Wednesday, June 17, 2009


Let's see :

By Me....

Maggi (don't laugh, mine tastes really good !!!)
Chnirer polao
Veg Chowmin
Grilled cheese & turkey sandwich
Grilled cheese, tomato & cilantro sandwich
Bread Poha
Sunfeast pasta
Tomato Rice

Mashed Potatoes

Moong Dal
Pindi Chana
Pineapple-Mushroom-Capsicum Chana

Garlic Spinach
Dim Pnauruti
Doi Phulkopi
Bnadhakopir Dalna
Bnadhakopir Jungka (supposedly a Goan dish)
Phulkopir Chhnechki
Masala Gobi
Kumror Chnnechki
Shorshe Bhindi
Jhinge Narkel
Doodh Jhinge /Lau
Pepe Ghonto
Chili Paneer
Paneer Butter Masala
Matar Paneer

Palak Paneer
Chili Mushroom
Deemer Dalna
Mixed veg scrambled eggs
Pabda Machher Jhaal
Doi Maachh (Curd fish)
Garlic Butter Tilapia
Dhaniya Chicken
Chicken Chettinad
Chicken Korma

Mild Shahi Korma
Ginger Chicken
Creamed Spinach
Cream-Cheese Okra

Mushroom-Capsicum Okra
Shnosha- Narkel Mixed Veg Curry with Black Pepper

Spring Onions with Tomatoes
Doi Begun
Stuffed Masala Brinjal
Soyabean Curry
Butter Soyabean
Tomato Chutney
Papaya Chutney
Gajorer Halwa
Fruit Salad
Shimayer Payesh
Coconut Laddoo
Blueberry/Cherry Vanilla Cake

Chocolate Vanilla Cake

By K...

Mixed veg Khichuri
Vegetable Fried Rice
Chicken Biriyani
Mooger Dal
Musoor Dal
Chholar Dal
Pindi Chana
Keema Matar
Chingri Malai Curry

Tomato Fish
Chilli Fish
Tandoori Pomfret
Machher Jhaal (Mustard fish)

Chicken Biriyani
Chicken Capsicum
Butter Chicken
Masala Chicken
Chilli Chicken
Malabari Chicken
Sweet & Sour Chicken

Tandoori chicken kababs
Lucknow Masala Murgh
Chicken sausage-mixed veg spicy curry
Lamb Rogan Josh
Shorshe Kumro-Phulkopi
Bandhakopi Stir-Fry
Various permutations & combinations of mixed veggies
Shimayer Payesh

Not half bad !!!


Clytemnestra said...

Please consider me a daily dinner guest at your place once you are back! :D

Suchismita said...

Er, Jungka sounds more Sikkim than Goa. I have not heard of that dish, and asked a few ethnic Goans. They don't know either so can you please send me the recipe?

Casuarina said...

@ Suchismita : My source of information regarding the Goanese origins of this dish is a well known cookbook by Leela Majumdar (the same) and Kamala Chattopadhyay,published by Ananda Publishers Pvt Ltd in Aug 1979 and titled quite simply 'Rannar Boi'. It was priced in those days at Rs 15.

Here's the recipe :

Bandhakopir Jungka


Cabbage, 1 whole
Besan, half cup
Lemon Joice/Tamarind
Green Chilli, 4
Curry leaves / Coriander Leaves
Shredded Coconut, half
Whole mustard (shorshe) seeds, 1 and a half tsp
Oil, 2 serving spoons


Shred cabbage head very finely.

Keep besan dissolved in half a cup of water.

Heat oil, then add the mustard seeds, stir for 5 mins.

Add dissolved besan and curry leaves/coriander leaves.

Stir for a while. Then add 1 cup of water and boil for 15 mins.

When the water seems to have been absorbed, add salt, lemon juice/tamarind, shredded coconut, green chilli and cover.

Remove from gas after about 5 mins.

Suchismita said...

Thanks a ton, honey !! Shall send the recipe to my neighbour right away.

Casuarina said...

@ Suchismita : Wlc :)

@ Clytemnestra : Consider yourself family, sweetheart !

Sujoy Bhattacharjee said...

Reads much better than the awful menu at the office canteen where the only difference between chicken hariyali and chicken sofiyana is the name. said...

Good blog.

Clytemnestra said...

Shon, do me a favour. Ei shob ranna gulor recipe ekta separate post e compile kor plzzzzzzz. I drool everytime I read it! And could you also plz highlight the new additions so that we know whats new on the menu? Onek somoy aagey-r list ta money thake na..... :-)

Casuarina said...

@ Clytemnestra : That would be a huge post...maybe I could create a different blog itself for that... I think that would be easier, wht do u think ?

And yes, thanku for the 'highlighting' idea...I've tried that, so now u knw which are the latest additions to the list !

Monidipa said...

you my friend are are genius! a true genius.


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