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50 comments:

  1. bangla hole valo hoto ektu... at least ingredients gulor naam...

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  2. We have viewers from different country. So we have to write it in English. But we made the kitchen dictionary where you can find Bangla name of various ingredients.
    Thank you

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  3. Great job Arju and Sumi apu. The site looks great.

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  4. Thank you apu. We want your special recipe here.

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  5. yeah... the kitchen dictionary is a good idea... thanks...

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  6. very nice work and really organized. I tried some of the items. they are really good. Thumbs up to you . - Upoma

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  7. I have to say, I could never make anything so delicious without this website...

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  8. i found this page by accident-im glad i did. this is great. i made dhal pokaras,my mum was very impressed-i didnt tell her i got this site for help!

    could u pleaz do different types of snacks-e.g the sagoo borah,its deep fried but soft and chewy inside-i have no idea how to make it.

    thank you

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  9. hi,
    Thank you so much and we are glad that this page helped you so much.
    We will try to upload various snacks. And we don't have the sagoo borah recipe, but we are trying to find it. As soon as we find it we will upload it.
    Thanks again.

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  10. The time and effort to do this is very admirable in busy life abroad. I like several things: the name of the website, making it bilingual, and finally the homely recipes (these do not look fake, original kitchen style has been depicted).

    Spread it more.

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  11. Thanks for the nice comment.We will try our best.

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  12. My cordial gratitude for maintaining such an informative Bangladeshi recipe site. This site distinctively stands far ahead of other Bangladeshi recipe sites.
    I have been looking for Mejbani beef recipe. Do you think you can present one on your site?
    Thanks again. Keep the good work up. Wish you best of luck.

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  13. Hi Hashmi,
    Thanks for your appreciation. We don't have Mejbani beef recipe at present, but we are trying to collect it. If we get the authentic recipe we will post it.
    Thanks again.

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  14. Dear Jahan,
    Ak plate mojadar tokjhal mishti shuvessa tomar jonno for this good work.
    New receipe chai. Jhal jhal bikeler nasta type kisu.
    Regards
    Nilanjona

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  15. Hi Nilanjona,
    tomakeo onek onek suvecha. We are very sorry that we can not uploading recipe for a while. we are trying to give new recipe soon.
    Thanks.

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  17. Thank you so much for making this website. As a Bangladeshi girl living at USA, I can get lots of benefits through reading different recipes and cooking for my husband. Thank you so much again. I have a special request, if you could post how to make Chinese vegetables which we can eat with plain pulao, that would be really great for me. Thanks

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  18. onek dhonnobad shurutei.shamnei Eid.biriyanir sathe side dish hishebe ki kora jai vabchi.kono idea?plz help

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  19. Hi AAA,
    Thank you for your appreciation. We will try to upload Chinese vegetables recipe as soon as possilble.
    Thanks again and stay with us.

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  20. Hi Nahrin,
    tomakeo onek donnobad. biriyanir sathe side dish hisebe ekta kabab rakha jai. ekta vegetable dish like vegetable korma or any light vegetable dish will be great. ecarao apple er achar or sour egplant fry or any kind of pickle briyanir taste barabe.
    Thank you.

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  21. Thnx indeed for the wonderful idea.

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  22. Thnx again for maintaining this lovely website.I tried a lot of recipes on Eid&all of them were superhit!thnx soooo much.best wishes...

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  23. Happy to find your blog....great work

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  24. Hi Nahrin,

    I am so happy I stumbled upon your website! I am a Caucasian American and my husband is originally from Bangladesh. My family enjoys eating Bangladeshi food, but the amount of recipes I can make are limited. I would love to learn how to make roti and shutki for breakfast if you could provide the recipes. I look forward to trying your fish and veggie recipes.

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  25. Hi there!
    This is a great initiative that you are documenting Bangladeshi recipes in this site. I was really impressed to see the pictures, as well. I always tell people that Indian-Bengali cuisine and our cuisine are so distinctly different. Hopefully we will get to see many more delicious recipes from your kitchen soon. How about making videos as well? Thanks again!

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  26. I just happened to see this site. I am truly impressed with the organization of this website and the variety of recipes. Although I haven't tried the recipes yet, I can tell that they are delicious and do a great job preserving our culinary heritage. Keep up the good work!

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  27. Hello Apu,

    You should be commended for your hard work, basic yet great recipes and excellent photos. Keep up the good work, it's often the simple everyday cooking that you don't find much resource for.

    Thanks a lot!

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  28. Hi,
    Many many thanks for all your nice comment. we r very glad to have fans like u. your support is the great inspiration for us.
    Thanks again for your appreciation.

