“Mom’s recipes” is a food series here on Tempting Treat which consists of various classic and authentic recipes which are passed down from generation to generation in our family. My mom used to cook these dishes while I was growing up. And now I’m learning these amazing recipes from her. I hope you’ll find it interesting and will give it a try. Happy Cooking!
Are you sad about missing Durga puja/pujo bhog because of this ongoing pandemic? Don’t feel bad, try this recipe at home and enjoy it with your loved ones.
Rajma masala recipe made with simple ingredients under 40 minutes. This comforting and flavourful kidney bean curry is the perfect meal for any day.
Bathua raita is an easy and refreshing yoghurt based side dish. Made with just 4 simple ingredients, goes really well with stuffed parathas or rice dishes.
This Indian-Style Maggi recipe is so delicious and comforting. Eggs, mushrooms and a bunch of fresh veggies is all you need to make this dish at home.
Koraishutir Puli is a Bengali snack prepared on Makar Sankranti. This is a fried dumpling which is made with potato and stuffed with green pea.
Khejur gurer payesh is a traditional, rich and creamy Bengali dessert. A delicious rice pudding, made with milk, rice and date palm jaggery.
Matar or koraishutir kachori is a Bengali dish, which is basically a deep-fried Indian bread which is stuffed with mildly spiced green peas.
Crispy and crunchy beguni is the best Bengali snack ever! Serve it with a hot cup of tea in the evening or with khichdi on a gloomy rainy day.
Onion Paratha is a famous breakfast recipe. It is a whole wheat flour paratha, stuffed with a spicy onion filling. Served with Bengali Sada Aloo.
Prawn or chingri malai curry is a popular Bengali curry. It is a mildly spiced thick gravy which is served with steamed white rice.