BABA GHANOUSH Baba Ghanoush is a popular dish made with the eggplant to be baked or roasted over an open flame before peeling, so that the pulp is soft and has a smoky taste. Often, it is eaten as a dip with pita bread, and is sometimes added to other dishes. It is popular in Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria. In India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh , Baingan ka Bharta is a dish similar to Baba Ghanoush. It is similarly prepared by grilling eggplant over open charcoal flame to impart a smoky flavor to the flesh. It is then cooked…


 Prawns delicately cooked in cream with spices Filed in Rich Prawns Malai Curry, which is rich in taste, to try at home.You can serve this curry with ghee or jeera rice, This is one prawn preparation that a bong household will never fail to serve you if you’ve been invited over. Any special occasion’s menu is lacking if Chingri Macher Malaikari or Prawn Malai Curry (prawn cooked in rich spiced coocnut milk) is not a part of it.



Rasagola which have now become popular throughout India and other parts of South Asia actually originated in the Indian state of Odisha. These are made from balls ofChhena(an Indian cottage cheese) and semolina dough, cooked in a sugar syrup. In Odisha, Rasagola,also known by its original name,Khira Mohanahas been a traditional Odia dish for centuries. The inventors of Rasagola are thought to be the Kar brothers, the descendants of a local confectioner,Bikalananda Kar, in the town of Salepur, near Cuttack. Even today these Rasgollas famously named as Bikali Kar Rasgolla,are sold all over Odisha. Though canned Rasagollas are probably the…


Sunday in the life of a working woman is like heaven when you have the whole day to yourself to do whatever you like to do. No time schedule to match.. to rush to office . you can sit, watch TV, Read a book or simply relax with your family. Today I made EGG PULAO with raita for lunch. This is a very easy recipe to make and taste great too. It does not take much time to cook and so you can devote your time to your family for other activities. That’s why I love making this Pulao often.

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