Contact Me

“Personality, a person’s charm and a lot of heart can be reflected subconsciously in home cooked food” – E. Rahman

Do you have any great recipes that you’d like to share with me? Just drop me an email and I’ll be sure to post them on here. Additionally, let me know your thoughts on some of my recipes by just leaving a comment below the actual recipe. If you wish to leave a comment about the site itself, please click  ‘Comments‘ right here!

Many thanks in advance for your contributions and continued support to this site. Keep those contributions coming! Email: sabinahuq@gmail.com

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Contact Me”

  1. hi you have a great site ! my mum makes gurer handesh and sinir(sugar) handesh,but she has no measured ingredients she just puts it all in abowl and wahey her handesh is perfect,but i’m a british born girl and have not got my mums magical touch,please can you tell me an exact recipe for handesh with measurements ! many thanks fatheha.

  2. Hi Fatheha, I’m really sorry but I don’t have a recipe for handesh. I will ask around to see if I can get one for you since I have been asked for the recipe by other readers. Thanks for posting.

  3. Thanks for this great site! Please try get handesh recipe and also mach biran recipe. Keep up the good work. I like the fact that you include a picture.

  4. Hi, I am still working on getting the handesh recipe although I deliberately omitted it from the site since it’s not exactly healthy or quick. However, I do aim to please and will do my best to get it. Mach Biran is on the site under the “from the sea” section. Thanks for visiting!

  5. The idea of putting the bangla words next to the english names is amazing. It makes it really easy to relate to the recipe. If you know how to make kacchi biryani please help. I miss hajir biryani 🙁

  6. I really enjoy your site and cook the dishes from time to time. It’s my one-stop site for bangladeshi recipes.

    However, I would love to see a paya recipe on your site. Same goes for haleem. I have been looking to make some lately. 🙂

  7. Hi I have a question, I am in nursing school in a nutrition class and my assignment is to prepare a meal for an Indian family of 4 that are lactose intolerant I was thinking about using Chicken korma for my main dish but I have to use all of the food groups? Do you have any suggestions. We are trying to keep in as close to what is traditionally ate but just modifying the dish so they don’t have the dairy. If you do have suggestions I would greatly appreciate hearing form you. Thanks so much Josh

  8. Hi Josh, my husband is lactose intolerant so i use goat yogurt or coconut milk. Both ways taste amazing! Sorry for the delayed response!

  9. I just found your website and I cannot wait to try some of these delicious dishes I see on here. I love chicken korma but they do not make that here in Seattle and if they do not everyone knows how to fix it. I can now make it myself with your recipe! I use to live in NY and dying to get back there to eat all of the delicious food! Keep the recipes coming..

  10. Hi Whitney, thanks for posting your comment. I would love for you to post a comment on how your chicken korma turned out as well as any other dishes you make from the site. Thanks again!

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