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Neem Leaves Fritters

Do you love to eat bitter food. Well for many it's very hard to swallow bitter food. Azadirachta indica, most commonly known as neem tree has lots of medicinal value. It's leaves has a bitter taste and has been used in Ayurveda from ancient times in India. Neem leaves has anti bacterial properties which can help in many skin problems. Fresh neem leaves paste can be used in treating few skin problems like insect bites, pimples, itching etc. Like other bitter food, neem leaf is also good for liver function.

You can chew neem leaf raw or by stir frying.  But if you make fitters of neem leaves by dipping into a batter and then frying on hot oil,  you'll not find it too bitter . Here I'm sharing a simple recipe of neem leaves fritters . Do try this, I'm sure you'll definitely like it.

Neem Leaves Fritters 📎Cuisine : Indian 🔪Preparation Time : 5 minutes ♨Cooking Time : 5 minutes  🕞Total : 10 minutes

 10-12 neem leaves  1/2 cup chickpea flour  1 tbsp rice fl…

Steamed Sticky Rice Cake with Coconut (ভাপত দিয়া বৰা চাউল আৰু নাৰিকলৰ কেক)

Sticky rice in Assamese Bora saul (বৰা চাউল) is a variety of glutinous rice found in Assam. Bora saul is mostly used during Bihu festivals to make til pitha, narikol pitha and ghila pitha (rice cakes). Sticky rice is an important ingredient of Assamese cuisine. Assamese like to eat boiled sticky rice also with curd and jaggery(jolpan) and also with meat or vegetables. Assamese cuisine is different from the mainland India and is  very similar to Southeast Asian cuisines.

Yesterday I made a steamed sticky rice cake with coconut.  It's a very simple recipe. During Bihu, after making pitha, we used to make this sticky rice cake from the leftover sticky rice powder at my mother's place. Assamese like to serve this cake with tea only as dessert or sweet at the end of the meal is generally not practised. But sticky rice cake is a perfect recipe to serve  as a dessert.
Steamed Sticky Rice Cake with Coconut 
📎Course : Dessert  📎Cuisine : Assamese (Indian)  🔪Preparation Time : 5 minutes ♨…

Indian style Veg Pizza on Tawa

Pizza without using oven is possible.  We can make pizza on tawa or pan. It's very simple and need not much afford.

In my previous post I shared the recipe of how to make pizza base at home without using oven. From two cups of flour I made four medium sized pizza base.  Using those pizza base I made one veg pizza for me and my husband, one simple chicken pizza for my son and one sweet corn pizza for my daughter. But if you don't want to make your own pizza base at home you can  buy pizza base from the store.

The procedure of making these pizzas are the same.  So today I'm going to share the recipe of veg pizza which I made without using oven.

Indian style Veg Pizza on Tawa :

📎Course : Main Course  📎Cuisine : World  🔪Preparation Time : 15 minutes ♨Cooking Time : 20 minutes  🕞Total : 35 minutes
🍴Servings : 1


1 medium sized pizza base 1 medium onion, chopped in small squares 1 small tomato, chopped in small squares 1  or 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1/4 cup of sweet…

Simple Pizza base Recipe made on Tawa (অভেন ব্যৱহাৰ নকৰাকৈ বনোৱা পিজ্জা বেচ)

Pizza base is a flat shaped bread. You can buy pizza base from the store but making pizza base at home is not that tough one. I made simple pizza base today on tawa. I'm thinking of making pizza in the evening using these pizza bases, the recipe of which I'll share later.  Today I'm going to share simple pizza base recipe made without using oven.

Simple Pizza base Recipe made on Tawa ( অসমীয়াত ৰেচিপি তলত পাব)

📎Course : Main Course  📎Cuisine : World  🔪Preparation Time : 15 minutes ♨Cooking Time : 20 minutes  🕞Total : 35 minutes
🍴Servings : 4


2 cups maida (all purpose flour) ( 2 কাপ মইদা)1 teaspoon yeast ( 1 চাহ চামুচ ইষ্ট)1/2 teaspoon salt (1/2 চাহ চামুচ নিমখ)1 teaspoon sugar (1 চাহ চামুচ চেনি)2 tablespoons semolina (2 চামুচ চেমলিনা)1 tablespoon olive oil / vegetable oil (1 চামুচ তেল)1 cup lukewarm water (or as required) (1 কাপ কুহুমীয়া গৰম পানী)
In a bowl take maida, yeast, salt, sugar, semolina and oil. Mix well. Add lukewarm water and make a soft dough. …

Fish Egg Bhurji | Scrambled Fish Egg and Bamboo shoots

My blog has completed 3 years of its blogging journey this August, but the blog still needs to grow and I have still need to learn many things. This is the first post of the 4th year of my blogging journey and it is about a simple recipe of scrambled fish egg or fish egg bhurji . I made this recipe little special by adding "khorisa"- grated and fermented bamboo shoots. 

Fish usually lay eggs during monsoon season. Therefore there is a ban on fishing during monsoon in local rivers and ponds in Assam so that the local fishes do not get extinguished. The exported fish and fish from the fisheries are available in the market and fish roe or fish eggs are also widely available during the season. It is usually served as fritters, or as deep fried or shallow fried. Making scrambled fish eggs is very easy and it tastes very yummy.

Monsoon is also the season for bamboo shoots. During this season the raw bamboo shoots are widely available and therefore we preserve it in bottles for ferme…