Kesa Mithoi

Northeastern India encompasses a treasure of unique recipes that are lesser known across the country. Kesa mithoi is one such humble recipe from the house of Assamese traditional cuisine. Traditionally, rice flour is a very common ingredient used in many of the unique snacks & sweets made here in Assam. The most common among them…

Stuffed papad curry (papad ki subzi)

Wish you all a very happy Vijaya Dashami ! The time of festivities have started again with this Navratri and Durga Puja, and this festive spirit will continue to cheer us  for the upcoming Diwali, Bhai Dooj and so on. The post pandemic situation has started to normalise a little and we are in a…

Nolen Gur Shrikhand: a flavourful delight

The festival of colours is around once more and after the long sufferings of Covid19, it is a celebration time again. So here’s wishing you all a very very happy, safe, sweet & colorful Holi. The Indian festivals be it Holi or Diwali, are truly incomplete without sweets, so along with all other special delicacies…

Broccoli Dry Fry : a lockdown relish

Hello everyone ! 😊😊 We are back after a long gap, with this simple delight packed with nutrients. This curry tastes awesome & goes absolutely well with rice, roti or chapati and will make you well pleased. Though the season for broccoli is over now, but for those who love to have broccolis, managing to…

Kaancha Tok; The sweet & sour summer coolant.

Hi!! In this burning heat and scorching sun of summer, I want to introduce you to this astonishing, authentic Bengali coolant which can be had either in the form of a refreshing drink or as a meal accompaniment. This traditional coolant is named Kaancha Tok meaning raw sweet & sour chutney in Bengali. While having…