Among Indian non veg recipes, Keema Matar is a gem. Mincemeat green peas curry is a spiced North Indian style dish that goes well with pulao, rice or roti.
If I’ve been MIA, its because I am delighting myself with my 22 month old nephew (visiting India) and reliving Nehal’s toddlerhood days. Busy fun days. 🙂 Quick Mutton Biryani A quick special one pot meal for one of those busy days is this particular biryani. Simple preparation, not at all complicated and can be […]
Meat lovers will relish this mutton curry which is cooked in combination with drumsticks. The meat becomes succulent and flavorful from the slow simmering to absorb the spices and the drumsticks give the taste buds a good tingle. Very easy preparation and makes a good curry with hot rice or rotis. Munaga kaaya Mamsam – […]
You can hardly call this a recipe since it more of a brunch or lunch idea that I often resort to especially during summers since its simple, quick and easy. Sometimes I use left overs of vegetable stir fries (especially okra or eggplant) as sandwich fillings and today, I wanted to finish the left over […]
If you want to experience the ‘kaaram’ (spicy hot) ruchi that Andhra food is known for, then you should taste the non-vegetarian fare which is sure to get taste buds tingling and set your tongue on fire. The fiery hot flavor is there and not in the vegetarian food which is definitely not spicy rather […]
When one talks of Andhra food, the first thing they would say, â€˜Spicyâ€™. Honestly, its not as spicy as its made out to be. But then if they were to eat Gongura Mamsam, I will have to agree that its â€™spicyâ€™ indeed! An authentic Andhra non-vegetarian meal is incomplete without Gongura Mamsam, an absolutely delectable, […]
Life has been extremely busy these past few days with hardly any breathing space, and when I do have the time to take some food pictures to blog, the weather plays spoil sport. I have been travelling quite a bit this past month and that has kept me away from my kitchen..:). Hopefully things should […]
Hyderabad (capital of Andhra Pradesh) and Lucknow (capital of Uttar Pradesh) are the two cities in India where the “kebab” evolved. When and Who introduced the ‘kebab’ to India is another story which requires a separate post by itself..so let me reserve that for later. Lucknow is famous for its kebabs and you will find […]
Most Indian Food recipes/blends have been handed down through generations (from great-grandmom to grandmom to mom to daughter)and most curries/dishes have always lent themselves to improvisation.Each home has its own formula or its own distinctive flavor and aroma for a particular dish depending on the spices used( spices which are freshly prepared each day for […]
This is a very simple and easy mutton curry that I often make. An Andhra style mutton curry with great flavor.