This dish is a favorite amongst fish lovers, especially those who love cooked bones of big fishes, like Rui. The hard fish head, fish pieces with bones, tails and fins are used in this recipe. The Moong dal makes a great combination with the fish pieces. It is not very spicy, and is served with steaming plain white rice.
Rui fish is a very common fish in the Bengal. It is made in many different ways, and fish fry is one of the easy recipes amongst all. This dish is spicy and has a thick gravy. It is served with plain white rice.
Bangladesh is known for its wide variety of fishes. This dish is specifically made with various kinds of fishes that do not grow big, but are rather very small in their mature stages. "Pach Mishali" means mixed with 5 different things. This recipe has 5 kinds of fishes which taste really good when they are bought alive right after they are brought to the market. The dish is spicy and has a thin spicy tomato flavored sauce. It is served with plain white rice.
Snake gourd with potatoes and telipiya fish is one of the best combinations to make a fish curry. The sweet slices of snake gourd slices with spicy curry sauce tastes great! It is served with plain white rice.
If you are a vegetarian, then this recipe will be a treat for you! It is very simple to cook, and of course healthy.
It is served with plain white rice.
Lachchi shemai is a dessert cooked on Eid holiday. Family members and friends would come by after the Eid prayer and would have this delicious dessert. It is creamy, sumptuous and milky. It can eaten warm, or can be also served chilled.
Rasgulla or Roshogolla in Bengali is a traditional sweet served on special ceremonies or occasions such as weddings or birthdays. It is also distributed amongst friends and family when a good news comes up, such as a son getting his first job, or a daughter receiving first class in her exams. It is of course sweet, and delicious by itself.
Nokshi or Nakshi Pitha is a traditional dessert that originated in rural areas of Bengal. Designing each pitha involves practice, but also passion. It is believed that traditionally women used to express their inner thoughts through these designs. These pithas are brought in for wedding ceremonies, and are also given to the groom's family as gifts.
Teel or sesame seeds are toasted and covered in warm jaggery to make these yummy balls of ecstatic sweetness. These are delicious by themselves!
Chirar Mowa ( round balls made of flattened rice and palm date jaggery) is a traditional sweet snack item. It is eaten in the afternoon with tea. It is also delicious by itself.
Carrot halwa or gajor er halwa is often made for celebrating the auspicious night of Shab-e-barat. It is sweet, and is delicious by itself. It can be also served with parathas or loochis.
Korolla or Kerala ( bitter gourd) seeds are as healthy as the vegetable itself. It is easy to make and is served with plain white rice.
Sholka is a very healthy food, native in Rangpur region of Bangladesh. It is very easy to make and is served with plain white rice.
This is a simple recipe for crunchy, crispy and spicy fried foli fish. It can be served by itself, or with plain rice.
Dherosh or lady finger is a vegetable widely available in the Bengal. Its gluey texture makes this dish quite unique. This is a quick recipe as lady fingers do not take too long to cook. It is served with plain white rice.
This curry recipe is Rangpur region of Bengal. Kochu or taro has a distinct gluey texture that makes this dish quite unique. The fresh tamarind extract sprinkled on top of the curry also gives it a different edge. It is served with plain white rice.
Vegetable Dal Bora is a traditional curry native in Rangpur region of Bangladesh. This dish is not so spicy and is served with plain white rice.
This is a quick and easy fry that can be served with plain white rice as a side dish.
This is a rather sweet and spicy dish of Ilish fish. It is native to Rongpur region in Bangladesh. It is served with plain white rice.
This is a quick spicy snack with flour, semolina and bread. It is delicious by itself.