𝐁𝐞𝐫-𝐏𝐮𝐝𝐢𝐧𝐚 𝐂𝐡𝐮𝐭𝐧𝐞𝐲 is just perfect as a dip or even as a side dish!
Amba Chatani (Mango Chutney) is a great accompaniment to many dishes. The process is quite simple and super easy to follow.
The Parwal Raita aka Dahi Potala is a delicious accompaniment made using curd and pointed gourd (parwal / potala).
Bhogar Khichuri is the Bengali variant of Indian one-pot meal, khichdi prepared using roasted moong dal and fragrant gobindobhog rice. This is completely a niramish khichdi (vegetarian) as it is a Bhog / Prasad, also known as ‘Bhaja Mug Daler Khichuri’.
Bhapa Aloo is a super simple yet delicious side dish using potatoes coated with a mustard and coconut paste using steaming method.
Fasting is not to be boring if you have these spicy and tempting SABUDANA KEBAB in the coming festive times or even in any festival.
Chhena Tarakari is a chhena (cottage cheese) based popular side dish from odia cuisine. Any special celebration or during festival this is a common affair in the menu. The takari can be prepared with or without onion-garlic. I have come up with without onion-garlic version
Jeera Lanka Gunda is one of the staple spice powders in Odia households. Starting from Dalma, any Chaat, Dahi bara -ghuguni-aloo dum to any satvik side dish preparation; this is the best ever seasoning.
the rice flour open dumplings with urad dal paste as the stuffing from odia pitha series Odisha, one of the eastern states of the Indian subcontinent is a land of rich culture and tradition. In …
The Cauliflowers in Leafy Greens Gravy here is a vegetarian side dish using Cauliflowers in the winter leafy greens based gravy, perfect for festive time (without onion & garlic) Yesterday I had shared a recipe quite similar to the most …