This Egg Curry is simple, quick to prepare and requires few basic ingredients. It is an everyday comfort food. On certain busy weekdays, the manageable egg curry and the paratha to accompany the spicy, soupy gravy masala sounds like a nice idea. Egg Curry is on our weekly menu whenever we are short of vegetables/lentils/chicken or there is nothing planned for the dinner. I like to call such dinners as egg curry night. When there is nothing fancy on the menu just the everyday egg curry with crisp, flaky paratha. For me, the plain, steamed basmati rice is also a good choice of side dish to be served with egg curry.
Kung Pao Chicken is one of the best food things that can happen on a Friday night. Or for say, on any night when you are planning a Chinese dinner date. Kung Pao Chicken is the most popular Chinese takeaway fare. Why? Because it is so delicious. Along with a quick and simple fried rice, Kung Pao Chicken tastes simply divine. I am so fond of this dish that finally I learned the trick of making a good Kung Pao Chicken at home.
Every family has it’s own Chicken Curry Recipe. So does mine. It is rustic, spicy, flavorsome and insanely delicious. After all, it is a family recipe. This everyday chicken curry and the holiday, precisely Sunday have some old connection. The two are meant for each other. And in my opinion, one cannot be enjoyed without the other better half. Maybe because, a good Indian chicken curry is supposed to be enjoyed with tons of plain, steamed rice and an afternoon nap is a must follow ritual post that. So I guess Sunday is the perfect day of the week to enjoy this chicken curry and the nap. Hence, we often call this curry Sunday chicken curry.
What a delicious, blissful Palak Anda Curry Recipe we’ve got going on, and just in time for the upcoming icy-cold winter days. The rustic spinach curry combined with boiled eggs is the answer to the question ‘What could be an alternative to traditional egg curry?’ Though I love the spicy, soup, old-school egg curry during any given day. But when there is an abundant supply of tender spinach leaves and the great need of robust curries to keep us warm. The idea of Palak Anda Curry sounds so much exciting! Just this curry and the piping hot phulkas straight from the gas stove onto the plate, together they provide a delightful meal on a cold winter afternoon.
Who doesn’t love a good, delicious homemade Chicken Biryani for lunch? But many of us fear the grisly Biryani making process, which is a test of one’s patience and perseverance. I’m the kind of person who is always in need of the cheat recipes for the lazy days. Whether it is my 30-Minute Butter Chicken Recipe or Leftover Chicken Biryani both comes handy on days when I am in no mood to spend hours in the kitchen. Such recipes are a great way to restate the leftovers from the previous day sitting in the fridge. So I’m super happy to be bringing this leftover chicken biryani recipe to you. From scratch, quick and easy, and loaded with bursting real biryani like character. All that you can achieve in less than an hour. Trust me on this!!
Thinking what to do with leftover naan? Make Naan Pizza. You will surely thank me for this easy naan pizza recipe. Last week, we had a dinner party and guess what, due to some last minute cancellations we were left with extra butter chicken and naan bread. And the next day, butter chicken naan pizza was our quick dinner. Naan pizza layered with rich tomato sauce and topped with butter chicken tastes simply divine. Don’t be stringent while adding cheese, after all, pizza tastes so much better with extra cheese. The combination of butter chicken and cheese is a guaranteed riot of flavors. This particular naan pizza is phenomenal because it has two of my favorite things – first butter chicken, I adore butter chicken. Secondly, super thin and crisp crust. Why is it so amazing? Well, actually, I think I know why (crispy outside, soft inside).
Fish and grilling are two of my favorite duo during this time of the year. We as a family are not big time fish eaters. But somehow after our stay in the Southern Coastal Regions of the country we get hooked to grilled fishes. The intense heat of the grill transforms tender fish into something pretty special. And for me as a cook, who is not very familiar with the nitty-gritty of cooking a typical fish curry, grilling is the best way to serve fish for a meal in no time. The hint of smoky flavor underneath the spicy marinade layer is what compel us to make Fish Tikka again and again. When we as a food-loving couple, think of dinner dates, one alternative is to dine ator the second recourse is to plan romantic dinners at home. We usually go by the second choice.
Amritsari Fish Fry Recipe is a crisp, golden, deep fried fish preparation from Punjab. The land of Dal Makhani and Tandoori Chicken has a fondness for fried fish as well, Amritsari Fish Fry is the not so secret Punjabi style deep fried fish recipe. Fish Fry is our everyday comfort food when the spine-chilling winter breeze quietly creeps into the house as the sun set down. The family gathers around the fireplace and desperately crave for fried bites to accompany the bottle of good old rum or brandy. The crunchy uppermost layer of the fried fish is the envelope for the mouth melting texture inside. Few basic ingredients and spices smeared over the fresh catch of the day, deep fried, accompanied by a bottle of the favorite alcohol and the evening dinner table is all set to host the hungry goblins.