Rinku Bhattacharya

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A beautiful comforting and homey pudding something that my grandmother often made as treat steamed in tightly closed stainless steel bowls until it reached soft comforting indulgent perfection. The potent yet magical ingredient in this bread pudding are the raisins which can be soaked for up to a week. This...
This dish is inspired by a signature class Bengali preparation of goat meat called Kosha Mangsho or Slow Cooked Mutton Curry. What I have done to this dish is to add fingerling potatoes, baby carrots and use lamb instead of the goat meat, keeping the recipe a little more accessible. The...
My grandmother had a recipe, that she liked to call Doi Moorgi, something that my mother often colloquially called Moorgir Korma, or Chicken Korma. This was essentially a light tasting creamy recipe with chicken slow cooked in thick yogurt, laced with fried onions, finished with a sprinkling of nuts...