Category: Non Veg

Haleem

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Ramadaan is here and what we love about it apart from all the spiritual aspects of Ramadan is having the delicious lip-smacking juicy Haleem. The classic Mughal delicacy of boiled mutton, lentils and wheat is a treat for all non-veg lovers. The very smell and flavor leaves us craving for more. There is something about the taste of haleem that converts even the most stubborn dissenter into a diehard fan...

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Hyderabadi Briyani

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The authentic Hyderabadi Biryani is the king of all Indian Biryani recipes that you will ever savour. A truly delicious Hyderabadi Biryani will draw you in with its aroma and would make you to drool.

There are two ways of making this biryani, one is called Pakki biryani, in which you cook the meat separately and then layer it with the rice, seal and cook on a very low heat...

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Naatu Kozhi Varuval (Country Chicken Fry)

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Naatu Kozhi (Country Chicken) is super healthy compared to the broiler chicken and one can avoid the side effects like body heat associated with consuming the broiler chicken. Though its expensive compared to the broiler chicken, its worth the money. this juicy and real chicken often in your diet.

Ingredients:

Naatu Kozhi (Country Chicken) – 250 gms (marinated in salt, chilli powder and turmeric powder for min 1 hr)
Sambar Onions (Shallots) – 1 cup, peeled, gr...

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Eid Special – Kozhikode Briyani

As Eid is around the corner and as we truly anticipate this special day of joy, i thought of sharing an exciting delicacy of kerala, Kozhikode Briyani. Dear friends, if you are looking for something different from your normal hyderabadi/mughal briyani, this is something you must treat yourself with. Do try out this Eid Special Briyani!!

Ingredients:
Marinade
1/2 kg chicken
1/2 cup yoghurt
25 gm coriander leaves
25 gm mint leaves
10 gm curry leaves
1/2 tsp cumin ...

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Naatu Kozhi Kuzhambu in ManChatti

Naatu Kozhi Kuzhambu in ManChatti

Till a few decades ago the people of Tamil Nadu used mud pots and clay pots for cooking their food. With the advent of metal utensils, mud pots and clay pots almost disappeared from the house holds.

People preferred mud and clay pots for cooking purpose, as the food is prepared over slow heat. This enhanced the taste, aroma and most importantly, retained the nutrients of the food...

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