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Hutki Shira

I’m pretty sure everyone has one or a few dishes that have always been there and stay a staple as the years go by. For myself, Hutki Shira is one those dishes, that has been always there and always will Insha Allah. As a child, it was one of...

Bhuna Masala Wings

This is a very simple recipe, with a handful of ingredients, but the ease of the recipe does not justify the end results in my opinion. We ate these Masala wings as appetisers with a side salad and some mint yoghurt, but it would also be great on a...

Tometoor Tenga

Tomato or Tometoor tenga as my amma would say, is a very simple dish and quick to prepare, which make its prefect for mid week dinner. We eat it with plain rice, but I also like to eat is as a soup which is equally satisfying depending the mood....

Bhindi Bhazi

Bhindi bhazi is very quick and easy to prepare, but above all I love the simplicity of this dish. It’s starts off with a handful of ingredients, but you can add more, change it around to suit your palate’s desire. As I mentioned before, I eat my Bhindi bhazi...

Palak Paneer Pakoras

Pakoras/Bhajis are very popular in our house, especially my Fiyazis (Onion bhajis), my lot could eat them everyday. But, it’s on chilly, wet days that the heart craves especially for them with a hot cup of chai. And that’s why I thought what better than Palak Paneer Pakoras, today. Ingredients: 100g...

Masala Chai Cake

I’ve only drank Masala chai, a handful of times, but every time I drank it, it always brought me a sense of bliss. With every sip I could taste the delicate whole spices and the warmth they bring, encompasses all my senses. From the first time I tasted Masala...

Murghor Akhni

Murghor Akhni is very similar to a Chicken Pulao, with a few differences. It is a very typical and common dish eaten in Sylhet but I believe it’s derived from the Pakistani Yakhni recipe. I’ve come to know that there’s several ways of cooking Murghor Akhni but this is...
I want to share something special today and it doesn’t get any more special than this. There are flavours that work together, and then, there are those that are meant to be together eternally. And for me, that’s Rose, Cardamom and Pistachio. I love the way they work together...

Boroi Tenga

Another perfect dish for these cold winter days. Boroi Tenga, is a typical Sylheti dish consisting of Fish simmered in a sour, tangy broth and that distinctive flavour is achieved by adding a sour element, which in this case is Boroi or the Jujube plum in english. Ingredients: 500g Sea Bass...

Aloo Chops

These little mouthfuls, Aloo Chops, are balls made of seasoned mash potato, that are covered in bread crumbs then deep fried. On the streets of Sylhet, Aloo Chops are a very common street food. Massive karahis for deep frying the balls to a deep golden hue. Served with a...

Fiyazis

As we’re deep into winter now, the number of heavy rainy and windy days has increased, nothing's more comforting than a cup of chai and hot crispy Fiyazis on days like this. My love for these deep-fried crispy mouthfuls came to life with my second pregnancy and has been...
As a child, my diet consisted mainly of fish and my love for fish has grown so much that I try to share the same love with my husband and children. Thus, I prepare fish at least once a week and this Maas Bhuna dish is a favourite that's...