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Easy Chicken Samosa Recipe

Impress your family by making this easy chicken samosa! While the dough is resting, you can make the filling and finish preparing chicken samosa in 40 minutes or less. I have made a video showing you exactly how to fill and wrap the samosa so that you can make a […]

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Rasmalai Indian Dessert Recipe

Rasmalai is an Indian dessert made of cheese balls. Paneer is an Indian cheese that looks and tastes like cottage cheese except it is a little drier. Paneer is used in making dessert and savory dishes like Palak Paneer.

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Easy Achari Gosht Recipe

When I first heard of Achari Gosht, I thought it was pickled meat in a jar! Of course, it wasn’t pickled meat, but the spices Indians use in making Achar (pickle) was used to make this dish. Achari gosht is tender lamb meat cooked with Indian pickle spices in a […]

Authentic Chicken Curry Recipe Made Easy

Chicken curry is a great tasting Indian dish, and today I brought you the authentic flavor plus I will save you time. This chicken curry recipe is quick, easy, and delicious. You can use any part of the chicken, but I have used chicken legs because that what I had. […]

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Lamb Coconut Curry Recipe

This Lamb Coconut Curry is much better in taste than what you get in Indian restaurants, and I can say so because I never had a better tasting coconut curry dish in my life. The meat almost melts in your mouth, and the gravy is exploding with layers of flavors.

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Chicken Karahi Recipe

Chicken Karahi is a Pakistani curry dish, and of course, there is an Indian version too. Today we will stick with the Pakistani chicken karahi recipe and teach you the art of impressing your guests big time. The dish doesn’t require special ingredients; you probably have everything in your kitchen […]

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Gajar Ka Halwa – Carrot Pudding

Gajar Ka Halwa or Gajar Halwa, our dessert today is Punjabi (Indian) in nationality but loved internationally. Gajar ka Halwa is made at weddings and on special occasions, but I’m not waiting for someone to get married or throw a party to have this delight.

Khichdi Rice Lentil Vegetarian Dish

Khichdi, pronounced as Kitchri is a simple yet delicious vegetarian dish made of rice and lentils. This is a popular dish in India and usually, is given to babies when they start having solid food, so yes this is a toddler food but there are two versions, one for toddlers […]

MAKING THE RICE Wash the rice at least four times and rinse. Soak the rice for 15 to 20 minutes. In a pan, add the water, salt, and the spices. Let it come to a boil. Rinse the rice and add to the boiling water. When the water boils again, cover the pan and reduce heat to lowest. Cook for 25 minutes. MAKING THE BIRYANI In a small pan ghee and when hot add the sliced onion. You can use oil if you wish. Now fry the onion until caramelized. This will take around 8 minutes on medium high heat. You must use the remaining ghee or oil from the onion. Take two tablespoons from the caramelized onion and mince it with the garlic. In a larger pan, add the ghee remaining from previously frying the onion, when hot add the chopped onion and stir until light brown. Add the chicken and fry until you see brown patches on the chicken. Now add the garlic and stir for two minutes. Add all the remaining spices to the chicken and stir for 2 – 3 minutes. Pour 1 ¼ cup water to the chicken and let it cook on medium heat for 20 minutes while covered, and stir occasionally. In the assembling pan, add 1/3 the cooked rice in the bottom of the pan, then add the chicken then add half of the caramelized onion. Place the rest of the rice on top of the chicken and spread the rest of the caramelized onion on it. Mix the melted butter with turmeric and sprinkle over the rice. Cover and cook on low heat for 5 minutes.

Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani

Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani is a dish I grew up eating and enjoying. There are many versions of Biryani recipe out there, and I can’t recall eating a biryani that I didn’t like, but there is something magical about Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani, so let’s find out why this biryani recipe is […]

Aloo-Keema

Aloo Keema Dhaba Style

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.