Monday, May 22, 2017

Watermelon Cooler

As the temperature is soaring high these days...indulging in cool drinks is becoming more of a necessity than a choice. Watermelon is a fabulous fruit with lots of water, taste and natural sugar in it. So making a watermelon cooler is an easy task!! I have used the 1 tsp measurement spoon to scoop out the watermelon flesh, but if you don’t have a scoop like that just scrape the watermelon from the inside of the rinds and then chop of them up.

how to make Watermelon Cooler recipe and preparation

how to make Watermelon Cooler recipe and preparation

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Mango and Ginger Jam

Pickle and Jams are the two most popular ways to preserve fruits other than freezing them. And since none of us take a good preference over the pickle, I decided to make jam with the huge stash of mangoes in my fridge.

how to make Mango and Ginger Jam recipe and preparation

how to make Mango and Ginger Jam recipe and preparation

how to make Mango and Ginger Jam recipe and preparation

how to make Mango and Ginger Jam recipe and preparation

how to make Mango and Ginger Jam recipe and preparation

Friday, May 19, 2017

Kancha Aam r Sorshe Diye Macher Jhol / Bengali Fish Curry with Mustard Paste and Raw Green Mangoes

I never liked the so called Bengali “Tok Dal “ / Mango Dal ....on its own...but with a spoonful of large grain white sugar....I savoured that sweet and sour taste of the lentils and curries. This Fish Curry is not the typical Bengali “Macher Tok”(I will share that recipe soon), but with mustard paste and raw green mangoes, this sour fish curry is just as a keeper as many other Bengali recipes.

Kancha Aam r Sorshe Diye Macher Jhol / Simple Bengali Fish Curry with Mustard Paste and Raw Green Mangoes

Kancha Aam r Sorshe Diye Macher Jhol / Simple Bengali Fish Curry with Mustard Paste and Raw Green Mangoes

 Kancha Aam r Sorshe Diye Macher Jhol / Simple Bengali Fish Curry with Mustard Paste and Raw Green Mangoes

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Narkel Diye Niramish Ghugni / Pure Vegetarian Bengali Style Yellow Peas Curry with Coconut

Now now...don’t start making faces just by reading the term pure vegetarian or niramish. This veg version of ghugni is as much spicy and tasty as its non-veg cousin. And trust me...the recipe is so foolproof that no one will notice (including you) that it is without onion and garlic.