Sayantani

Sayantani is a designer by profession. This Bengali mother of two cooks because she cares. Hailing from a food loving family she loves to curate traditional Bengali recipes and techniques and share them on her blog ahomemakersdiary.com. Her Background in Santiniketan imbibed in her the passion for art in any form. Now a days she dabbles her time in working for their handicraft business, running her small Bakery of bespoke cakes and styling and photgraphing food.

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सोबजी दीए भाजा मुगेर दाल रेसिपी - Sobji Diye Bhaja Muger Dal Recipe

Monday, 11 February 2019 10:00

दाल एक ऐसी डिश है जिसे भारत के हर घर में बनाया जाता है और इसे रोज के खाने में भी मिलाया जाता है क्यूंकि इसमें प्रोटीन की ...

Pasta Primavera With Fresh Basil Recipe

Wednesday, 27 January 2016 00:22

Give yourself a treat with a fresh and nutritious one pot meal. The saucy Pasta Primavera With Fresh Basil Recipe is loaded with the goodness of seasonal vegetables coupled with the spaghetti pasta. The delicate flavors get enhanced with the addition of fresh basil leaves. Cook this easy Pasta Primavera ...

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Sobji Diye Bhaja Muger Dal Recipe (Bengali Style Moong Dal with Winter Vegetables)

Tuesday, 22 December 2015 00:31

Dal or lentil is the second important protein for Bengalis after fish. They need to have a ladleful of any lightly flavored lentil dish for their meal everyday. In a Bengali style of eating, Dal is eaten as a second or third course with some fritter or stir fries. The Sobji Diye Bhaja Muger Dal is ...

Angoori Rasmalai Recipe

Saturday, 03 October 2015 00:40

Angoori Rasmalai or Spiced Cottage Cheese Milk Pudding from festival celebrations. Serve Angoori Rasmalai along with Bengali Sita Bhog as desserts during the festive season pr when you have guests coming over. Other recipes that you can try are: Bengali Special Chocolate Sandesh Recipe Nolen ...

     
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