Kabuli Chana Paneer Dum Biryani

Kabuli Chana Paneer Dum Biryani

Kabuli Chana Paneer Dum Biryani is a protein rich and filling biryani as it has both chana and paneer cooked in aromatic spices. This makes a fantastic feast for special occasions. During our recent weekends when we had to make a vegetarian for Sunday lunch, we thought we could try some of the Biryanis we […]

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Moong Dal Makhani

Moong Dal Makhani

WhMoong Dal Makhani is a creamy dal made with Whole Moong and very simple to make. While Dal Makhani uses Urad dal, in this version we use Moong dal and the process is much easier to complete. We frequently soak the Moong for sprouting and at times even when we have excess sprouted Moong, we […]

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Tandoori Paneer Pizza

Tandoori Paneer Pizza

Tandoori Paneer Pizza is a sinful mix of tandoori masala mix with paneer topped over a pizza that makes a wonderful meal anytime. When I had made this pizza my kids couldn’t get enough of it. That was because all it had was just paneer in a tandoori masala that they all love. It was […]

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Xacuti Paneer Coconut Biryani

Xacuti Paneer Coconut Biryani

Xacuti Paneer Coconut Biryani is a fusion dish with coconut biryani and paneer gravy that tries to blend the Goan sentiments into one dish. When it came to picking X, I was very clear that I would do something with Xacuti, after my experimental dish of making a Xacuti stuffed Aloo Paratha and Xacuti Masala […]

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Tiranga Pulao | How to make Tricolour Rice

Tiranga Pulao

Tiranga Pulao is Indian Flag inspired Tricolour Rice made with three different flavoured rice and arranged as the Indian Flag. So for the alphabet T, I decided to make Tiranga Pulao made with Tomato Puloa, Ghee Rice and Spinach Pulao. I used fresh spinach that we have in our pot and it was so flavoursome. […]

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Badshahi Pulao | How to make Gujarati Badshahi Pulao

Badshahi Pulao

Badshahi Pulao is a rich rice dish from the Gujarati Cuisine made with nuts, spices, and saffrons. Baadshah means King and it was prepared in the royal kitchen for the kings who ruled Gujarat. I had adapted from here and since I was making it for guests who visited us over a weekend, I wanted […]

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Amritsari Wadi ki Biryani

Amritsari Wadi ki Biryani

Amritsari Wadi ki Biryani is a spicy biryani made with spices along with Wadi or Wadiyan. These wadis are sun dried lentil dumplings from the state of Punjabi. When I was preparing the list, I remembered that I had bookmarked some recipes from Vaishali and on checking, I decided to make this Amritsari Wadi Biryani. […]

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Qeema Naan | Hyderabad Special Keema Naan

Qeema Naan

Qeema Naan or Keema Naan is a popular flatbread available in Hyderabad, made with minced meat in a flaky parotta. In this vegetarian version, I have used minced soya granules and stuffed in a flaky flatbread, typical to the version popular in Hyderabad. I have often heard Hubby Dear mention this Keema Naan that he […]

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Easy Dum Aloo Masala

Easy Dum Aloo Masala

Easy Dum Aloo Masala is a simple potato gravy that gets done under 30 mins and you can easily make this for your kids lunch box. This simple gravy is made with baby potato and makes a delicious side dish with rotis. Sometime back when I was in need to make a quick side dish […]

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Toshka ~ A Damascus Sandwich

Toshka - Damascus Sandwich

Toshka is a delicious street food mostly made with an Arabic flatbread stuffed with kebabs and white cheese. These are then baked over charcoal or on a flat griddle. Toshkas are originally from Aleppo and travelled to Damascus where it took a different form, though retaining the name. In Damascus, Toshka is a type of […]

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