Nawabi Chicken Dum Biryani with Licious Biryani Cut Chicken

Nawabi Chicken Biryani

Nawabi Chicken Dum Biryani, a delicious Biryani made with soft succulent chicken pieces in a rich gravy makes a wonderful meal for any time. Disclaimer: Licious company sent me this product to cook with their fresh chicken. The opinion and the recipe used is my own. This is the first time I am accepting a […]

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Paneer Butter Masala Restaurant Style

Paneer Butter Masala - Restaurant Style

Paneer Butter Masala Restaurant Style is a creamy rich gravy made with soft and spongy paneer or Indian Cottage Cheese. This makes a delicious side dish for any Indian Bread. While I don’t have a dearth of Paneer gravies or Paneer Dishes, I was so tempted to make this again when I came across this […]

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Zafrani Pulao | Easy Saffron Pulao

Zafrani Rice

This Zafrani Rice is an easy saffron rice you can pair with any gravy dish and it makes a complete meal for any party menu as well. We are on the final dish for the April Mega Marathon, themes this time on A to Z Biryani, Pulao and Khichdi. For this space I had picked […]

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Xacuti Masala Rice

Xacuti Masala Rice

Xacuti Masala Rice is a spicy rice made with xacuti masala and mixed vegetables. This is an easy rice that can be ahead quickly if you have the masala ready ahead. The inspiration for the dish came when I was browsing through Suma’s post and I realized I could do the same masala rice too […]

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Quinoa Biryani | How to make Quinoa Vegetable Biryani

Quinoa Biryani

Quinoa Biryani is a fusion biryani made with Quinoa and mixed vegetables with biryani masala and spices. This surely tastes wonderful and makes a filling meal. For Q, I decided I would make Quinoa Biryani as I still had the Quinoa that Priya had given me some years back. Can you imagine how silly I […]

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Pariba Khechudi | Puri Jagannath Temple Style

Pariba Khechudi

Pariba Khechudi is a popular Odisha Satwik dish prepared in the Puri Jagannath temple way. This is a healthy comfort dish as it has loads of vegetables in the dish. When it was the turn to finalise for P, I decided to do Pariba Khechudi from Odisha. I was also keen to select from all […]

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Neyichor | How to make Ghee Rice

Neyichor

Neyichor literally means ghee rice and is a classic dish served along with spicy gravy nonveg or veg dishes. Neyichor refers to Ghee Rice in Malayalam, neyi means ghee, chor refers to rice. While this word means this is from the Kerala cuisine, this dish is common in almost all Indian States, each differing in […]

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Lilva Pulao | How to make Fresh Toor Lilva Pulao

Lilva Pulao

Lilva Pulao is made with fresh toor lilva with whole spices and makes a quick one pot meal for a packed lunch. As I had said, I was keen on making Lobia Pulao and it got changed when I heard that Vaishali was visiting us and she could get me some fresh toor lilva. We […]

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Dal Khichdi | How to make Masoor Dal Khichdi

Dal Khichdi

Dal Khichdi is a delicious Khichdi made with Masoor dal and a handful of spices and regular vegetables. This surely makes an awesome quick meal. This was the first Khichdi I had made in this series and it was so satisfying. Though I always think I should include Khichdi more in our menu, somehow it […]

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Cholia Chawal | How to make Green Chana Pulao

Chholia Chawal

Cholia Chawal is an easy pulao made with fresh green chickpea or chana. The rice can be quickly done with simple spices and makes a wonderful lunch box dish. Cholia or Fresh Chana are available only during the winter season in Northern states. I haven’t seen these fresh green ones in our place. We do […]

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Bhuga Chawar | Sindhi Bhuga Chawara

Bhuga Chawara

Bhuga Chawara from the Sindhi cuisine means Rice with Onions Browned Onion Rice. This is a quick one pot meal where you saute onions with whole spices and cook the rice in the same pan. Bhugha Chaanwara is much similar to other ghee rice or masala annam we make, except for adding a few more […]

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