Posting after a long time. Not a new post. Reblogging one of the old posts. Its my brother’s recipe. My only brother, younger brother. My brave brother lost his battle. Left us early morning on 29th December. Since 2 years he was fighting with cancer. Once survived completely but again within a year. It was so painful to see such pain. Don’t know how to overcome this loss. Really unbearable. He always tried to make everyone happy. A great cook and a real foodie. Always love to cook for all of us. He was unable to eat spicy food these days but want to cook. Whenever we asked him to take rest and please don’t come in the kitchen, he said let me cook its make me happy and I feel better.
Now he is beyond all the pain. Gone from our life to never come back. Emptiness we are feeling never be filled. He can spread the happiness and had a power to win everyone’s hearts. Always ready to help others. We never get any more recipe from him. His smile his words we lost everything.
Radhaballavi or lentil stuffed deep fried Indian flat bread.
A delicious breakfast dish of Bengal.
You can buy it from any sweet shop of Bengal.
A perfect breakfast for Sunday morning.
Radhaballavi is little different from kachori. Radhaballavi is soft and bigger than puri or kachori. Little sweetness in it’s stuffing make it too yummy.
Its taste delicious when cool too.
So its perfect for your picnic.
Monday again and our #Foodiemonday #bloghop theme is #Picnic recipes.
My contribution is yummy radhaballavi.
Radhaballavi goes well with chana/cholar dal or Bengal gram with hing/asafetida and cumin/jeera tempering and dum aloo/aloor dom or spicy potatoes. And yes some sweet too. I am sharing the recipe of dum aloo or spicy potato with radhaballavi.
I got the recipe from my brother Sanjay Gupta. A foodie and a great cook. Every Sunday he loves to cook something for us.
But he don’t like to…
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