Mouthwatering chicken niblets, perfect for snack platter. These niblets are lightly spiced then coated in naga sauce for a fiery flavour.
Mixed grill, variety of meats, chicken niblets, mutton chops and boneless chicken pieces marinated and grilled. This is then served on a large tray with naga sauce and lemon wedges.
Bangladeshi mouthwatering snack, spicy Chana Chur/Bombay Mix. This is a popular street food in Bangladeshi and it has to be one of my favourite snacks too.
Mouthwatering chicken tikka pieces, marinated with spices and Patak’s tikka marinade then finally baked in the oven using skewers. These delicious pieces can be served inside a wrap or on its own with salad and your favourite dip.
Delicious pastry triangles filled with spiced shredded chicken and potatoes. This is perfect as a starter or snack.
Saag Aloo, also known as spinach and potato, is a tasty side dish or can be eaten as a light meal with rice or naan bread.
Bangladeshi Alo/Potato Chatni, also known as Alo Bortha in Bengali, this is made with grilled mashed potatoes, dry roast chillies, fresh coriander, onions, salt and mustard oil. This is a mouthwatering recipe passed on to me from my mother. This is perfect on its own or as a side dish with any other meat dishes.
Lightly fried soft cottage cheese cubes, cooked with spinach in spiced onions. This tastes great served with garlic and coriander naan bread.
Bangladeshi style, simple vegetable Bhaji perfect for days you’re too busy to cook time consuming dishes. This is served on its own with plain white rice or as a side with any meat dishes of your choice.
Bangladeshi classic sour fish curry using Boroi, also known as Jujube, one of the popular fruits in Bangladesh. Jujube can be eaten fresh too. For this recipe I have used sun dried Jujube and made this delicious sour curry using Bangladeshi Ayre fish. Tenga curry is perfect for summer days and I am sure you will find my step by step recipe very easy to follow.