Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani is something I grew up eating and enjoying. There are many types of Biryani out there and I can’t recall eating a biryani that I didn’t like. There is something magical about Biryani, so let’s find out why this one is the most popular one!
I won’t write about my love and craze for India, since I’ve done so in many of my previous posts, but will tell you about a small secret, the secret is not in this Aloo Keema recipe, but where to get the most amazing and flavorful food in India.
There is something interesting about this Indian flatbread Pulka and some call it Phulka. It is really soft in texture and takes less time to prepare, it is healthier for you, tastes great especially with gravies, and puffs up really nicely without adding yeast or baking powder.
Ghee is created when you bring butter to a boil until the milk solids separate, you discard the milk solids and what is left is called ghee. Making it at home doesn’t take time, in fact, it is so much fun since you can add different flavors to it.
10 days off is all I needed to start blogging again stress-free. I love blogging so much that I spend a lot of time working on my blog and forget that I do need a break. I have missed you guys and missed my blog and I guess the best way to start is with…
I was thrilled to receive Bumble Bee SuperFresh® Tilapia with Lemon, Pepper & Herbs. The first thing that came to my mind was to make a fancy looking dinner and baked tilapia with tomato rice sounded perfect.
If you liked my previous two posts, Creamy Spinach Lentils and Fiery Falafel then you would love to have both dishes with some Whole Wheat Pita Bread.
Are you ready for Winter? I am. Creamy Spinach Lentils the perfect dish to keep you warm and satisfied. It’s delicious, has a creamy texture (hence the title.), is budget friendly, and vegan.
This Butter Naan post complements my previously published post, Arabian Lamb Stew. I have actually made both dishes the same day. This butter naan is without yeast or eggs, it tasted delicious and super soft.
I don’t want to confuse you here! Yes, there is a dish called Aloo keema, another called Palak Keema, and yes I’ve combined both in one dish, hence the title is Palak Aloo Keema. I never had this dish in any Indian or Pakistani restaurant but I’m sure that there are other smart housewives who…