Eggs Archive

Ilish Maacher Dimer Tenga (A Tangy Assamese Hilsa Roe Dish)

    This Ilish Maacher Dimer Tenga is my absolute favourite. Its rich colour and a pleasant sweet-n-sour taste is quite unlike Bengali fish preparations. Often, a traditional Assamese thali-style meal culminates with a Tenga dish. An incredibly easy recipe with fish, the Assamese Tenga has many versions. You can experiment with any ...Read More

Lagan Nu Custard (Parsi Wedding Custard)

  I am not a Parsi, but does that stop me to celebrate the Parsi New Year or Navroze? So here I am with this freshly baked Lagan Nu Custard to celebrate the Parsi festival in perfect Bawi style. Being able to cook or bake has its own advantages. Yes, it takes ...Read More

Classic French Madeleines

  I baked these Madeleines for the very first time and these came out just perfect. These tasted and looked delicious! My guests told me that these tasted way better than the store-bought ones.     Well, I baked them out of guilt. There were these Scallop Shell Pans that I bought ...Read More

Ilish Macher Dimer Jhuro (Crispy Hilsa Roe Crumble)

    The magic called hilsa or ilish: whenever I cook this Bengali fish, I purposely don’t turn my exhaust fan on. The moment my hilsa or ilish maach touches my wok, my house fills with a delicious aroma of unexplainable uniqueness. While the fish starts to get cooked, I can make ...Read More

Flavoured Sponge Cake

Till today, I tried a number of sponge-cake recipes from different sources. I have now settled to this flavoured sponge-cake recipe, which gives me a soft, fluffy sponge cake each time I make it. This has a light pink hue at its base and tastes just right. I added strawberry syrup and ...Read More

Japanese Omurice with Chicken Teriyaki

Japanese Omurice with Chicken Teriyaki. My kids love the dynamic presentation of Japanese Omuraisu or Omurice (rice covered with omuretsu or omlette, and ketchup drizzled over it) with Grilled Chicken Teriyaki and shallow-fried or grilled vegetables. While in Hong Kong, we had omurice umpteen number of times in Food Republic (Tung Chung). ...Read More

Baked Pasta with Chicken and Vegetables

Once in a month, I love to make Baked Pasta with Chicken and Vegetables for my family. As it is a complete meal in itself, I make just this healthy pasta for the dinner and I am done! This creamy, baked pasta recipe has all the magical ingredients to make it one ...Read More

Stove-Top Asparagus Frittata

My family loves eggs. So I often search for and experiment with different kinds of egg preparations. This is the frittata which I made this Sunday and it was truly delicious! This is the first time I have made frittata myself, although I had tasted a different version of frittata in my ...Read More

Dimer Dalna (An Indian Egg Curry)

Dimer dalna: an Indian egg curry (from West Bengal) Dimer Dalna, or the Bengali egg curry which is often called dimer jhol, is a dish for which I can never refuse to eat! This East-Indian Dimer dalna is an “egg-celent” dish and visually appealing too! Worthwhile to say here is that soft-cooked ...Read More