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Prawn Vindaloo

Vindaloo style recipes come from the Goan region and was adopted from the Portuguese. However, in the Indian preparation we use vinegar with Kashmiri dry red chillies. The dish is slightly on the hotter side with the addition of chillies but it is just perfect for the Indian taste. It can be served hot with white rice and goes well in any of the main meals. I made Prawn Vindaloo for the weekend and I’m [...]

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Darbari Chicken

Darbar in Hindi refers to the king’s court and signifies the prime importance. The dishes served in ancient darbars were known to be rich and prime. This is definitely true with this Darbari Chicken as it uses bountiful of almonds and fresh cream in the preparation along with some kasoori methi. This dish goes well with most Indian breads and specially with the naan bread. Once you try it out, I’m sure you would be [...]

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July 27, 2014
Chicken Shami Kebab

When it comes to starters, there are few non-vegetarian snacks that can beat a Chicken Shami Kebab. These kebab’s made with chicken mixed with number of spices and chana dal have stood the test of time and have been served for decades in the North India. I’ve seen them being served in marriage parties, buffet restaurants and what not. So why not make this amazing snack at home, it definitely gives a great pleasure in [...]

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July 21, 2014
Chicken Kabuli Pulao

Pulao is best suited for any occasion, and specially for festivals or celebrations. It is a rice preparation made with many different additions, here I show you how to make Chicken Kabuli Pulao, a perfect dish for the Ramazan month. The pulao comes out nicely and goes well with vegetable raita. You can also look to decorate your pulao with some almonds or pistachios for a special look & feel as I’ve seen some people [...]

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July 18, 2014
Kebab Massalam

This is the holy month of Ramzaan and fasting people look forward to delicacies to break the fast. For others, they anyway can enjoy these anytime and specially during this period. Recently while roaming the decorated streets I was amazed see number of these items being made and sold. I was motivated to get some of these made at home and so I tried Kebab Massalam today. This mutton dish came out just lovely and tastes delectable. [...]

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July 14, 2014
Chicken Samosa

  Everyone loves a perfectly set plate of snacks or appetizers, and when they go with some tea or coffee, the enjoyment just doubles up. For my evening snacks today I made some Chicken Samosa and enjoyed them with some coffee on the side. I’m sure you are wondering if you can actually make this kind of stuff at home, well why not? Samosa patti strips are now available in most supermarket’s and you can [...]

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July 6, 2014
Fish Biryani

  Biryani’s are one of the most famous dishes in India. This is made in many different ways across the country and liked my most of the population. It can be made vegetarian or non-vegetarian, in the latter variety it can be made with different meats like chicken, mutton, fish or eggs etc. Today I used seer fish to make myself a biryani meal and served it with some raita. You can use any other fish [...]

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June 26, 2014
Malai Chicken

  In the Indian cuisine Chicken can be cooked in various varieties, it could be made more spicy, chili or rich. Different regions make different kinds of chicken with some of the southern varieties turning out really spicy while some of the northern were are spicy and some rich. Chicken can be mixed with milk and its by-products to make it less spicy and more rich and it goes well with any kind of Indian breads. [...]

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June 14, 2014
Akuri

  Akuri is Parsi dish made with eggs scrambled along with some spices. It can be served either in breakfast with some bread pav on the side or even in the main course with any curry and roti. I made it with some onion, garlic, coriander and green chili and the taste came out perfectly delicious. It brings all the benefits of eggs in a tasty dish and is good choice for any day breakfast. As [...]

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June 10, 2014
Mangalore Fish Curry

  Mangalore lies on the western border of India in the state of Karnataka. Being a coastal town, and an important gateway, it gets a bountiful catch of sea food which is then distributed across the states. Like any other city on the coast, it also has its own unique fish recipe. I made this unique Mangalore Fish Curry at home, it uses grated coconut along with other spices. The curry is also slightly on the [...]

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