Capsicums are my favorite, they are versatile and very easy to cook hence I often think of making something new with them so this time I wanted to cook for someone who does not eat chicken and mutton, and hence Paneer stuffed capsicum came into the picture. Its cheesy and deliciously cooked paneer mix is so tummy tempting that you will be tempted to lick your fingers clean. Though instead of using a Tandoor or barbecue, I grilled the stuffed peppers in my oven. The recipe uses paneer or cottage cheese as its main ingredients along with other ingredients but I still wonder what will it taste like with some chicken stuffing. Ahem! Ahem!
Paneer Tikka Masala is an Indian cuisine where the Paneer also known as Indian cottage cheese is marinated with other ingredients like Red-Yellow-Green Bell Pepper and onions, later fried and then served in a spiced gravy. It is a vegetarian alternative to chicken tikka masala and I must say being a true non-veg lover, I would still prefer Paneer Tikka Masala over Chicken Tikka Masala anytime. It is that delicious
In here, we are sharing the most authentic and delicious Murgh Makhani|Butter Chicken recipe today on our blog post. After a lot of experiments and trial and error method, we finally got our hands on the secret ingredient to make the most authentic and delicious recipe of Butter Chicken that you get in the restaurants so that even you can make the same recipe in your home by following few simple steps as mentioned below.
Pomfret are the most popular, sumptuous and edible fish available in the market and also fetch the highest price from buyers. Its clean white appearance, firmness of flesh and flavor makes it a good substitute over any bone-in fishes in the market. And what’s more? It’s the cooking recipes of this particular fish which is extremely easy, simple and satisfying. You can literally toss this fish in a mouth watering curry rich with spices or make a perfect marination and grill them in the oven. Whatever way you choose to cook the Pomfret, the end result is always heavenly satisfying. In today’s BonGappetit’s blog post , we are sharing two tempting and mouthwatering Marination Recipes for you so that you can try this at your home and get some variety on your plate to sate your fishy cravings with minimal ingredients.
About this recipe, I can honestly say that this recipe is simply delicious and mouth watering. You know, If prawns are not cooked properly with the right amount of ingredients, it can really release a slightly unpleasant odour while eating that can leave some people unsatisfied and this applies to every meat and fish recipe that we usually cook but with this particular prawns recipe, I was quite surprised and happy on how it turned out. There was no unpleasant odour that gave me any bad experience, in fact, this prawns masala recipe turned out to be absolutely splendid, the masala was not so rich and well balanced. It was mildly spicy but that’s what made this dish so sumptuous.
meet hilsa (Ilish), the beloved fish that connects Bengali to its root every once a year. Despite its widespread popularity, fresh hilsa comes at a very high price due to its naturally oily texture and its rich, tender flesh. In fact, fresh hilsa can cost upto 1800-2000 rupees a kilo. Also, what’s the mark of a good catch? It says, “the more bones hilsa has, the tastier it is” but, then good luck with trying to remove the nearly-invisible bones that this fish has, its crazy seeing how Bengali’s are so patient with this particular fish that has gazillions of fish bones in it but then after all, at the end of everything it all comes down to its heavenly delicious taste that is cooked in mustard and curd paste that adds rich and the perfect sharp pungent flavor to your dish for your morning lunch while its drizzling outside . A very rich and popular Bengali recipe of cooking Hilsa is Bhapa Ilish when cooked with curd, green chilies, mustard oil and mustard seeds, its combined flavor adds a very powerful and strong pungent flavor and aroma which is so powerful that it can make your tummy thunder in hunger and make you forget all your pain while you enjoy relishing this cuisine on the dining table! No Kidding!
Bombil or Bombay Duck as the name says is not actually a duck; it is in fact, a very fleshy fish with soft bones that is found only in the waters around Mumbai. In fact, I have read somewhere on the internet that, there is a legendary story explaining this, when Lord Rama was building a bridge to Lanka, he sought the help of all the fish in the sea. All obliged, but for the stubborn little Bombil. In a fit of rage, Rama flung it aside, and it plopped into the seas near Mumbai. This also explained away the softness of its bones. Well, I have no idea if this is a true or not, but being a Bengali living in Mumbai since birth, I had to try this fish once in my lifetime and so I did! And it was such a delightful experience for me to savour this fish recipe with its juicy soft bones and tantalizing aroma. The soft bones of this fish won’t hurt it s almost easy to swallow them with plain white rice and dal.
‘Murgi Mangshor Jhol’ also called as “Patla Murgir jhol” steeped in gentle earthly spices , it is truly a lightweight and flavorsome dish that heals your tummy , your heart and gives you a heavenly food contentment. This traditional chicken curry from Bengal is devoid of whole garam masalas and relies more on the trio of onions, ginger and garlic. The curry is characterized by its red color along with well cooked potatoes. You will find millions of recipe’s on this specific dish on google or any other food sites but I suggest always go for the simplest recipe because this is the peculiarity of this chicken dish : being very simple yet very delicious in taste. Here is my recipe on ‘Murgir Mangshor Jhol’ – Bengali Chicken Curry from a typical Bengali living in Mumbai.
‘Dimer Dalna’ is a classic Bengali Egg curry recipe. Its more like Indian curry soup recipe, the curry that is being cooked in this recipe is very light and extremely rich in flavor and whole spices. The main idea is to mix the curry in large quantity with the rice, squeeze some lemon over the rice and mix it well to perfectly enjoy its delightful flavor for lunch. Bengalis are famous for their many different food recipes, the way they make jhol (a light simple Indian curry soup) is something you must have to try once in your lifetime. Therefore, being a typical Bengali, I wanted to share our authentic “Dimer Jhol” recipe or “Dimer Dalna” with you’all. But, but… what’s the main catch of this cuisine, you might ask?! Hmmm. The potatoes. The sweet, juicy and soft pre-fried potatoes when tossed and cooked in the curry, will release a sweet flavor that completes the entire recipe also gives out a whole different pleasure of cooking ‘Dimer Jhol’ altogether. No exaggerating! Without taking much of your precious time, lets go straight to learning this scrumptious and delightful recipe of ‘Potato Egg Curry’.
Hola! everyone, how is your weekend going? Well, the question is what have you planned for your weekend food menu? Well, skip the takeaway and home food delivery’s as we have come forward to sort your weekend menu out with this perfectly delicious and splendid recipe of “Hyderabadi Chicken Masala Curry” -A mouthwatering and tummy growling Murgh cuisine entirely based on Hyderabadi flavor. Well, I can say that this recipe is somewhat similar to our Bengali “Kosha Murgir Mangsho” (Bengali Chicken Curry) in taste but its just a personal opinion and I would love to know what you think about this regional chicken cuisine cooked with variety of different Indian spices and masala just to give you that perfect chicken curry on your plate and make your weekend perfectly splendid.