Maam Pithe – Makar Sankranti Delicacy with a Twist!

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ong festivals are Timeless and worth celebrating for their cultural touch and aligned stories from the pages of our history. The tradition that we follow through generations makes us who we are amongst the world. Makar Sankranti is one such festival, observed in the month of January and is celebrated by preparing traditional desserts at home that includes primarily ground rice and the Bong seasonal delicacy called jaggery. Today I will be sharing the recipe of Maam Pithe, which is little different from the other Sankranti specialities as the primary ingredient used here is Cottage Cheese

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‘Ilish Shukto’ – Sharing the Secret Recipe from Granny’s Kitchen!

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ost Bong celebrations are considered to be incomplete without fish in the menu. Being in rainy season Hilsa tops the list of Bong gluttonous thirst. Typically known for it's unique flavour, silver lining body and lip smacking oil, hilsa is cooked in multifarious ways. Some loves it just fried, some die to have steamed Hilsa and oodles of Bongs prepare hilsa in thick mustard curry. Besides, doi hilsa is quite popular too. Here I am sharing the recipe of Shukto hilsa or 'Ilish Shukto'. This is a vegetable stew with the royal fish and the dish holds a legendary value of our culture which brings b

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