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Mete Chorchori - Oily Liver Pool

Mete Chorchori - Liver curry in Bengali style Mete Chorchori - Liver Dish in Bengali style By , published by Prasadam: December 20, 2014During these winter days in dinner we tend to lean over to some hot oily food when the temperature hovers near about 10o C. A traditional dish "mete chorchori" [liver curry] is one of the best recipe for the busy weekdays when you do not want to spend much time in cooking nor buying junk meals. One try can fetch you to the kitchen every time, I bet.

5 stars based on 30 reviews | Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 15 minutes | Total time: 25 min | Yield: Medium bowl | Serving size: 2 serving | Calories per serving: 300Ingredients: Chicken/Mutton Liver: 300g, Tomato: 1 large Onion: 2 large, sliced Fresh ginger and garlic paste: 1 tablespoon Powder spices 1 tsp each: Turmeric, red chillies, coriander seeds, black pepper, toasted nutmeg 1 Whole spices: Bay leaves 2,…

Edible Blackberry Malabar Spinach Fruits Mishmash

Prawn pui metuli ghonto - Edible blackberry malabar spinach fruit mishmashPrawn pui metuli malabar spinach fruit ghonto By , published by Prasadam: December 11, 2014Prep time: 00:10 | Cook time: 00:15 | Total time: 00:20 | Yield: 3 servings

Noticing my mom’s joyous spark in her eyes, while seeing the fruits of pui, I embraced her fondly and she encouraged me to cook the "chingri pui metuli with sweet pumpkin",the edible black berry mishmash ghonto. My mother recalled the varieties of shak or leafy vegetables once widely available in the locality. The most favorite shak or herbs included Kalmee, Kochu pata, Nona, Bathua, Dheki, Gima..., no less than forty different varieties are eaten and now because of less availability of leafy vegetables people are forced to buy less and consequently follow only experimentally proven best recipes among the thousands of great recipes.
While seeing the basket full of ripened seeds of “pui metuli” my mom recalled chi…