Stuffed Flat beans fritters

Flat beans are commonly visible vegetables available in the market in winter. Usually, they are at their best in the beginning of the season i.e. in the prime of winter when they are fresh, thin and tender. However you can enjoy them during the entire season with different preparations based on the texture of the…

Cholar Daler Pitha – a flavour of Poush Shankranti

Poush Parbon , Makar Sankranti, Bihu, Pongal, Bhogi or Lohri by whichever name you may like to call this harvest festival, which is a pan-Indian one and which is a prominent festival in the eastern Indian states of West Bengal and Assam, is all about Pithey Chirey or Pitha with all the freshly harvested goodies…

Daliya Barfi,…the Vegan way.

Hope you had a fabulous Diwali….๐Ÿ™‚ On the occasion of these auspicious five days of Deepawali festivities beginning with Dhanteras and culminating with Bhai Dooj , I am sharing this recipe of Dalia lentil barfi with you all , which you may try for your sweet celebrations. Hope you are really going to like it….

Roasted Raw Mango Ice Pops

The continued consternation of COVID-19 has made our lives so much dreary and frustrating that we all need to do something new and exciting everyday in order to keep our spirits alive and keep ourselves going. These sweet and sour ice pops are amazing for giving a boost to your mood & savouring those fun…

Sweet Potato Vegan Shondesh/Sandesh

Shondesh is one of the popular and most loved sweets after rosogollas, among all other Bengali sweets and desserts. Myself being a dessert person, fall for this yummiest sweet that can be made in innumerable ways and I just love them in their every form, as every shondesh has its own attributes & uniqueness that…

Gaajar Bata with goodness of Carrots

  Various forms of batas (meaning ground) are always fondly enjoyed in Bengali meals and are very common as a regular item in many households. Not only in Bengali households, they are also very popular throughout the entire eastern part of India. Batas are nothing but a simple ground paste of just anything, seasoned with…

Sweet Potato Pulao

ย  ย  ย  !! Om Namah Shivay !! Maha Shivaratri or Shivaratri has arrived finally which marks an important festival in the Hindu calendar devoted to lord Shiva or Mahadev. The devotees worship him by bathing him with milk and keeping fast for the whole day. Shivaratri is celebrated in almost every part of India…

Tricolour Lunch Platter

Foodiestreasure wishes you all a Happy 71st Republic Day with this tricolour platter of healthy green khichdi, salad and raaita. The green khichdi is the usual Bengali moong daal khichdi mixed with boiled and blended green peas, spinach and fenugreek leaves with pieces of boiled broccoli served with white raaita of plain yoghurt & grated…

Til Pitha….the essence of Bihu, a flavour of Assam.

Time just flies and we keep on running with it. It’s been a year that I have shared my previous post of Makar Sankranti and the time for making merriment is here yet again when people are exhilarated on celebrating the first harvest festival of the year. Last year I had posted Tekeli pitha of…

Summer fun with Litchi Popsicles

Summer months are a big bugger in most parts of India when it becomes unbearable to withstand the high heat & humidity that makes this season really a energy draining one. I personally hate summer season but despite of all these discomfort, summers are also full of pleasant surprises from the nature for which we…