Bengali cuisine

VEDA Restaurant shares Bhagare Prawns recipe from Durga Puja 2013 menu

Posted on: 8th Oct, 2013

What is the latest on your Durga puja menu 2013? Are you going to cook and serve your friends something from the regular menu? If no, then try Bhagare Prawns with festive flavor from Bengali cuisine. VEDA Restaurant, a brainchild of Rohit Bal and Alok Agarwal in Mumbai, shares the recipe of Bhagare Prawns with […]

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Mutton Kasha – The Thakurbari Style for 25th Baisakh

Posted on: 8th May, 2012

Tomorrow is 25th Baisakh, an auspicious day of utmost significance for the Bengalese. It is the birthday of one of the noblest personalities ever born. Rabindranath Tagore, the poet, painter and philosopher was born on 7th May, 1861. However, the birthday is celebrated according to the Bengali calendar. Thakurbari – the great Tagore family is […]

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Patrani Machi – fusion Bengali recipe to flavor up your festive feel

Posted on: 13th Apr, 2012

Bengalis are quite famous for their Matsa Priti (fondness for fish). Be it a small get-together or a big bash, the Piscean friends never fail to make their royal appearance on the guests’ menu plate. Be it roadside dhabas or celebrity restaurants, the fish delicacies are top among the ‘most wanted’. The city’s fav dining […]

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Potoler Dorma – old gold charm of traditional Bengali recipes

Posted on: 13th Apr, 2012

Kathay ache, Bangalir baro mase tero parbon. Literally translating, the saying goes ‘The Bengalese celebrates festivals throughout the year’. Mercury is going up threatening to invite more heat and humidity but that hardly dampens the spirit of the Bengali Saheb and Memsaheb to fill their bags full of new buys for this coming Poila Baisakh […]

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Tajine Chicken – Enjoy the Moroccan recipe this festive season

Posted on: 10th Apr, 2012

Continuing its journey with fusion food to perk up the celebration spirit this coming Bengali New Year or Poila Baisakh, Slice of Real Life wishes its readers to go to the extent of their imagination and innovation with Tajine Chicken. This way they can add twitching stroke to the exotic recipes so as to make […]

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Chanar Kalia: A spicy toast to Bengali New Year celebration

Posted on: 25th Mar, 2012

Poila Baisakh or Bengali New Year is celebrated with equal fervor in both halves of Bengal. Either 14th or 15th of April is the day for Bengali New Year celebration. In West Bengal, Poila Baisakh is preceded by Charak Mela where people especially kids enjoy a lot by gorging on the roadside chatpata khabar (fast […]

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Enchorer Korma – Discover Authentic Bangladeshi Veg Cuisine

Posted on: 14th Mar, 2012

Bangladesh is almost like a khajana of great cuisines. In general, the East Bengal (present Bangladesh) people are much fond of spicy spreads, be it vegetable dish or non-vegetable delicacy. Though non-vegetable Bangladeshi preparations are a favorite with the foodies, but vegetable dishes do not lag much behind in popularity. Slice of Real Life shares […]

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Hilsa Paturi: a bond with authentic Bangladeshi cuisine

Posted on: 14th Mar, 2012

‘Machhe Bhate Bangalee’! There are only a few Bengalis who are not familiar with this saying. Literally translating, it means that the Bengalis live on two staple foods – rice and fish. Though continental foods are in and Mughlai magic is all time favorite with the Bengalis, still they have a soft corner for their […]

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