Bengali cuisine is incomplete without desserts. And Bengal is not only about Rosogollas when it comes to a sweet dish. Yogurt or “Doi” is also a very popular Bengali dessert. “Bhapa Doi” means Steamed or baked mango yogurt in Literary meaning and like almost all Bengali people, it’s a treasured dessert. Like every traditional recipe of India, It also came across transformation through generations. My mother learned this process of mango yogurt from my granny and me from my mother. It can be made easily in a pressure cooker as well as in an oven. You can get this dessert in the name of “Bengali Cheesecake”. So what are we waiting for? Let’s start.
Preparation time: – 15 Minutes
Cooking time : – 25-30 Minutes
Ingredients For Steamed Or Baked Mango Yogurt
1.300 ml sweet condensed milk (1 small can).
2. 1 medium Cup Plain yogurt.
3. The fresh pulp of 2 ripe mangoes. Even mango puree is also okay if you cannot find real mangoes at that time.
4.10-15 cashews finely chopped.
Many persons use additional whole Milk of 100-125 ml. I haven’t used this in my recipe. You can add that if you want.
Process To Make Steamed Or Baked Mango Yogurt
1.Firstly you need to put Mango pulp(or mango puree) and yogurt in a blender. Blend it very well. In case you don’t have a blender, you can whisk the mixture thoroughly so that no lump can be left.
2.Next, add the condensed milk and again blend this properly. You can additional cardamom powder for flavor. I chose not to add.
3.Now it’s time to add the nuts. Almonds and cashews can be used. Add them to the mixture and just stir this softly with a spoon.
Pressure cooker method
1.Place the mixture in a bowl.
2. You must preheat the cooker for 3-5 minutes.
3. Then put an inch of water in Theorie vessel.
4. Place an iron stand.
5. Following that, put the bowl on top of the stand and cover the lid. You can use Aluminium foil for this.
6. After placing the bowl carefully in the steamer, Cover for 15-20 minutes.
7.Take it out and let it be here for another 5-6 minutes. You can put the bowl in the fridge to set it chilled.
Yogurt should be set in the cooker.
1.Put the mixture in a bowl or small ramekins until they’re almost full.
2.Preheat the oven to 200c for 8-10 minutes.
3. Fill the baking tray with a little water.
4. Now put the bowl or ramekins on the tray carefully so that water cannot enter the bowl.
5. Bake this for 20-25 minutes in 180c. After that duration, check Let whether the mixture is set or not. Insert a knife into this. If It comes out clean, then it’s ready.
6. Always keep this yogurt at room temperature for at least 15- 20 minutes. And after that, place that in the fridge for another 60 minutes. You can increase this duration as long as you want.
7.The Steamed or Baked Mango Yogurt(Bhapa Doi) is ready. Put some pieces of almonds to garnish.
In a lazy rainy evening, what can be more exciting than having some chai and crispy snacks? From kids to senior people, everyone loves snacks, especially which are deep- fried, and carry non-veg stuffing inside it. Today I’m gonna share my personal favorite snack which my mom used to make(and even now) whenever I craved for this. It’s popcorn chicken. Though many people mistake this recipe with nuggets or ‘pakora’, there’s a slight difference that makes it not the same. While after frying, the chicken pieces are placed inside and the fresh coating covers the whole thing. It’s rather easy to make popcorn chicken, and I’m sure you would love having a plate of these balls with your near ones.
Ingredients To Make Popcorn Chicken
There’s not a big hush regarding the ingredients. It’s simple and easy to get.
1. 20 pieces of boneless chicken cubes.
2. 2½ teaspoons of black pepper powder.
3. 2½ teaspoons of hot red chili powder.
4. 2 Teaspoons of lemon juice.
5. Salt as per taste
6. ½(half) cup of all flour/maida.
7. ½ cup of cornflour.
8. 1 egg.
9. 3 Tablespoons of milk.
10.Oil( 1 cup or 5 or 6 tablespoons)
11. 1 Teaspoon of chaat masala.
Process Of Cooking
1. There’s a marination step prior to actual cooking step. You must marinate the tender chicken pieces with 2 teaspoons of salt, 1 teaspoon of black pepper crushed or powder, 1 teaspoon of Kashmiri red chili powder and a pinch of lemon juice. Mix well and keep the marinated pieces in the fridge for an hour.
