Jujube berry, also known as Bogori in Assamese, has always been a favourite fruit among children and adults. In other parts of the country it is commonly known as 'Ber'. This sweet and tangy concoction, has been tastefully prepared using an age old assamese recipe passed down through generations. This pickle takes you right back to your childhood memories.
A mouth watering pickle which is a rich mix of organic jujube berries in a mix of jaggery and homemade spices, edible oil and acetic acid. Bogori's sweet and tangy flavour is a perfect accompaniment for every meal. Equally loved by children and adults to make daily food yummy!
A signature sweet sour pickle hailing from the land of India’s most culturally and culinary vibrant states of North East. Jolphai is what Assamese people call the Indian Olive. It is a sour fruit loved by both children and adults especially in its pickled form. A perfectly simple recipe universally loved by kids and adults alike for its irresistible flavor. A hot favourite North East pickle.
This delectable pickle is a rich mix of organic Indian olives, jaggery, edible oil, authentic spices and acetic acid. Jolphai's addictive sweet and sour taste brings flavour to every day rice, roti, parantha and dosa meals.
Bengali cuisine stands out because of the usage of special handpicked spice mixes which lends their food a flavor so aromatic and so strong that it creates a magic on the taste palate. This special Radhuni spice from Bengal’s most trusted brand of homemade Bengali spices, Max Health, is used for enhancing flavour and taste of any dish and is combined in ungrounded form to be used mainly for “Chokna” of Dal [lentils].
"Offered to the Prince of Gods-Krishna, Govindobhog Rice is West Bengal’s pride. This superior quality, aromatic rice is one such ingredient that makes every dish a true delight. A speciality of the Bengali household since generations, the Govindobhog Rice will redefine high-quality rice for you. Gobindobhog is a rice cultivated from West Bengal, India. It is a short grain, white, aromatic, sticky rice having a sweet buttery flavor. It derives its name from its usage as the principal ingredient in the preparation of the offerings to Govindaji.
A spicy mustard relish, the Bengali Kasundi is famous for its delectable fieriness. Kasundi can be used with tandoori dishes, kebabs, curries and even sandwiches! Bengal’s signature mustard sauce is as fiery as it is delectable. A hit among all those who like the fiery and hot flavours, Kasundi is sure to spice up your every meal.
Order the best Kasundi online from West Bengal, handcrafted to perfection by West Bengal's best brands for Kasundi and home delivered by TasteBells.
The pride of Sweet Bengal comes wrapped in a small jar infused with flavours that will make you overcome with nostalgia.
The legendary Palm Candy brand of Kolkata, Dulal’s with a rich legacy of 75 years into candy making brings to you their iconic palm candies. This reputed historic brand is the leading maker of Tal Mishri or palm candy made from locally sourced ingredients. Produced under strict quality control measures using no artificial chemicals or colourings, Dulal Candy manufacturing is supervised by experts right from raw material procurement to processing to manufacturing to packaging.
Another priceless staple of West Bengal, the Jeerakati Rice is cultivated only in the fertile lands of Bengal. Grains whose size range from medium to big, the Jeerakati Rice is known for its supreme quality and delectable taste. Akin to a priced possession, the Jeerakati Rice is prepared and served only on special occasions. Jeerakati rice is very special rice grown in West Bengal only. It is medium to long sized rice which is very famous and made for special occasions.
A signature spice mix which finds a coveted place in the kitchens of all Bengali households. Panchphoron or the five-spice mix is a spice mix used commonly in Bengali, Oriya and Assamese cuisine. A delightful blend of flavorsome seeds, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, golden fenugreek, radhuni(celery) seeds and colored cumin seeds.
This legendary spice mix is mainly used to coat each dish with a delectable layer of spices, the Panchphoron is first fried in ghee to make it pop and then put into the main dish. A spice mix so flavorsome that it will cast a magic spell with its aromatic flavours.
A pickle that forms an integral part of North East cuisine. Bamboo Shoot, known as 'Khorisa' in Assam, is commonly used in Asian cooking, especially to flavour broths. Its distinctive earthy aroma adds a whole new level of flavour and deliciousness to meat preparations and curries. It has numerous health benefits, most popular ones being its ability to keep cholesterol levels in check and boost immunity. The 'Khorisa' pickle, flavoured with King Chilli, has a unique hot and sour taste.
A blend of Bamboo Shoot, mustard oil, king chilli and homemade spices. Best enjoyed in its original form or added to curries and meat preparations for the authentic aroma and flavour.
Kadak Masala Chai is a strong milk tea blend created using fine quality CTC tea grains and Indian spices like Cardamom, Ginger, Cloves, Cinnamon, Black Pepper & Bay Leaves. The blend follows the age old Indian recipe used in several households for everyday tea. The best way to prepare this tea is by boiling with water and milk and adding sugar according to taste. Exquisitely packaged in a Champagne Gold Airtight Caddy, perfect for all your needs. Best way to greet monsoons; the special kadak masala chai with finest tea leaves and aromatic spices, home delivered staright from the tea plantations by TasteBells.
