If you are a fan of Biryanis or good food for that matter, Mughali Dum Biryani is a jackpot for you. In India there are regions known for there own preparations of Biryanis. From hyerabadi biryani, mumbai biryani to Ambur Biryani, each is unique in its own way. The thing that differentiates Mughlai Biryani from others is that, this one is mildly spiced compared to hyderabadi biryani but exotic fragrant. Continue reading →
I hate wasting food and thus my fridge is the dumping ground for all the leftover food. I also hate monotony, same food again..my greedy mind refuse to accept that and comes up with ideas to do something interesting with the leftovers.
So today when I browsed my fridge, leftover chicken curry from previous night was staring at me, so i had to do something with that. I usually toss it in rice and make quick chicken pulao which is yumm but why not one step further and make even better looking, aromatic, delectable and everyone’s favourite Biryani. Trust me this leftover chicken Biryani is so good that nobody will know your shortcut. So next time when you have leftover chicken you know what to do. Continue reading →
Growing up in Lucknow, the land of kebabs and biryanis, was one delightful and tasteful experience. Here houses overflow with aroma of spices and striking flavors, grand moms and moms still treasure the secret of their recipes as ancestral wealth, kebab parathas are just another snack, ID and Bakrid is most delicious here than any place else, each street has a delicacy of its own and moreover people themselves are delicate like ‘Gaulati Kebabas’ and sweeter than ‘Sheermal’. Paradise of food lovers and Meeca of Mughlai delicacies. Ahh this got me nostalgic. The good old lucknow!! Continue reading →