2. Meanwhile, you must season the flour as well as the cornflour with 2 teaspoons of salt, 1 teaspoon of black pepper powder and a pinch of red chili powder. All the ingredients must be mixed thoroughly. Now keep it aside. In case you have onion powder or garlic powder, you can surely add them to the flour while seasoning.
3. Now break the egg and add milk, a pinch of salt and some black pepper powder.
4. Take out the chicken pieces from the fridge after 1 hour.
5. Next lightly roll them in the seasoned flour.
6. After that drop these chicken pieces into the egg mixture. Let it mix for few seconds.
7. Now it’s time to roll them again in the flour mixture so that the coating becomes crispy when frying. After that, you can keep these in the fridge for another half an hour.
8. Now take them out from the fridge and let them remain for 15 minutes in the room temperature. After that, the frying starts.
9. Take a cup or 5 or 6 tablespoons of oil in a pan. Let it heat.
10. You can fry 5 or 6 pieces at a time. Fry both sides properly until they get golden brown.
11. Take them out from oil and place on a paper tissue.
12. Sprinkle some chaat masala for tangy flavors.
The hot and crispy popcorn chicken is ready. So as you can see to make popcorn chicken isn’t difficult at all. Now cut some onion pieces into rings and serve them with tomato ketchup or chili sauce.
There’s a saying that speaks that you can’t take away Kolkata out of a Bengali. But in today’s globalized world, Bengal cuisine has undergone a total transformation by supporting amalgamation of fish, meat and even vegetarian foods. Some of the Bengali restaurants in Kolkata serve unforgettable Bengali cuisines. You can find great meat dishes along with the must-to-try seafood or fish items. These famous eateries now have opened branches even outside Kolkata for all Bengalis throughout the country and of course for the food lovers. Here’s a list of restaurants to taste authentic Bengali cuisines. Just in case you aren’t aware of the food styles of Bengal, it’s necessary to eat food to preserve the subtle flavors – such as at first the vegetarian dishes then comes the fishes and meats.
6 Ballygunge Place
If you’re a foodie who can eat the buffet or the ‘thali’, this Bengali food joint is a heaven for you. It was established in 2003 when there were no such big Bengali cuisine specific eateries. Though it has some outlets all over the city, the original one is situated in a vintage old and characterized converted bungalow in Ballygunge. The ambiance is certainly a major thumbs up with the white building and some delicious foods. The dishes were nurtured and created from scouring some famous cookbooks. This is one of the most noteworthy Bengali restaurants in Kolkata if you want to taste some of the traditional ‘Thakur barir ranna’ or Rabindranath Tagore’s family recipes.
How to go: 6 Ballygunge Place, Ballygunge, Kolkata(with an outlet in Salt lake too)
Must try: Pabda Macher Jhal (spicy fish curry, prepared with mustard paste and poppy seeds.)
Pocket pinch: Rs 1,000-1,200 for two. Go for the thali or sumptuous lunch or dinner buffet for some great feast.
If you ain’t that much worried about your pocket pinch and just enjoy the delicacies, this place is a must hopping one. While this award winning eatery has now opened several branches all over the country, people,especially the Bongs out of Kolkata are in love with this. Mainly recreating old Bengali traditional dishes with some new ideas and flavors is the prime motto. Which is not a very easy task! It has. Private dining space also there apart from its elegant ambiance.
How to go: Forum Mall, 10/3 Elgin Road, Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani, Kolkata.( Branch at Silver arcade, 5 JBS
Must try: The Bhapa Hilsa (steamed Hilsa fish) and Smoked Bhetki (smoked Bhetki fish) are mind-blowing.
Pocket pinch: About Rs. 2,000 for two.
If you’re a Bengali, you must are acquainted with this name. Being named after a great novel and a popular cult movie of Bangla(1961), this is a truly delightful affair to eat here. The interior is well matched accordingly with some old portraits of star cast of the movie and some stills. You can hear some soft tunes of Bengali movie in the background, accompanying you in your feast. Two chefs Mr. Ranjan Biswas and Mr. Swarup Mondal set up this eatery who have more than 10 years experience in 5 Star hotels. You can get authentic Bengali dishes along with some fusion items to have a blast.
