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Chicken Biryani

Chicken Biryani

Grand party or small family get together –  Biryani always got a limelight on the table. My biryani is also same here. I first tasted biryani in Calcutta – the place where I was born and brought up. The best thing I like about Kolkata biryani is they serve fried potato and egg which make […]

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hyderabadi biryani

Hyderabadi Dum Biryani

Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is the king of all biryanies. It is a mixture of original Andhra cuisine and Hyderabadi cuisine, having Mughlai influence.  Basically, there are two kinds of Biryani: Pakki Biryani and Kachchi Biryani. Today I’m going to share the making of Kachchi Biryani. It is an actual biryani where raw marinated meat placed on the bottom […]

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chicken-pulao

Chicken Pulao

I always try to cook something new to satisfy my family’s taste bud. This time I have tried chicken pulao. This is not too much rich as biriyani but aromatic, simple and have a subtle hint of spices. It’s quite happened at home that you don’t have much time or bored with conventional chicken curry and […]

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Chicken-Tikka-Byriani

Chicken Tikka Biryani

  Chicken Tikka Biryani – is a combination of two Indian iconic dish. Prepared chicken tikka masala layered with half cooked basmati rice which is flavored with Indian aromatic spices. The biryani was first introduced by Nizams of Hyderabad during Mughal regime. Since then the dish is all time super hit . That’s why  many different vegetarian ( paneer, vegetable, mushroom) and […]

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Chinese chicken fried rice

Chinese Chicken Fried Rice

Chicken fried rice is an excellent Chinese comfort food which can be served either as a main dish or side dish. It is believed that the origin of fried rice (Chao Fan) was in the city of Yangzhou in eastern Jiangsu province. But today it has become very popular everywhere. Yangchow (Yangzhou) Fried Rice is still the standard by which all […]

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Plain Pulao

Plain Pulao

Plain Pulao is very simple, light and needs less time to prepare. It is not as heavy as other pulao recipes but its’ flavor, aroma and simplicity makes it extra-ordinary, delicious and can be served with any veg or non-veg curry. The best part of the recipe is it does not contain any onion or garlic. […]

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