Thursday, March 2, 2017

Chicken Clear Soup

Hello my foodie friends.....hope y'all are doing good. I know these days writing a blog post is on the side track because some other things have taken the priority. 

Anyway how's the weather treating you these days? Here, in Boston we are still dealing with freezing cold, chilling winds and snow. Keeping the cold aside, who doesn't love snow when you're sitting at home with your cuppa, munching over your favorite cookie and gazing the view from your apartment window. 



One more thing that is synonym to winters are Soups. We both are soup lovers whether it's Tom Yum Soup, Hot n Sour Soup,Tomato Soup, SweetCorn Soup or Chicken Soup. We love them all. Today, I thought of sharing a very simple recipe of Chicken Clear Soup right from scratch. It is simple to make and at the same time very healthy and refreshing.


This soup needs very few ingredients which are easy on stomach and make you feel good even when you are sick. So, let's enjoy this recipe.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Nolen Gurer Sandesh......Date Palm Jaggery Fudge (Revisited)


Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous NEW YEAR 2017. May this year brings lot of happiness in your life. Hope you all had enjoyed the festive season and the new year celebrations with your friends and families and of course with lot of food. 

For Indians, the festivities are not over yet. It's that time when we all celebrate the Harvest festival which is known as "Makar Sankranti" in India. We Bengalis called this festival as "Poush Sankranti" as this festival marks the ending of Bengali month called "Poush". This festival is also known for the reason of making "Pithes" so another name for this festival is "Pithe Parbon".



To embark this festival of "Pithes" I thought of making Gurer Sandesh with our favorite Nolen Gur or Date Palm Jaggery. Since, my parents came to visit us from India they had brought few beautiful molds which are used to shape these sandesh. This recipe is very simple to prepare, you just need to keep an eye so that it doesn't stick to the bottom. 


Let's begin with the recipe: