Almost every kitchen gardener grows those coriander plants during the winter season. Almost every kitchen has those coriander leaves in their inventory. It does not end here. Almost every Indian dish, you can add those fresh coriander leaves to make your dish more delicious & flavorful. Yes, it is such an essential spice for Indian cuisine. It is used to make various dishes. But there are only a few dishes which are prepared totally based on coriander leaves. This mouthwatering dhone patar chatni is one of those dishes. Did you ever try such hot, sweet & sour coriander leaves chutney? [Read more…] about Mouthwatering dhone patar chatni; Best coriander leaves chutney
Though every single person does not love methi bhaji ki sabji because it has a strong & unique flavor. Anybody can identify a methi ki sabji because of its special flavor & slightly bitter taste. But still whoever like the flavor of fenugreek (methi) also like any kind of methi bhaji ki sabji. Adding fresh feenugreek leaves make any dish very mouth-watering. It also has slightly spicy smell. That is why there are many people who love such dishes a lot. Particularly in Northern Indian states, most people love methi ki sabji. In West Bengal, it is also very popular. [Read more…] about Best methi bhaji ki sabji; Yummy methi ki bhaji for an awesome meal
Almost everybody loves this Indian spinach saag across the country. In Northern Indian state, it is known as palak saag whereas we Bengali people know this as palong shaak. This leafy vegetable is used to make various delicious dishes. It is also easily available across the country and very easy to grow in the Indian climate. Almost every kitchen gardener grow this leafy vegetable in their garden during the winter season. People living in villages grow this leafy vegetable in their backyard. Lastly, nowadays people know that is it also nutritious as experts say so. [Read more…] about Indian spinach saag – Why this leafy vegetable is so popular?
When I am writing this post, the price of most vegetables dropped significantly. I mean when two or three weeks ago prices of many essential vegetables/spices were very high. But the scenario was not the same today. Today potatoes, onions, tomatoes etc are available at a very low price. Many farmers are worried due drop in the price of such vegetables. In fact, two medium-size cauliflowers are available at Rs 10. I do not know how they are actually making a profit. In fact, the storage cost of such perishable vegetable is very high. So when supply increases suddenly and demand is almost the same then drop in price will definitely happen. But here I will share the vegetable price list for the month of December 2020 in Kolkata, WB, India. [Read more…] about Vegetable price list – December 2020, Kolkata, WB, India
This winter, I am growing almost every type of vegetables in my rooftop kitchen garden. I am also growing those organically. Though in the middle of December, I am getting a good amount of sem phali/sheem/hyacinth beans, brinjals, spinach (palak), coriander leaves, tomatoes. But radish was the performer of the month in November 2020. I grew red radishes in 8 pots. I got 33 radishes throughout the month of November. Those were good in size, fresh & full of nutrition values. [Read more…] about Performer of the month – November 2020 – radish/mooli