Saffron Infused Vegetable Birinji Rice – Dig in!

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Saffron Vegetable Pilaf: Did I tell you this?!…my camera broke couple of weeks ago! This was the last recipe – I mean, complete pictures from it…and shortly after that, it gave away!! I got pretty mad for a while…to lose a handy devise, which was like a friend to me for the past 5+ years. [...]

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Palak Pulao / Spinach Pilaf – Plating Up!

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Pasalai Keerai Saadham: Ingredients: Spinach 1 bunch – cleanedGarlic 5 clovesGinger 2″Onion 1 smallTomato 1 smallGreen chilies 5-7Salt For Pilaf: Rice 1 cupGreen chilies 3Onion 1 small slicedGinger-garlic paste 1/2 spoonMint leaves 1 fistfulTomato 1 choppedCloves 5Cinnamon 1 stickCardamom 1 pod crushedBay leaf 1Star anise 1Cumin seeds 1 teaspoonGhee/oil 1/4 cup. Method: In a wide [...]

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Peas Pilav – Super Quick…Rescues your Day!

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Peas Pilaf: If you have high demanding work schedule and still wanna be on the track’(that is eating healthy meals, without getting carried away from those highway junks!). Probably we should thank the Internet world for keeping us all well-motivated to cook and clean, (everyday or few days a week) hehe:) No, jokes apart’ whenever [...]

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Beet Root Biriyani – Vegetarian’s Paradise

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Beet Root Pilaf: For Biriyani: Beet roots 4 large choppedCloves 3Cinnamon 2Cardamon pods 3Bay leaves 2Black cardamom 1-2Star anise 1Basmati rice / Short Grained Rice 2 cupsGreen chilies 6 slittedOnion 1 slicedTomato 1 large choppedGarlic 2 cloves made into pasteGinger 2″ size peeled and made into pasteMint leaves 1 fistfulCoriander leaves alone fewLemon juice from [...]

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Godhumai Ravai Kushka / Samba Rawa Birinji / Cracked Wheat Pilaf

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Godhumai Rawai Masala Kitchedi: You don’t have to make that grumpy face at dinner time, anymore! Is healthy food is scaring you a lot? Prepare it enthusiastically with your favorite spices and treat yourselves with exciting morphed recipes:) Well, its not that the wheat (or cracked wheat for that matter) is less in calories than [...]

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Bhagara Khana / Ghi Pulav

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Nei Pulav: Bahara Khana, Baghara Khana.Pulavu Saadham. Ghee Pilaf. Indian Spicy Pilaf. Pyaaz ki Pilaf. Onion Pilaf. Onion Pulav. Ingredients: Basmati rice 1 cupGhee 4 teaspoonsBay leaf 1Cinnamon 1 stickGreen chilies 2/ jalapenos 1Ginger-garlic paste about 1 teaspoonOnion 1 large slicedMint leaves 10Cilantro leaves fewTomato 1 small slicedSalt to taste. Method: In a wide vessel, [...]

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Coconut Milk – Vegetable Pulav

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Coconut Milk – Veg Pulav: Coconut Vegetable Biriyani. Coconut Veg Biryani. Vegetable Pulav – coconut milk based. Vegetable Pilaf with coconut milk. Coconut Pilaf. Coconut Pulav. Sometimes simple recipes like this will just light up the day. About a handful of left over veggies are turned into this wonderful mild delight. Never compromise on the [...]

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Bell Pepper Pilaf – Eating a Rainbow

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Bell Pepper Pilaf: Capsicum Pilaf. Kudai Milagai Pulav. Simla Mirchi Pulav. Hot peppers, Chili peppers, Jalapenos, Habanero and Bell peppers (except that of black pepper) all the chili varieties comes under Solanacea family. They belong to the genus Capsicum. Though the term ‘Capsicum’ is meant for only ‘Bell Peppers’(heat-less species) in British English, all the [...]

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Pilaf of Pearls – Awadh Nawabi Biriyani

Moti Biryani:(Mughalai Style) Pearl Biryani, Moti Biryani, Moti Pilaf, Pearl Pilaf. Awadh or Lucnowi Biryani. Its quite hard for me to define what exactly is ‘Mughali Cuisine’. The The Timurid mongols revolutionized Indian cuisine! The Muslim invaders like Turks, Arabs, Persians and Afghans introduced feasting culture to India.India’s finest cuisine developed from, the 15th Century [...]

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Saffron Chicken Pilaf

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Saffron Chicken Pulav: Saffron Chicken Pilaf. Cornish Hen Pilaf. Saffron Pilaf with Meat. Its been a while, I posted anything meat…my friends started asking me, whether I became a ‘vegetarian’ or what?? That’s ridiculous, how can I become a vegetarian!! My friend Balaji used to tease me…’If I come by with one whole fried chicken [...]

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