By far, one of my most favorite prawns recipe in Indian Style. A culinary delight from the eastern belt of the country , especially West Bengal and Assam, this is a celebratory dish or rather a signature dish from the gastronomy of Bengali Cuisine. Simplistic in...

Mustard and fish..a classic combination and staple food from the culinary dictionary of the eastern belt of the country, mainly the states of Assam and Bengal. Although the paternity claims are owned by Bengal since the dish achieved its fame and popularity in that state,...

One of my recent favorites in terms of ease of making.Ever since I was unwell for sometime, I have been trying deliberately to make dishes that which are easy and fast to cook up. Even on a regular basis, I try and use either the...

Well, from the pages of  history of the  food and culinary dictionary, the rices dishes of biryani and #pulao/ #pilaf have been interchanged to mean the same thing..loosely explained as a mix of rice with meat/veggies with Indian spices. Now ,while in terms of technique...

An illusion of  a muffin created from your basic breakfast ingredients ;bread, cheese and egg.. More then a muffin, these gorgeous muffin shaped morsels are actually an ensemble or a assemble of just a few things. Baking them gives a new twist  making it immensely interesting...

Sweet, tangy and spicy..A runny sauce almost like a stew that best teams up with White rice is what connotes this absolutely simple recipe Yet, with just a few ingredients, the resultant outcome of the taste is incredible. Almost hard to fathom that such simple ingredients...

  Fish eggs!!!A delicacy amongst the eastern belt of the country.Especially the Rohu fish eggs..Simple and fried like fritters with just a few ingredients ;they are a craze in the gastronomy of the Assamese and Bengali cuisines. Now, if for any reason,the mention of these delectable fish...

So it was the other day that my cousin was home..She was visiting mumbai for an assignment  and hence stayed over. Dal Gosht happened to be the specialty at the dinner table.Since she is also a foddie and runs her own blog(http://www.myworldfoodandtravel.com/), we generally do...