Chatpate Kadu Ki Sabji

Do you know that Eating Kadu (Pumpkin) is good for the heart. The fiber, potassium, and vitamin C content in pumpkin all support heart health. Consuming adequate potassium is almost as important as decreasing sodium intake for the treatment of hypertension (high-blood pressure).

Chana Dal Paratha (Bengal Gram)

You will find that this Chana Dal (Bengal Gram) Paratha has a unique texture and rich flavour, which is a class apart from the rest of parathas ranging from potato, green peas and other veggies to cooked moong dal and even spinach . While the basic dough is a […]

Gobi Musallam

Gobhi Musallam is a very presentable and non Spicy north Indian dish for parties, dinners and for special occasions. Musallam is a mughal word meaning whole and this dish means a whole Gohbi (cauliflower). It is a nice change from the usual Gobi aloo ki sabzi and it is […]

Lobia (Black Eye Beans) Curry

The Lobia (लोभिया), black-eyed bean, a legume, is a subspecies of the cowpea, grown around the world for its medium-sized, edible bean. In North India and Pakistan, black-eyed beans are called lobia or rongi and cooked like daal, served with boiled rice.

Khajur (Dates) Roll

Khajur Roll is Sweetened rolls loaded with dates and dry fruits. Best thing about this desert / sweet dish is that there is no sugar in this, yes you read it correct “No Sugar” sweet dish.

Green Tea Sandesh

Sandesh (Bengali: সন্দেশ Shôndesh; Sylheti: হান্দেশ Handesh; Hindi: संदेश) is a Bengali dessert created with milk and sugar. Today we will make sandesh with one of the most healthy ingredient i.e. Green Tea. Sometime its just fun to be Casual Chef…

Mango Rice (Chatpate Rice)

Chatpate Mango Rice is just yummy, once big reason is because we all just love mangoes whether it in raw or ripe form. I know just with the name of mango you have watering mouth…Don’t forget raw mango is best Partner of expecting mothers… So lets see how to […]