Priyadarshini Chatterjee

Priyadarshini quit her job with a leading English daily to blog about food. She loves to write about her experience and experiments with food and gets a kick out of developing recipes she can call her own, exclusively so. Though the blog takes most of her time, she continues to work as an independent journalist and spends her free time reading and writing some more, travels as much as she can and basically eats her way through life.

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Recipes and Articles by Priyadarshini Chatterjee

Bengali Posto Porota Recipe (Spiced Poppy Seed Parathas)

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 00:19

The Posto Porota Recipe is a paratha that is made with a combination of whole wheat flour, posto or poppy seeds ground into a paste along with a few green chillies, finely chopped onions, sesame seeds for a nutty twist, some salt and little sugar and is finally topped with nigella seeds and finely chopped ...

Published in Paratha Recipes

Makhmali Rajma Kebab Recipe

Saturday, 10 October 2015 00:46

The Makhmali Rajma Kebab Recipe are soft and spicy kebabs made with soft boiled red kidney beans that melt in your mouth. The kebab recipe calls for some finely chopped onions, a little ginger and garlic, chopped coriander and a few spices that are usually always available in an Indian kitchen. The Makhmali ...

Published in Indian Snack Recipes

Sesame Bread Patties Recipe (Bread Cutlets)

Friday, 28 August 2015 00:27

Sesame Bread Patties Recipe is one of the most delicious snacks to accompany a rainy evening. There is something special about sitting by a window and watching the rain fall, while sipping on a hot cup of your favourite beverage and nibbling on something spicy, crunchy and tasty. These Sesame Bread Patties ...

Published in Indian Snack Recipes

Dark Chocolate Sandesh (Shondesh) Dipped In Chocolate Recipe

Thursday, 27 August 2015 00:52

Dark Chocolate Shondesh Dipped In Chocolate Recipe is the perfect treat to make for your sibling on the eve of Raksha Bandhan. Celebrate your special relationship with your sibling with this dessert that combines a traditional Bengali sweetmeat with something as contemporary and delicate as dark chocolate. ...

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