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  29. Hi all. I just love these recipes. U guys r doing such a great job. I cant thank u enough. I dont kno much bangladeshi cooking, i love the food and try to cook it, but it never comes out as tasty. My husband is from bhaka n loves these when i cook for him. All thanks to u. And i ' m happy that its in english. Pls dont change it. also pls pls pls add more pita and dhaka style biryani and kabab recipes. Thank u soooooo much. A very big fan

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  30. Can you please post how to make Bakar Khani? Not the one that is like a toast biscuit that Indians make but the one that is like parata and sweet and tastes delicious. I dont know about other divisions but I ate it alot when I was in Chittagong. was out of this world. Trying to find the recipe but cannot find it anywhere :(

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  31. Nice Blog......regarding kitchen

    Can u pls. share a method/details about Barbecue?????

    Thanks again.
    Manik

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  32. Hi apu, can i have sweet olive pickle recipe?? i mean jolpai er akta achar hoy na ektu mishti mishti and achar ta ektu shukna hoy oita!! pls pls pls keu amake ektu procedure ta din ....!!!

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  33. Could I please get some ideas/recipes for a typical Bangaldeshi Christmas breakfast? Thnx in advance

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  34. Vimeo.com may be a better place to share your videos, as your current site isn't accessible everywhere.

    And perhaps, the pictures could be resized for magnified view? Sadly not all of us have perfect visions.

    Step-by-step instructions with accompanying picture would be best, kind of like this : http://drbenkim.com/how-to-make-sushi.htm

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  35. Hello,
    I really like your blog and thanks so much for all the great recipes. I was wondering do you know how to make Vogh Sagar sweets. Here is the link:
    http://utshob.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=3285

    Please let me know if you know the recipe. Thank you.

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  36. Hi Lupin,
    Thank you for your nice comment. We have heard about that sweet, but we do not have the recipe. We will keep in mind about the recipe of that sweet. If you get the authentic recipe we will share with you.
    Thank you.

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  37. hi,
    you people r doing great job.thanks for the awesome recipes.I have some questions about two recipes.in the pound cake u said to preheat the oven.how long should I turn on the oven to preheat it? And in the kalojam recipe u said to add lemon juice in the syrup.will there be any problem if I want to avoid it?
    I will greatly appreciate ur suggestions.

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  38. Hi Shuborna,
    Thank you for your nice comment.
    When it is said to preheat the oven, it means you need to heat your oven to the desired temperature before bake the cake or anything. In most of the oven when the desired temperature is set, the coil in the oven just turn off. So check if the coil in the oven is turned off or not to make sure about your preheated oven.
    In the kalojam recipe, you can ignore the lemon juice in the syrup if you want.
    Hope these answer will be helpful for you.
    Thank you.

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  39. Very good website..Looking forward for more vorta recipes.

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  40. Dear Ladies, thank you so much for this labour of love. I recently spent 2 months in Bangladesh and it's nice to now have recipes for many of the dishes I enjoyed. (The food in Bangladesh is great!) I live in Fiji and we have many of these foods here, so this is a great way to promote new ways to use local foods. I have been sharing your website with many.
    Thank you so much, and please keep it up!

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  41. Love your recipes and getting to know more about this type of cooking which has such a great variety of tastes. Interested in Bangladeshi Desserts- You are the Masters of desserts, and Kebabs plus chicken dishes.. I don't have a Gmail account, though I would love to follow here. Please join Pinterest!
    Thank you for such wonderful simple recipes. Fiona.

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  42. Its a very nice website . I was wondering if u can give me the recipe of vogh sagar misti. Only premium sweets in canada they make this misti , its very soft n juciy. I can make rosogullah, rasmalai other sweets but this vogh sagar its so soft it doesn't even break.i don't know how they make. I have searched the website for the recipe but it only shows premium sweets ad no recipe.

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    1. Can u give me rasmalai recipe
      Thnx :)

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  43. Hi Ladies, It's me again from Fiji. I have a request - when I was in Bangladesh, for breakfast I was fed a wonderful dish made from a thick paste of channa dal (I think) cooked together with kochu shaak, with fresh made parathas. It was a wonderful breakfast that kept me strong all day. I would love to teach people here to cook that one since kochu shaak is a traditional food. Do you have a recipe for the mashed dal/kochu mix? If yes, please include that one.

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  44. Excellent. Banglar fish ar niramish dish gulo beshi beshi dile khusi hobo.

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  45. How can I enter my recipes on this site?

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  46. Hi, I want to place ads in your website. Please contact with me shuvo@gandr.com.bd

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