Curd Rice Recipe South Indian Style | How to make Thayir Sadam | Dahi Chawal Recipe | Curd Rice Recipe Step by Step | Masala Curd Rice

Curd Rice Recipe South Indian Style, How to make Thayir Sadam

Most of us, especially South Indians can’t imagine a satisfactory meal devoid of this grain….”RICE“. Whether it’s in Andhra, Telengana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka or Kerala, cooked rice is a staple to most people living in these states. It can range from simple plain rice or Khichdi to complex Biryani or Pulao, they are one-pot meals you can totally depend on when you’re busy. These rice dishes are quite easy to make, and are stunningly delicious. Today, I’m here to share one such rice dish, Curd Rice Recipe South Indian Style, which is one of the easiest recipes you’ll ever try and also …

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How to Cook Perfect Basmati Rice for Biryani | How to Cook Rice for Dum Biryani | Plain Basmati Rice Recipe | Basmati Rice Cooking Tips | Video Recipe

How to Cook Perfect Basmati Rice for Biryani, Plain basmati Rice, Dum Rice

Are you someone who complains that your biryani rice is either too mushy or too grainy? Then, you have come to the right place. Today, I’m going to share with you How to Cook Perfect Basmati Rice for Biryani along with a few Basmati Rice Cooking Tips. First and foremost, DECIDE….Are you making kacchi or pakki biryani? In Pakki biryani, the meat or vegetable is cooked before you layer on the rice. So, this needs less time for the assembled biryani layers to cook. So, the rice can be cooked from the 6-7 minute mark. Kacchi biryani starts with uncooked meat at the …

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Mutton Biryani Recipe South Indian Style | Cooker Mutton Biryani | Mutton Biryani Recipe Andhra Style | Quick Easy Mutton Biryani Recipe

Mutton Biryani Recipe South Indian Style, Cooker Mutton Biryani

Who’s in for a plate of flavourful Biryani? This evergreen classic needs no introduction…It’s aromatic, it’s heavenly, it’s super delicious and one of the most loved delicacies not just in India but across the globe. Anyone who’s ever had biryani knows that it’s a complicated dish. But, trust me, this is my hassle free method of cooking Mutton Biryani Recipe South Indian Style, so easy to follow in many ways in comparison to the traditional method of making Hyderabadi Dum Biryani without compromising on taste. I do not intend to compare the two, as each one has it’s own unique taste and both are …

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Karuveppilai Rice Recipe (Karuveppilai Sadam) | Curry Leaves Rice Recipe | Karivepaku Annam

Karuveppilai Rice Recipe or Curry Leaves Rice Recipe

Curry leaves or Karuvepillai or karivepaku in different languages is an indispensable herb used in most Indian kitchen, especially in South Indian kitchen. No tadka or tempering is complete without the addition of fresh curry leaves. I cannot imagine making rasam or for that matter any cooking in my kitchen without these flavourful and earthy leaves. This Karuveppilai Rice Recipe is a great way to incorporate curry leaves to your diet. Today’s recipe is just an extension of my earlier post on Karivepaku karam podi or Curry leaves Powder. This herb is highly valued for its medicinal usage…click here to know more about …

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Chicken Biryani Pressure Cooker Recipe | Spicy South Indian Chicken Biryani Recipe | One Pot Chicken Biryani Recipe | Quick Chicken Biryani Recipe

Chicken Biryani Pressure Cooker Recipe South Indian

This is my go to recipe for killer biryani!! Making flavourful Biryani can’t get easier than this, it can be made in a moments notice. This biryani is one of the tried and tested recipe for so many years. So friends, here is my version of Chicken Biryani Pressure Cooker Recipe that features tasty flavourful rice with perfectly cooked succulent chicken pieces. Since the chicken pieces and rice are going to cooked in the same vessel, this is a typical One-pot-Biryani recipe. The love Indians feel for their chicken biriyani is one that cannot easily be rivalled. It’s easily the most amazing …

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Vegetable Masala Khichdi | Spicy Moong Dal Khichdi Recipe | Khichdi in pressure Cooker | Preparation of Dal Khichdi

Vegetable Masala Khichdi Spicy Moong Dal Khichdi Recipe

Vegetable Masala Khichdi is a popular One Pot Meal and ultimate comfort food that’s cooked in just about every Indian home, made with rice and yellow lentils. It is so forgiving that it doesn’t necessarily ask for any side & you can be assured that all you need is a large spoon and a bowl to dig in. Or perk up the meal with some raita, yoghurt, papad or pickles alongside and enjoy!! The first thing that pops up in our minds on hearing the word khichdi is sickness. We don’t want to eat it unless we are sick and we are …

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My 100th Blog Post Chicken Dum Biriyani

Chicken dum biriyani

Celebrating My 100th Blog Post Chicken Dum Biriyani, my signature recipe!! In November of last year I unleashed my very first blog post into the world and I still can’t forget the feel, excitement, curiosity…….. when I hit the publish button for the first time. I just can’t believe it, but here it is my 100th blog post!! I know for most folks it’s just a number, but it means a lot to me. However, the journey towards my 100th blog post wasn’t all moonlight and roses. Blogging is a ton of work – yes, I know that sounds weird for …

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Lemon Rice Nimmakaya Pulihora

A super-simple way to liven up plain rice- Lemon Rice Nimmakaya Pulihora, a delicious South Indian dish you can easily put together when in a hurry. It is a part of a simple meal or a part of a festive feast. This zesty, fragrant rice is spiced up with green chillies and an extra ginger kick. The lemon adds the tanginess and a great fresh summery taste to the rice, while the tempering imparts a special aroma to this simple rice delicacy. Turmeric gives lemon rice its beautiful golden colour, without which it would be incomplete. Finally the nuts take …

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