mackerel fish recipe Indian Bengali style salad

mackerel fish recipe Indian Bengali style salad

How to make this quick and easy simple Bangladeshi recipe usingmackerel fish or sardine in vegetable oil or sunflower oil.
all you need a 1/2 tin of mackerel or sardine depend on how many serving.
1 large onion chopped then squeeze the juice out, chopped some fresh coriander 2/3 green chili if you prefer hot.
add all the ingredient together pure tiny amount of salt then mix.

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Top 10 Indian Spices

Top 10 Indian Spices

In its basic form spices are fresh or dried seeds, and other substances used for flavouring or colouring food. But
what makes them so healthy? Well many spices have what’s known as antimicrobial properties, making them
perfect for helping to prevent meat from spoiling. Some spices even have medicinal uses too, for example garlic is
a good antibiotic. Aside from the obvious health benefits, spices also make Indian meals taste distinctive and
delicious too! Here is a list of our top 10 favourite spices used in Indian cooking, shown in alphabetical order:

A common but perhaps sometimes unheard-of spice, it is used to harmonise the mixture of flavours of many meals
in Indian cooking. Traditionally used for treating most digestive complaints.

One of several popular spices used in garam masala for curries, traditional Indian sweets, and in spiced tea,
cardamom has excellent health benefits. It is often used in South Asia to treat teeth and gum infections and
digestive complaints.

(also known as “red chilli pepper”)
Commonly used in Indian cooking, cayenne pepper is high in vitamin A, which helps to boost your body’s
metabolism. It plays a vital role in helping to maintain several body functions such as eyesight and skin health, and
is also known for its antioxidant properties.

Used in a variety of foods, beverages, and even as a food preservative, cinnamon also helps to control glucose
levels in diabetics by lowering blood-sugar spikes after meals.

In leaf form, coriander has a slightly citrus taste. Commonly used as a spice with garam masala and as a thickener
in curries, coriander contains antioxidants that help to prevent food from spoiling and in traditional medicine is
used to provide relief from insomnia and anxiety.

This particular spice is known for its distinctive flavour and aroma. Known in India as jeera, it is used mainly as a
flavouring agent to help enhance the taste of Indian dishes, and also as one of the key ingredients of curry powder.
Cumin is a source of fibre and iron.

Widely used not just in Indian cuisine but also in all sorts of meals generally, garlic is renown for its pungent
flavour that sweetens and mellows as it is cooked. Garlic is well known for its anti-bacterial, anti-viral and antifungal properties.

A common spice used with lentil curries (dal) and other Indian dishes, ginger is well known for its medicinal
properties. Ginger has been traditionally used to help with upset stomachs, arthritis, and joint pains.

Known for its sharp taste and hot flavour, in Indian cooking mustard seeds are often fried in hot cooking oil and
then mixed with other spices, which are then added as a garnish to a dish. Mustard is well known for its medicinal
properties, such as alleviating digestive problems.

Exhibiting a slightly earthy, peppery flavour, turmeric is a significant spice used in most curry powders. Studies
have shown that it can provide pain relief, acting as an anti-inflammatory.

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mushroom bhaji Indian recipe side dish

mushroom bhaji Indian recipe side dish

 mushroom bhaji one of the most popular side dish in Indian restaurants in the UK easy and simple to make, all the ingredient you need to make this delicious dish.
some button or closed cap mushroom.
1 large onion chopped  1 table spoon veg oil and rest 1 teas spoon of coriander powder,haldi powder,mix powder,tiny amount red chill powder,salt to taste, some fresh coriander if you have some, watch the video below.


we tend to use Bolt curry powder and Raja powders for all our curries at home

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how to make chicken heart Indian recipe bhaji Bengali style

To make chicken heart bhaji 
how to make chicken heart Indian recipe  bhaji Bengali style you need all the ingredients below 
You need some chicken heart
2 chopped onion
2/3 bay leaf
3/4 cardamom
2 clove garlic crushed (you can use ready made Paste)
1 small piece of ginger Shredded (you can use ready made Paste)
2 tablespoon vegetable oil
salt to your taste
1 tea spoon mild curry powder (bolt brand we use you can use any)
1 tea spoon mix curry powder
1 tea spoon jeera powder
1 tea spoon haldi powder
1 tea spoon chilli powder (if you prefer Hot)
warm the frying pan then tip in veg oil, next put in all the raw ingredient give it a good steer put the lid on for about 5 minutes to smear till the onion becomes  soft and soggy then add the spices, mix well in for 2 to 3 minutes put the lid on for few more minutes till the spices turn golden brown, now add the chicken heart mix all in, put on the lid leave to cook for 10/15 minutes on slow gas.
You can add fresh coriander or if you prefer hot you may put in few green chilies.

  

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chicken curry with potato murgh ar aloo tarkari

chicken curry with potato

chicken curry with potato murgh ar aloo tarkari traditional home cooking one of the most popular Bengali dish.
ingredient for this dish.

approx 1kg broiler chicken, 2 large onion chopped,4/5 bay leaf,3/4 cinnamon stick,3/4 green Elachi(cardamon ) 1 large ginger + 4/6 clove of garlic smashed,7/8 baby potato cut in half, 2 tablespoon vegetable oil, 1 tea spoon holdi powder,11/2 tea spoon jeer powder, 2 1/2 tea spoon mix curry powder, 1 1/2 teas spoon curry powder, 1 teas spoon gram masala.

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Bengali Nimki

Bengali Nimki

Bengali nimki sweet triangular shaped crispy snack deep fried light spiced old fashioned style flour cookies

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Indian Masala Tea

How to make spicy Indian tea or masala tea best ingredients herbal chai favorite hot drink in different parts of India and Bangladesh Indian masala tea masala chai best banarasi kitchen flavored tea beverage Indian spice and herbs.

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Best tuna pasta recipes

Best tuna pasta recipes

 

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Special Fried Rice

 

Special Fried Rice

A versatile fried rice dish cooked in the British Indian Restaurants ingredients whole green chilli,vegetable oil,chopped onion,peas,an egg and pinch of salt some pure ghee,touch of mix curry powder and tiny amount haldi powder, finally basmati rice and some chopped coriander.

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Spinach Fry

Spinach fry a very popular Bengali dish very easy to make and very tasty,the following ingredient are need to make this dish.

some fresh spinach,garlic,onion,pure ghee or vegetable oil,salt and tiny amount of mix curry powder,holdi powder,coriander powder.
6 bunch of fresh coriander chopped into small pieces
5/6 clove of garlic chopped or grated
2/3 onion chopped
2 tablespoon of pure ghee or vegetable oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon mix curry powder
1 teaspoon holdi powder
1 teaspoon coriander powder

heat frying pan add ghee or vegetable oil bring it to sizzling heat add garlic sizzle it for few minutes then add onion give it a good mix, put in all the spices mix it in,put the led on leave it for about five minutes on slow gas till the onion has become soft, now add the cut spinach stirring well in and leave to cook for about half an hour on slow gas. serve with plain white rice.

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