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Mulo Chechki | Bengali Stir-fried Radish

A Bengali winter delicacy where the humble radish shines, its natural sweetness evident in every morsel; goes well with rice, roti or paratha. In Bengali language, the term ‘chechki’ is used for any vegetable that is grated and stir-fried with minimal seasoning. It’s a dish in which the vegetable – radish and pumpkin being the more preferred – are allowed…

Green Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Elevate your mashed potatoes with the sweet earthiness of green garlic for a flavourful version that’s velvety smooth and unique; it works great as a side with meat/fish mains or as stuffing in parathas and sandwiches. Winters mean a variety of greens and brown-paper bags filled with crisp greens, especially green garlic and spring onion. The spring onion bulbs often…

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