"A relatively common and popular in most households, the Matar Dal reminds you of comfort food. The Matar Dal is one of the key ingredients in Bengal’s ever famous dish Matarshuti Dal. This yellow dal makes for a lip smacking dish and its high-end quality ensures that every dish which has this dal turns out to be delectable.
Authentic Bengali foods home delivered from Kolkata.
One of West Bengal’s most loved recipes, the Dhokar Dal is a must have food in the traditional authentic Bengali spreads. A special handcrafted Dhokar dal mix from Max Health is a great way to relish this irresistible Bengali food with no hassles.
The Dhokar is a lentil cake made of Bengal gram. In traditional recipes, fried cakes made of the Bengal gram are mixed into flavourful curries to create a tasty and satisfying preparation. For all those seeking traditional flavours and modern convenience, the Dhokar Dal mix from Max Health comes as a boon. Enjoy preparing this traditional dish for a yummy weekend meal.
One of the most loved dishes of West Bengal comes straight to you to make your meals truly worth remembering.
"Made specially on occasions such as Nabanna-the Bengali Harvest Festival, the Chusi Pitha is a beloved dish across Bengal. The Chusi Pitha is a long rice shaped pitha boiled in milk and jaggery. Made of rice flour dough, the dough is made into dough filaments thus giving the name Chusi. This Bengali delicacy is made from a dough of rice powder and flour, hand rolled in mini boat shape to be mixed in payesh [ Bengali version of South Indian Payasham or North Indian Khir]. Chushi Pithe not only enhances the taste of payesh it also adds substantive fill to the Payesh and helps in reducing rice quantity to be used.
There is nothing more comforting than a delicious hot khichuri served after a long day at work. The instant Khichuri mix from Max Health is a boon for working professionals. Loaded with taste and rich in essential nutrients, this delicious food is tasty, light on stomach and a brust of flavours. Just open up a packet of this mix, cook it as per directions and you can get the familiar taste of Bengali khichuri wafting through the kitchen. Nutritious and tasty, this dish is a hit with children as well!
A popular staple in all Bengali households, the Sona Masoor Dal makes for a delicious Dal preparation. A class apart from the regular Moong Dal, the Sona Moong Dal is considered a speciality across the country. This orange dal can be used in many a dishes and its high end quality makes every dish a delectable one. Taste and nutrition, Bengal’s loved Sona Masoor should be your next buy!
A spicy mango mustard relish, the Bengali Aam Kasundi is famous for its delectable hot sour taste. Handcrafted to culinary delight using handpicked raw green mangoes, split black and white mustard. Kasundi can be used with tandoori dishes, kebabs, curries and even sandwiches! Bengal’s signature mustard sauce is as fiery as it is delectable. A hit among all those who like the fiery and hot flavours, Kasundi is sure to spice up your every meal.
This mango-mustered based paste like sauce is an ideal “Catch-up” material for eating chops, cutlets, oil-cakes fries and some of the greens.
A perfect way to gorge on the best known culinary delights of West Bengal. From the most revered food brands of West Bengal, comes a lentil creation that is infused with special spice mixes and carries a crunch to make the most mundane of meals vibrant.
Bori or sundried lentil drops is not only a Bengali specialty but it also adds to every dish the much needed texture and taste. The ever green kalai bori infused with hing(Asafoetida) makes for a delectable dish. Enjoy it by frying the bori and having it as a crunchy side dish or by putting it into a curry.
An authentic Bengali pickle, finding a universal place on all Bengali home dining tables. Chalter (Dilenia Indica) or cached is a fruit native to South Asia, widely available in Bengal and is popularly used in pickling. Savoured by kids and adults alike, this finger licking pickle is a delight for the taste buds.
Chaltar is often cooked in the form of a sweet and sour juicy dish for concluding a leisurely afternoon meal. Full of flavour with an irresistible after taste, this wonder fruit is known to be a good potential source of anti-diabetic agents. Pair it with the classic dal rice, or chapatti sabzi, or roll it on a parantha and enjoy its flavours unfurl their magic on your palate.
One of the most loved of all Bengali pickles, the Sweet Sour Berry Pickle occupies a coveted place in all Bengali households. Handcrafted using berries, available only during spring season, and enjoyed in its raw form and upon sun drying, relished as a pickle.
As per the widespread belief, this truly heavenly pickle is exposed to sun to purify it which enhances its taste turning it into a foodie’s delight. Widely savoured by all kids and adults alike, especially during rainy days, this specialty homemade Bengali pickle is a must try for all the pickle lovers.
A perfect way to gorge on the best known culinary delights of West Bengal.
Bori or sundried lentil drops is not only a Bengali specialty but it also adds to every dish the much needed texture and taste. The Masoor Dal is first made into a fine paste and then sun-dried in little pearl shapes. Once dried, the Masoor Dal Bori can be had simply by frying the bori and having it as a crunchy side dish or by putting it into a curry. This unique Bengali specialty will soon become a favorite in the kitchen.