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Malai Chicken and A Very Happy New Year 2014

I thought we  should greet the new year 2014 in royal style . So here is a very delicious royal malai chicken recipe for you all. This is spicy yummy creamy North Indian specialty dish. I am sure you all will like this recipe of malai chicken. With that I want to wish all the friends and readers of Sutapa’s Indian Cuisine A very prosperous happy joyful and splendid New Year 2014. Keep showing your love and support and keep this blog growing. Thank you.

Kollu Thogayal

I am taking this yummy chutney Kollu Thogyal  for today's Potluck Party Cyber Style. This is from my friends Anitha's kitchen. This chutney is new to me but loved spicy tangy corase texture paired it with rice but have plan to try it with my favorite butter onion dosa, I am sure it will rock. Thanks Anitha for this wonderful share. You make the last weekend of the year truly yummy.No addition and alteration from my part sharing as created by her.

Golda Chingrir Rezala With Onion Rice Happy Christmas Special

Golda Chingri ( scampi /lobster) is one of the most favourite seafood in all parts of India. Rezala is a Mughlai touch rich white sauce, chicken rezala is more common but I try it with scampi and I must say if you try it.... you will be surely mesmerized by the taste of this tempting dish. To pair with it I prepared onion rice and for starter... it’s yummy crispy scampi head fry.... mainly in Bengal it is called golda chingrir matha bhaja. This scampi head fry is a very old traditional Bengali recipe. So for Christmas lunch or dinner if you have special love for prawn then make a full spread of this prawn platter and enjoy with your loved ones. I am sure you will love it and it will make your festive day shine. Today for the readers of Sutapa’s Indian Cusine here come these three exotic recipes back to back ...a gift for Happy Christmas. Wish you all very Happy Christmas.

Bhaja Moong Dal

Bhaja Mong Dal is a delicious preparation from Bengali Cusine. In today’s Potluck Party Cyber Style I am taking this. Hope all my friend will love it. Bhaja means fried but the technique of cooking is bit different. It is exotic and rich dal recipe we mainly have it with steamed rice accompanied with fried eggplant in the begin of the full course menu. Take a look how I twist and turn the traditional recipe to make it more delicious.