How to go: 49B Purna Das Road, Hindustan Park, near Gariahat, Kolkata.(outlets at 40A Bagha Jatin)
Must try: Signature items which are favorites of Uttam Kumar, including Kacha Lanka Mangsho (mutton in coriander gravy).
Pocket pinch: Rs. 1,000 for two.
This is among the newly opened Bengali restaurants in Kolkata to serve some lip smacking Dhakai Bangladeshi cuisine. This award winning food joint is an inexpensive yet delicious choice. Since 1994, the restaurant pioneered this sort of cuisine in the city. You might not find an interesting decor there but the food speaks of its popularity. The crowded dining space is the most noteworthy testament to this.
How to Go: 7A Mustaque Ahmed Street, New Market Area, Kolkata. There are outlets in Ballygunge and in Jadavpur as well.
Must try: The signature dish, Kochu Bhapa Chingri (steamed prawns with taro root).
Pocket pinch: Rs. 600-700 for two
In Bengali, ‘fish-fish’ means whispering. As the name suggests, this place is a great addition for the seafood lovers of the city. Located in Ballygunge, at the lane of IRI college, this food joint is well known for its lovely environment as well as the food. Beside the delicacies like Amritsari fish, the fish curry is spectacular.
How to go: 13/5 Swinhoe street, Ballygunge.
Must try: jumbo prawns, Thai salad, Fish chili, prawn malai curry, prawn Stroganoff, roasted Ilish (Hilsa)
Pocket pinch: this one is a bit higher than the other Bengali restaurants in Kolkata described earlier. Rs. 1200 for two.
Situated near Golpark post office, this eatery is good for a sumptuous meal with a pure rural Bengal decor. The Paintings of Jamini Roy along with wooden cots and stairs make it surely a member of themed Bengali restaurants in Kolkata. A true Bengali food serving place since 2007. The servers are soft spoken yet professional carrying their reputation for quick service. The fish delicacies are awesome and in addition the Lal Keema and Kosha Mangsho (Mutton gravy).
How to go: 62, Ballygunge gardens, Golpark (near Golpark post office, opposite Rally’s)
Must try: Aam Ada chop( cutlet with mango ginger), bhetki and prawn filled cutlet, Ilish Paturi( Hilsa marinated in mustard paste in banana leaf), chingri malaikari( Bengali style prawn gravy), Dhakai chicken ( chicken cooked in Dhaka style with exotic species), Kosha Mangsho ( tenderised to mutton in Bengali style gravy, Gondhoraj ghol( lime flavoured sweet lassi).
Pocket pinch: Rs. 700-800 for two
This eatery is named after a famous Bengali song by Late Manna Dey in the 70s. So it tells about a chef named Bhojohori Manna who had unique cooking talent. This is among those Bengali restaurants in Kolkata that has many branches all over the city. And you can find one nearby when you’re in rush.
How to go: The most recommended outlet is m at 18/1A, Hindustan Road, Gariahat. Several others are located near Ekdalia Road, Hazra, Salt Lake Sectors I & V, Star Theatre (Hatibagan), Ruby (Kasba Industrial Estate), and Esplanade.
Must try: Kosha Mangsho (spicy mutton curry) and Daab Chingri (coconut and mustard prawn curry).
Pocket pinch: Rs. 600 for two.
Whenever we go to a restaurant we can find chilli paneer in the menu card. This can be one of the best starters to start with and you can also have it as a side dish. This delicious recipe can satisfy any paneer lover. Chilli paneer can also be a great side dish with plain rice, biryani, fried rice, jeera rice and even curd rice. It does take some time to prepare a delicious side dish but you can also make some changes to the recipe as per your taste. If you want to make it a starter then make the gravy thick in consistency; otherwise thin consistency would go well as a side dish. The same recipe can also be made with tofu which is a soy product made from soy milk. You just need to replace paneer with tofu and call it chilli tofu instead of chilli paneer. We have given all possible ingredients that make this recipe very tasty but you can minimize it as well. For example you can eliminate ajinomoto, soy sauce and yellow bell peppers. However it is, it tastes good even if you don’t use multiple vegetables.
Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Total Time: 40 Minutes
Paneer – 1 lbs
Corn flour – 1 ½ tbsp
Ginger garlic paste – ½ tbsp
Water – As per requirement
Egg – 1
Maida – 1 tbsp
Oil – As per requirement
Cumin seeds – ½ tsp
Chopped garlic – 1 tsp
Green chillies – 4
Chopped onion – ½ cup
Coriander powder – ½ tsp
Chilli garlic sauce – 1 tsp
Ajinomoto – A pinch
Chopped red bell pepper -1 cup
Chopped yellow bell pepper – 1 cup
Soya sauce – 1 tsp
Curry leaves – 7
Salt – As per taste
Lime juice – 1 tsp
Coriander leaves – 1 bunch
Cut paneer into small cubes and place them in a dish.
Beat an egg and keep the egg white and egg yolk aside.
Take a separate dish to prepare the paste required for the gravy. In that dish take some salt as per your taste, add some ginger garlic paste, water, corn flour, egg and mix the ingredients well. Add some maida in it and mix the ingredients well again.
Now add this mixture to the dish containing paneer cubes. Mix them well so that all the paneer pieces are well coated with this mixture.
Take a fresh pan and heat some cooking oil in it. Add all the paneer pieces to it and fry them over low flame till they turn light brown. Keep stirring in between.
Take another pan and add some cooking oil to it; add cumin, ginger garlic paste, onion, chilli garlic sauce, red and yellow bell peppers, soya sauce, salt, garlic, chopped green chilli, coriander powder, some water, chilli powder, curry leaves, lime juice and then add paneer.
Mix all the ingredients well. Wait for some time and keep checking in between if it is cooked or not.
Finally add few coriander leaves and mix well.
Turn off the flame and serve hot is a plate with some white rice or any rice item.
If you want, garnish it with few coriander leaves.
Who doesn’t love pav bhaji? It is one of the delicious street foods available in India and almost everyone loves having it. When you dip the pav in the curry and take a bite of it, the smell of ghee and taste of that curry just melts and in the mouth making you feel want more. Though it is a street food, it cannot be considered unhealthy until it is made with dalda which consists of trans fats. And when you make it home it’s all healthy rich in proteins because of the curry and carbohydrates in the pav. The ghee you use is definitely healthy and the dish can satisfy both your tongue and tummy.
Do you know that pav bhaji was invented in 1950s by street vendors for textile staff because they didn’t had enough time for lunch. Textile workers at that time did not wanted to eat heavy meals since eating too much made them difficult to work.
It isn’t difficult to make it and needs very less ingredients. If you have buns and few vegetables along with some butter or ghee then you are ready to make it. Whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner, it is good to go to satisfy your stomach.
The bhaji used for pav bhaji is just a mixture of mashed potatoes and few vegetables mixed with a special masala known as pav bhaji masala. Most commonly used vegetables in bhaji are tomatoes, potatoes, capsicum, white or green peas and onion. However you can experiment by using different vegetables as well.Continue reading Delicious Pav Bhaji Recipe
History has all stories and tales of arts and cultures, numerous people, and their traditions. Food has been an integral part of this history of every place. Till date, there are quite a few historic food joints in India to carry forward their legacy with pride. Some of them are of even before independence. If you’re interested in smelling old school cafes or eateries of India to get a glimpse of that heritage, note down these restaurants for a nostalgic feel.
Britannia & Co, Mumbai
Being one of the eldest and historic food joints of Mumbai and India, Britannia & Co has been into the game since 1923. This iconic restaurant was established by immigrant Parsi Zoroastrian peoples who entered India through Gujarat in the 10th century to get away from Arab persecution of Persia. They have found many more food joints in India but this one is one of those monumental ones where Parsi delicacies are blended amazingly with some Persian and Gujarati tastes. The magnificent Renaissance style gothic building was built by Scott designed George Wittet, who was the master designer of the Gateway of India. Along with its vintage ambiance, look and fitting charm, the owner himself is a gem of a person. Absolutely eccentric with his 90 plus age, he loves to rejoice tales of foreign guests, especially anyone who’s British.
Address: Wakefield House, 11 Sprott Road, 16 Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai.
Timing: 11.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on Sundays.
