Try out this healthy version of the chatpata Pani Puri with Vegetables created at home by Priya Narayan.
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Pumpkin is a favourite choice for a Sunday morning breakfast for most Bengalis. Well, it used to be and still is in certain households. While cornflakes and oats have taken over the Indianbreakfast options, a Sunday binge is a welcome change. You must be wondering, pumpkin…breakfast…favourite? Well,
Being a Bengali is not easy at times. We have to live up to the reputation of knowing Rabindra Sangeet by heart, be great connoisseurs of foodand of course, the politics that runs through our blood. As a probashi Bangali or a non-resident Bengali, we’re a slightly different breed!
Cooking homegrown vegetables from my kitchen garden has been pure bliss. If we all could do some kind of farming and gardening our own little way, it will help really help our planet. I cooked this pumpkin which I grew in my backyard.
Living alone and working doesn’t leave you much time for personal work, let alone taking a look at your kitchen. While most of us eat out, some prefer keeping stock at home that is easy on their pocket and tummy. However, food items stored for long periods
If you have baby potatoes, zucchini or cucumber, cauliflower at home, then cook up this quick stir fry veggies in no time. It is quick, simple and very easy to make and goes well with soup, grilled chicken and a steamed rice combination. I tried it at
A versatile and a universal favourite – Potato can be had as a snack, a meal or as an accompaniment. You can bake, fry, sauté or cook it in the spices of your choice.
As much as I love non-vegetarian food, I love my veggies. One of my favorites is ladies-finger or Okra or Bhindi. I am sharing a simple recipe to make that boring lunch or dinner a little more interesting. So here goes…