This category has been viewed 13358 times
Cuisine > Indian > Bengali >
06 Mar 12
Jackfruit Cutlet (echor Cutlet) by Tarla Dalal
Jackfruit and potatoes combined with spices, pat into heart shape and and deep-fried to make a delectable snack.
16 Apr 14
Jowar Til Nimki by Tarla Dalal
A Bengali style deep-fried snack, made healthy on a tava, also jowar flour and wheat flour are used instead of maida for an additional health touch.
26 Nov 13
Meva Moodi by Tarla Dalal
Crunchy salted dry fruits and puffed rice coated with melted jaggery tossed in pure desi ghee. Crisp and chewy, this is best savoured with your fingers while it is still warm. This snack derives its origin from the streets of Calcutta. Meethi moodi essentially means sweetened puffed rice or mamra. ....
14 Mar 15
Palak Til Jowar Nimki by Tarla Dalal
Small though it is, sesame is a treasure trove of iron, resplendent with a rich aroma too. Here, we have combined til and palak with a dough of jowar and whole wheat flour, to make a modified version of the traditional Bengali nimki. It is also interesting to note that we have cooked the Palak Til J ....
01 Jul 15
Apple Gujiya by Foodie #621387
Apple Gujiya, the traditional festive sweet Gujiya which is normally stuffed with mava gets a fruity twist. Stewed apples, nuts and spices go into making this tradiional sweet treat. This festive season serve Apple Gujiyas and get lots of compliments for the innovative twist to the traditional recip ....
25 Feb 13
Coconut Cookies by Renu's Kitchen
Its easy and so tasty,its tea time recipe.
26 Nov 15
Elo Jhelo Nimki by Motions and Emotions
Elo Jhelo Nimki a popular Bengali snack that is prepared during festivites, it is a salty-sweet snack made using maida and deep fried in oil.
11 Oct 11
Nimbu ki Nimki by rajni ahuja
This nimki is good for digestion and can be kept safely for years together.
22 Feb 13
Paneer Balls by Renu's Kitchen
Tasty and spicy breakfast recipe. Eat with tea or coffee.
27 Nov 12
Parwal Dolma (potoler Dorma ) by Nandini Mitra
A bengali favourite , can be served as a dry accompaniment to everyday dal chawal or( may be added to a tomato onion gravy as a main course dish to be eaten with rice when a prawn filling is added. ) any way one eats this it is delicious. The filling inside can be changed to a non vegetarian one by ....
REGISTER NOW If you are a new user.
Or Sign In here, if you are an existing member.
If your Gmail or Facebook email id is registered with Tarladalal.com, the accounts will be merged. If the respective id is not registered, a new Tarladalal.com account will be created.
Click OK to sign out from tarladalal.
For security reasons (specially on shared computers), proceed to Google and sign out from your Google account.