Tag: in my kitchen
Eid Mubarak and Shubho Bijoya to all of you! Born a Hindu and brought up embracing all faiths, I am always amazed to find how different festivals from different faiths almost always coincide with each other – as if, underlining my belief that we are ultimately bound by only one faith… that of humanity. This year, the pujo bumper came via a feature on me … Read More Bhapa Mishti Doi and A Food Safari of Bengal | BBC GoodFood ME
Three easy Filipino Pancit or Noodle recipes that you can make at home – Palabok, Bihon and Canton. Pancit or Pansit means Noodles in Filipino cuisine and in Philippines you’ll find Panciterias or shops specialising only in noodles!
Rasgulla Macapuno is our fusion dessert inspired by Rasgulla, the popular Bengali sweet and Macapuno, the sweetened tender coconut flesh used in several Filipino desserts. This recipe has been aired on Dubai One TV for a special Ramadan Episode. I am back to Rasgullas once again. Being a Bengali doesn’t take you too far away from them. Rasgulla or Rôshogolla is a very famous … Read More Rasgulla Macapuno – When a Filipina Turns into a Bong
Aam Dal or the Mango Lentil Soup is very easy to make. Green mangoes are also therapeutic in nature and keeps the body temperature down, precisely why the recipe must have originated in some Bengali kitchen during the sweltering summer heat. Summer is slowly waltzing into Dubai. A few more days and suddenly the celsius scale would be touching the 40ºC on a … Read More Aam Dal or Mango Lentil Soup – A summer combat
Easter is here. Springtime’s here. Time for the Z-Sisters to get all excited – it’s time for Bunnies to bring in the chocolate eggs. Only this time, I tell them, that there’s going to be no chocolate eggs. The Easter bunnies have learnt to cook and they are going to bring in cooked eggs! ‘I want white eggs!’ says Li’l Zl. Easy – she’s … Read More Easter Egg Curry Cooked By Easter Bunnies!