Pocket pinch: Rs.1,200 rupees for two.
Must try: The famous berry pulao, full with meat, paneer or vegetables of your liking. The base of this recipe is owned by the owner’s late wife.
Delhi has been the birthplace of Mughlai cuisines in India. The Karim restaurant, situated at the south of Jama Masjid in Purana Dilli is another gem of the list of historic food joints in the country.
This legendary eatery has been “serving royal food to the common man” since 1913. While its origin dates back at the time of the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar, this is an eyewitness of ups and downs. The forefathers worked in the royal kitchen in the Red Fort but had to flee when the Mughal dynasty was dethroned by the British. Haji Karimuddin came back to Delhi to sell food to those going to the 1911 Delhi Durbar, of King George V. After 2 years, he established his own food joint. It’s run by the fourth-generation of management as of now with ultimate north Indian cuisine in Delhi. There is no fancy décor except the great food and the Old ‘Dilli’ charm of its position.
Address: 16 Gali Kababian, Jama Masjid, Old Delhi.
Timing: 9 a.m. to midnight.
Pocket pinch: Rs. 800 for two people.
Must Try: Mutton korma, mutton stew, chicken Mughlai, and chicken jahangiri.
Indian Coffee House, Kolkata
The Indian Coffee Board established the first of its chains in Mumbai in 1936. There are several branches all over the country as a cradle of intellectuals, freedom fighters, social activists, revolutionaries, and bohemians. Although after 1950, business decreased and the board got dissolved. Employees formed a chain of co-operative societies and run the coffee houses themselves. Presently there are 13 societies manage 400 such outlets and the most famous one is in Kolkata. It was opened in 1942, just opposite of Presidency College on College Street. Not only Students of various colleges, people who are fond of culture and ideas, the coffee house is a temple. The famous song by Late Manna Dey echoes the reminiscent of this place “ coffee house er sei adda ta aj ar nei’’! It’s a vintage place hence, the service is also provided matching the relaxing mood!
Address: 15 Bankim Chatterjee Street (College Street), Kolkata.
Timing: 9 a.m- 9 p.m., Monday to Saturday. During Sundays, it’s 9 am to 1pm and 5pm to 9pm
Pocket pinch: Rs. 300 for two people.
Must try: Mutton kaviraji, chicken Afghani, mutton cutlet, veg cutlet, chicken sandwich.
Leopold Cafe, Mumbai
In the list of historic food joints of the country, Leopold cafe of Mumbai is another jewel. It’s been a popular tourist destination and serving the city since 1871. It’s founded by Iranis, different from Persis who came to India during the 19th century. Like every other city, it’s a landmark than just a restaurant, which gets better with age. While being described in Gregory David Robert’s ‘Shantaram’ as his days in Mumbai (previously Bombay), this cafe is a torch bearer of the pre-independent times. Apart from the old-world charm, it’s one of those few structures to survive the 2008 terrorist attack. The bullet holes are still there on the walls, as a reminder and tribute to the victims. This cult restaurant always remains packed with people, relishing different cuisines of Indian, Chinese, as well as Continental. The servings are huge and both veg and nonveg foods are tasty. This place is a mixture of culture with a cozy upstairs area and DJ at night.
Address: Colaba Causeway, Colaba.
Timing: 7.30 a.m. to midnight.
Pocket pinch: Rs. 1,600 for two people.
Must Try: Leopold special chicken pasta, special veg pasta, chicken stroganoff, prawn chilies.
Mavalli Tiffin Room, Bangalore
MTR or Mavalli Tiffin Room of Bangalore is one of the best south Indian vegetarian restaurants. This legendary shop has been serving since 1924 and certainly the next addition to the list of historic food joints in the country! Being the oldest idli dosa joint in Bangalore, it has a name for its cleanliness apart from foods. The Rava idli is unique of this palace which was invented during Second World War when rich was scarcely available. Till date huge queues are found, lining up on the pavement outside. However, the restaurant was closed down in the 1970s, during emergency period and was compelled to lower down the price absurdly. At this moment the innovative owner prepared the ready-to-make packaged mixes for idlis and dosas. Now MTR Foods is one of India’s leading and most noteworthy packaged food franchises.
Address: 14 Lalbagh Road, Mavalli, Bangalore.
