BRING THE COLOURS OF NATURE INTO YOUR MORNING CUP OF TEA

Cooking and presentation of the dishes in the most enticing manner is not just a skill, but is also an expression of an aesthetic mind that is inclined towards exploring and experimenting with food. This two-pronged approach of exploring and experimenting with food adopted by every culinarian today was in vogue even long time back […]

Ronga Jobaphulor Chah or Red Hibiscus Tea

Ingredients: Hibiscus blossoms—5 Water—for three cups of tea Cinnamon—one small piece Sugar or misri (optional)—to be added by those who prefer a sweet taste Method: Clean the flowers by gently washing them. Boil water with the cinnamon piece. Boil till the cinnamon softens and then add the flowers before turning off the stove. Discard the […]

Sewali Phulor Chah or Night-flowering Jasmine Tea

Ingredients:- Night flowering jasmine—15 to 20 flowers, those who do not like bitter taste can use just the white petals after removing the stems Whole black pepper—2 or 3 (half grounded) Jaggery (optional)—1 teaspoon for those who prefer a sweet taste (you can use sugar, honey or misri also instead of jaggery) Water—sufficient for two […]