Maumita Paul

💕A passionate cook and food blogger. A wannabe recipe revivalist. An amateur shutterbug. An avid traveller. A diehard admirer of Indian folk art.

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Ilish Er Tel Jhol Recipe (Light Hilsa Fish Curry)

Sunday, 25 June 2017 00:15

Ilish Er Tel Jhol is a runny Hilsa gravy scented with kalonji and turmeric powder. This gravy is spiked with green chillies and finished with a generous drizzle of mustard oil. The mustard oil in the recipe brings out the flavour of the dish and increases the taste too. It is easy to make and takes very ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

Croquettes Recipe With Bhetki Fish

Saturday, 17 June 2017 13:00

Croquettes Recipe With Bhetki Fish are delectable bhetki stuffing in spiced mashed potato cases. These are further crumb-fried to a gorgeous golden colour. Though this can also be shallow fried, typically croquettes are to be deep fried to get the texture and juiciness within the croquette. Tastes heavenly ...

Doodh Jhinge Curry Recipe (Ridge Gourd Cooked In Milk)

Friday, 02 June 2017 12:00

Doodh Jhinge Curry Recipe is the Ridge Gourds Cooked In Milk and tempered with mustard seeds, flavoured with ginger and spiked with spicy green chillies. Ridge gourd peel that is not used in this recipe can later be used to prepare Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney instead of discarding it. Serve Doodh ...

Pepe Ghonto Recipe (Bengali Style Raw Papaya Sabzi)

Sunday, 28 May 2017 13:00

Pepe Ghonto Recipe is the Bengali Style Raw Papaya Sabzi made with grated green and raw papaya and cubed potato. With added roasted peanuts, raisins and a dash of spices. This is an easy sabzi that can be included in a weeknight dinner or for lunch boxes. You can pack away Pepe Ghonto Recipe (Bengali ...

Bengali Kosha Murgir Mangsho Recipe (Chicken in a Spicy Dry Gravy)

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 15:00

Bengali Kosha Murgir Mangsho Recipe (Chicken in a Spicy Dry Gravy) is made of succulent chicken. The spicy chicken in dry gravy comes with sinfully caramelised onion, fragrance of ginger and a hint of cardamom. This recipe brings back memories redolent from the streets of Kolkata. Serve Bengali ...

Published in Indian Non Veg Recipes

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