Sprouted Moongdal…we know that green grams contains lots of proteins..but these sprouted moongdal is much easier to digest and assimilate than the actual bean and it is the only source of Vitamin C and Vitamin B12 among the sprouted beans. Used in stir fried food, soups and salads,I did friedrice with these sprouted greengrams n turn out very well , would like to share with u all.. . . . → Read More: Sprouted Moongdal Fried Rice
Fresh asparagus caught my eyes this week at my local farmers market. Seemed like it was this weeks "Queen of vegetables", as many people started grabing those bundles and with too much of sqeaking… a sign of truly fresh asparagus, with no further hesitation quickly bundled mine. With little creativity going in the kitchen, these healthy spears always turn out absolutely delicious, leaving us with endless possibilities. Here's my latest addiction..
Asparagus / Greeen Asparagus / Chinese / Stir-fried rice / Mixed Vegetable Fried Rice
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Biryani is one popular desi rice item which takes quite a twist when it comes to method for preparation. Every household has its own techniques and secret ingredients to bring out the best flavour and texture. Traditionally its prepared by following the dum method which ofcourse, is very tricky and test our patience. Well there's also some rescue mission versions like rice cooker.. . . . → Read More: Mutton Biryani
Basmati rice cooked with egg on dum to make this scrumptious biryani. The term "Dum" refers to the whole process of steam cooking or baking. Mostly this process is done where rice is cooked in Handi (special vessel) over char-coal heat and steamed for several minutes, which gives that special taste…. infused from char-coal smoke. So anything cooked without following the traditional method will result less tasty no matter how or with what its cooked.
Biryani made in rice -cooker —(Less work, minimal time, no wastage, stiff rice, taste ok)
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This is a dish which is served at weddings along with mutton gravy in my place. . . . → Read More: Ghee Rice
Rice and vegetables stir-fried with chicken meat in Thai (Thailand) Style. Primarily this dish is made with special Thai Jasmine Rice stir fried with choice of meat (Chicken / pork / beef / seafood), onions, peppers, eggs, fried garlic and seasoned with spicy condiments.
Khao Pad / Khao Phad / Thai Fried Rice / Thai Stir Fried Rice / Chicken Fried Rice /
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Simple yet tasty pulav / pulao made with beetroot. There are numerous ways to make this depending personal palate preferences. Colour and intensity of the flavour depends on which form, this veggie is added. Pulav made with beet juice and grated beets tend to be too strong, adding little mixed vegetables makes it colourful and mild for easy intake.
Beet Pulav / Beetroot Pulav / Beet Pulao / Beetroot brinjee / Beetroot
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Coconut flavoured rice sauteed with green capsicum.
Bell pepper Pulav / Capsicum Pulav / Green Bell Pepper Pulao
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Eral Biryani is one of my favourite dish and there are quite a few ways of making it. Cooking seafood with a tinge of coconut has been a family tradition and this one is no exception. Making this with fresh baby prawns would be awesome but quite hard to find small shrimp or prawn around my place and ended up making with jumbo shrimps to satisfy my palatte. This mild flavoured biryani requires minimal work and comes in handy for a quick non-veg treat.
Shrimp Briyani / Prawn Briyani / Prawn Biryani / Eral Biryani / Eral Briyani / Era Biryani / Era Briyani
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Biryani made with king fish. Very yummy and easy recipe
Vanjira meen — King fish in English
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