Bay of Bengal Deviled Eggs - Posted October 1, 2014 by Shalini Huntman - Classic deviled eggs with a YIAH twist. Ingredients 6 eggs, hardboiled 2 tbsp.s mayonnaise 4 tsp.s YIAH Bay of Bengal Curry Dip Mix Slice each egg in half lengthways. Carefully remove each yolk into a small bowl. Mash the yolks with a fork, combine with the mayonnaise and Bay of Bengal Dip Mix. Pipe or spoon the mixture into each egg white. Season with salt and pepper and refrigerate before serving. #yiah #eggs
re-laden monsoon winds blowing north from the Bay of Bengal and across the plains of Bangladesh. The winds, channelled through deep valleys, gain altitude rapidly when they rise up against the mountain wall, which in turn causes heavy condensation and rainfall. These rains feed the raging rivers and create new waterfalls that tumble down the mountainside. In the past, Khasi the tribe would build bamboo bridges across the powerful streams. But the structures couldn’t bear the brunt of the…
The Andamans are a tranquil group of islands in the Bay of Bengal, & a major tourist attraction. Other than being a beach bum, there’s a lot that makes it a delightful vacation spot. TripCrafters picks the 7 most fun things to do in Andaman [ #INFOGRAPHIC ] #India | #Travel
Tsunami survivors pour milk into Bay of Bengal to commemorate anniversary of tsunami in Chennai
Konarak is a historical city on the shores of Bay of Bengal located in the state of Orissa, India. The city is famous for its 13th century Sun Temple. The sun temple of Konarak was initially conceived in the form of a giant chariot for the sun god. Seven horses were carved to pull this magnificent chariot. This temple is widely known not only for its architectural grandeur but also for the intricacy and profusion of sculptural work. No wonder it deserves to be a World Heritage Site.