Timing: 6.30 am- 11a.m. for breakfast. 12.30 p.m. until 2.30 p.m. for lunch. 3.30 p.m. until 8.30 p.m. for snacks and dinner. Closed Mondays.
Pocket pinch: Rs. 300 for two people.
Must Try: Rava idli, masala dosa, and pure filter coffee. It has a unique dessert, Chandrahara, which is available only on Sundays.
Mutton Haleem recipe is very famous and tasty mutton dish that you can serve for dinner, launch. If you are looking for something different taste and unique recipes with mutton than mutton haleem is something can add a different taste for you.
As we all know Hyderabad is mainly known for hales dishes, but as it is very tasty and delicious nowadays you will find it over the whole country. Even in the Middle East countries mutton haleem is very popular.
So this is going to be very interesting to share this recipe with you. By following the below steps anyone can easily prepare mutton haleem at home. If you are expecting any guest o
r you want to add something delicious to your home menu then mutton haleem is something that can add a new flavor to you.
The time you will need to mutton haleem preparation: 15-20 minutes maximum.
Cooking time: 40-50 min average
Mutton Haleem for 6 to 8 peoples, please change the quantity ingredients and all accordingly to the people you want to serve.
Tuvar dal or also known as arhar dal
Dhuli urad dal
Pink masoor dal
Khadi urad dal
Red chili powder
According to taste
7 to 8
1 small size squashed juice
Biriyani masala powder
Preparation method of mutton haleem recipe
First thing first, cleans all dal using a big size bowl and soak the dal for 2 hours before cooking it.
Now take the 2 hours soaked dals on the pressure cooker and add turmeric powder, chili powder, and let it cook till 1 whistle on the pressure cooker. Now keep the flame low and let them cook for another 15min.
Now our dal is finely cooked. Now it’s time to cook the mutton, rice separately.
Once the cooking is done, now combine all three that is cooked mutton, rice, and dal in a big bowl.
After that soak the wheat for 6 hours before cooking. Then drain out the water and take the broken wheat in the pressure cooker and add 2 cups of water. Now cook it on high flame till one whistle, then cook it on the low flame for 30 min more.
Now add cooked wheat into the previous mixture of mutton, rice, and dal.
Now add 2 to 3 cups water, onion [make it fried], green chili, biryani masala, cinnamon powder, salt according to taste and mix it very well. Now cook the mixture at very low flame for 20-25minutes,
It’s ready, now serve with fresh coriander leaves and you can add a fresh salad to it. And the delicious haleem is ready to eat.
So, this is how you can prepare mutton haleem recipe at your home easily. Yes, it takes little effort and times to prepare it, but at the end, the tasty you will get is worthy to cook. Hope you have enjoyed this mutton haleem recipe. You can serve it to your guest or add this to your Sunday special mutton haleem recipe.
Hi, if you are looking for most popular biryani recipes in India then this post is going to be very helpful for you. Today you are going to know about 10 most popular biryani recipes which we find in India.Biriyani is a most popular dish in our India.The term “BIRIYANI” is also known as “biryani” and “biryani”.Actually, Biriyani is South Asian mixed rice dish.The origin of biriyani is among the “MUSLIMS” of Indian sub continent. However, with passing days, now this dish is one of the most popular dishes that all people love to eat.
Biriyani fulfills the main course of food in our daily life.It’s a most loveable dish In India.Besides that, the place of origin of Biriyani is India, however, how this dish is popular in other countries too.But the consumption of Biriyani is not just restricted to India in the other countries like Afghanistan,Bahrain,Bangladesh,Brunei,Indonesia,Iran,Iraq,Kenya,Kuwait ,Malaysia,Maldives,Mayanmar,Nepal,Pakisthan,Singapore, and lastly Srilanka, you will see the popularity of Biriyani.
So let’s go and find out some popular biriyani dishes that are very popular in India as well as other countries.
Mughlai Biriyani is an innovation from the kitchen of the Mughal Empire.The Persian king brought them with a unique recipe of cooking meat and rich with rich spices.It is most spicy biriyani dish.In modern India, we will find this type of biriyani in Delhi and in our neighboring areas.
