Cauliflower/Gobi 65 is one yummy dish which is usually a starter or tea time snack, constant order in restaurants for both veg and non-veg lovers. The recipe shared here was adapted from one of those Chef. Damodaran’s TV shows but modified to suit my style. This is one amazing dish which will have everyone . . . → Read More: Gobi 65
Colourful medley of vegetables in rich creamy gravy.
Kadai Vegetables / Veggie Butter Masala / Kadai Veggies / Kadai Curry / Gravy / methi Curry / Methi Vegetable Curry
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Brinjal Chops is just another fancy name for " Stuffed Brinjal curry /Ennai kathrikkai", this recipe has been already shared by me but this version is slightly different and its close to the one served with biryani by catering agencies. My recipe shared here is something which I learned from a Muslim bhai who caters biryani for special occasion's and its typical tamizh Muslim style. They prepare these with black sesame seeds, never add any garam masala and brinjal's don't get be stuffed, instead they are chopped lengthwise and literally float in sesame oil.
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Schezwan Fried rice is a Chinese rice preparation made with hot and spicy schezwan chili paste. You can read all about that here…
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Paya are trotters, the feet of a goat or lamb or any cattle, a rich gourmet food, consumed mostly by recuperating patients for its nourishment. This is especially famous among the muslim community, basically a mughlai dish, expensive and widely popular among the riches(nawabs), who consume this soup with meat and marrow cooked in exotic ayurvedic spices to get the full benefit , while the poor peasants enjoy just the soup made with bones. Well mine too is like a poor mans paya (Do not laugh) as my butcher could not give us the cut with meat. . . . → Read More: Aatu Kaal Paya
Chicken Tikka Masala is a westernized Indian dish originating from Punjab. Succulent Tandoori Chicken cooked in creamy tomato onion cashew gravy with grilled veggies.
Restaurant Style Tikka Masala / British Tikka Masala / Tandoor Masala / Chicken Masala / Punjabi Tikka Masala
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Roti Canai is a popular Malaysian style fried bread similar to our Kerala style Parotta. Flour, eggs, milk and loads of fat mainly ghee or margarine is used to give a flaky texture. The process is similar to our Parotta but with extra ingredients which alters the taste and texture. Another popular version from Singapore is called Roti Prata, similar ingredients and process except for the folding. Roti refers to bread in Malay. . . . → Read More: Roti Canai
Minced meat cooked in coconut gravy. My favourite breakfast side which goes well with hot idlis , dosai or poori. . . . → Read More: Kothu Kari Kuzhambu
Butter chicken is basically a North Indian dish, popular type of chicken curry sauce, which is seen in almost all Indian restaurant menus. Chicken cooked in creamy rich sauce made with cashews, almonds, tomatoes and butter, also known as Chicken Makhani. . . . → Read More: Butter Chicken
A great street side food famous in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Flaky, fluffy, soft circular breads made with plain flour or Maida. First of all, this item literally takes a bath in oil, so people who are health consicous better avoid making this dish. The other thing is , it takes atleast a couple hours to make these parottas, most of which is kneading the dough, beating and shaping. (Parota / Layer Parotta / Layer Parota/ Layer Paratha / Kerala Parotta / Flaky Parotta ) . . . → Read More: Parotta