Category: Indian Non Vegetarian

Kashmiri Pulao and Dum Kokur

Chefs across boundaries is a group of bloggers who challenge each other every month with cuisines and fusions that encourages us to step beyond our comfort zone and attempt something new. This month the challenge was given by Nidhi S Raj ( http://soulandspicebox.com/) to create a traditional Kashmiri dish. Now besides a Dum Aloo, I have never cooked anything …

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Shammi Kebab

A drink goes hand in hand with ???? Kebabs of course. And kebab that just Melts in your mouth and bursts with spices and flavours? SHAMMI KEBABS is the winner hands down. Mutton mince mixed with chillies, spices, garlic, ginger and all the wonders from the kitchen found in one delectable bite. Ingredients½ kg mutton …

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Chicken Cafreal

Three alphabets G-O-A opens up a pitaara of memories and visuals and drunk days/nights and the aroma of food and the shirtless (hot and not) studs zooming around in bikes. Are u in Goa now Ok let’s move ahead, macchi frying somewhere, Rosy Aunty toiling over a steaming hot vat of feni, Bobbito (I knew …

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Marvay da Addye – Mangalorean speciality

Comfort food. Especially mom ke haath ka comfort food. Heaven. When asked what it was, after a lon hard thought, decided it had to be this dish. Marvaay da addye or mussels and steamed rice balls cooked in spicy coconut gravy. I don’t like mussels at all but absolutely love this dish. The mussels are …

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Kori Roti (Chicken curry over Rice crisps)

Kori roti is a Mangalorean speciality that is available on most menus in a restaurant specialising in Mangalorean cuisine. Spicy creamy curry soaks into the crisp rotis till they are just melt in your mouth. One of my absolute favourites. Now a days most rotis or (crisp dried rice dosas) are bought from the store. …

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Red Masala Fish Curry

There are so many fish curry’s available in the varied cuisines of India. This one is more Southern coastal, but difficult to pinpoint it to one region. A big plus point for this curry is that its one of the easy to make recipes and it’s super yum. Steamed rice and a generous serving of …

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Mangalorean Chicken Sukka

My mom is known for her cooking and whenever we have a party at home, the one dish that she has to make 90% of the time is Kori Aajadina or chicken Sukka. Fantastic to dunk ur bread or Dosa in the rich creamy thick coconut gravy. Never fails to delight. MOMS SUKKHA CHICKEN – Mangalorean style …

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