Lucknow is the city of Nawabs who preferred a slightly milder palate.There was a major difference between “Mughlai Biriyani” and”Lcknowi Biriyani”.Lucknowi biriyani contains less amount of spices in compare to that “Mughlai Biriyani”.
HYDERABADI Biriyani (One of the must try biryani recipes)
The Nizam of Hyderabad was an ex-patriot Mughal.Actually, Hyderabadi biriyani is a mixture of actual Mughlai style and southern, particularly Andhra cuisine.So the Hyderabadi biriyani is a Mughal type biriyani.
Kolkata biryani is famous for the awesome combination of potato and rice along with meat or egg or may be its contain the only vegetable.It always depends on the person’s taste and preferences.Nowadays Kolkata Biriyani becomes a most popular Bengali dish in India.In modern India, we will get this famous dish mostly in West Bengal and also in North East especially in Assam and in Tripura.
The word “Dum” means something cooking in low heat.Dum biriyani is especially known as Chicken Dum Biriyani.Chicken Dum biriyani is made with Basmati rice and boneless chicken which marinated with different spicy masala.Besides chicken dam biriyani there Is one more tasty dish namely Mutton dum biriyani.
One more mouth watering dish of biriyani from the dream city of India and besides that Bombay is also known as the city of capital in India.Bombay biryani is a perfect combination of a flowered spicy ingredient.And the dish which is mostly served with some PUDINA leaves in the plate and a piece of LEMON.
Hopefully after reading this article, now you can’t wait for eating up these awesome biriyani dishes. There are few biriyani dishes are left, however here i have picked the best and most popular dishes that you can try out. These dishes are not just popular in India, but also in other countries these dishes have their popularity and loved by everyone.
When it comes to chicken recipes no one wants to wait for long for preparation. We want something very quickly prepared to satisfy our quick hunger. And, this is why quick chicken recipes are so popular. One can prepare these recipes with out waiting for a long time, one can prepare these quick chicken recipes instantly. Also, the ingredients and the preparation is so easy and simple that you don’t need to go to the market to buy something special for these simple chicken recipes.
and taste?. you don’t need to compromise with it too, these recipes are delicious and tasty too. So, let’s go and check out those delicious chicken recipes that you can try out right now.
But, before that.
Do you know how to buy the best healthy chickens from the market?
If not then this is going to be very helpful for you. Read the following points before you go for chicken buying.
Always look into a date of packaging before you buy any chicken. Because, we need fresh and healthy chickens for our recipes, so always do double check the date of packaging and make sure it is not too old or expired.
Also, look into the volume of liquid that they are using. and look into the smell and color of the chicken, if it looks suspiciously then don’t buy it ever. Because bad chicken can destroy the whole these quick chicken recipes.
So, these are some of the parameters that you must check while buying chickens. As we are moving to quick chicken recipes that quality of the chicken must be good enough.
Basil Chicken (One of the best Quick Chicken Recipes)
Basil leaves are the main attractions of this recipe, you will find the nice aroma of basil leaves with an amazing taste of chicken. One tries this recipe with white rice or biriyani.
Murg Hara Payaza
This dish is very easy to prepare and becomes very crunchy as it is made with muster seeds. The preparation is very easy, so anyone can try this dish at home with minimal effort and quickly.
Lots of ginger and awesome aroma of the chicken makes this dish so amazing to have in dinner and launch. This is cooked with tomatoes, turmeric, coriander, chili, and lots of ginger.
Chicken wings with sweet chili sauce
Chicken wing is very easy to prepare the dish, and very tasty when it comes with sweet chili sauce. Deep fried chicken is served with chili sauce and mint chutney makes it hot and awesome.
Balinese Chicken Satay
When it comes to Balinese cuisine, it’s un beatable dish that is very popular. You will find the amazing aroma of different ingredients like fresh chillis, ginger, turmeric, white papers, sugar and more that makes this dish so outstanding that you can’t stop yourself without eating it.
So, these are some of classy, simple to prepare and tasty chicken recipes that anyone can prepare with very simple preparation, and the amazing part is you don’t need to wait too long to get prepared, Most of the recipes are prepared within an hour of preparation. Hopefully, you can have found some unique and new chicken recipes taste here, see you in the next article with more exciting and new recipes that you can prepare to impress anyone.