you fresh green peas, make mattar paneer! 🙂
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