8 soups that are a must try
Cauliflowers in season pan-roasted with onion and garlic and then cooked into this beautiful creamy cauliflower soup along with roasted almond slivers.
A few refined vegetable stew with seasonal vegetables, flavoured with heeng, and freshly grated ginger and finished with gobindobhog rice flour to give that subtle flavour.
This soup is quickly put together using carrot, peas, beans, cauliflower, potatoes, coconut milk and garnished with peyajkoli
This one is outright love with tender pieces of chicken, halved potatoes, large pieces of papaya and carrot. It has a subtle flavour of Bengali garam masala and the sweetness of onions.
Similar to the chicken stew but more robust in flavour, cooked with freshly grated black pepper and carrot, peas, potatoes.
When Anindya went to Bhutan, he came back with Bhutanese cheese and chili peppers and that prompted me to make this national dish of Bhutan. You can replace Bhutanese cheese with local cheese to make this beautiful stew
This hearty stew made with dried white peas, without the use of onion and garlic is literally a staple in many Bengali homes.
Can we call this a stew? The fish is lightly stewed in coconut milk flavoured with gondhoraj lemon rind, coriander leaves, green chilies and ginger