Hyderabad Lukhme / Meat Pockets – Exciting Snack

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Lukhme:(Hyderabad Special) Ramadhaan Meat Samosa. Ramzaan Snacks. Another exciting recipe from the city of Char Minar. Though there is no much difference between Meat Samosa and Lukhmi(technically), but lukhmi is often made with whole wheat atta (which makes it a healthy choice) and definitely its of this square shape. Well, just like Hyderabad Haleem, it [...]

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Shikampur Kebab – Enjoy with Masala Chai

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Shikampur Kebab: Ingredients: Lamb – minced 2 cupsChili 2 mincedOnion 1 large finely choppedGinger-garlic paste 1/2 spoonCilantro leaves 1 fistfulEgg whites from 1-2 eggsDry bread crumbs 1/2 cupOil for shallow frying. Toast and Powder These: Cloves 3Cinnamon 1 stickCardamom pods 3Cumin seeds 1 spoonCilantro seeds 1 spoon. Method: In a wide tray, bring all the [...]

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Hot & Spicy Mutton Biriyani – Chettinad Style

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Mutton Biriyani: Ingredients: Spices: Cinnamon 1 stickCloves 5Black cardamom 3Green cardamom 3Nutmeg 1 crushedBirinji flower 1Marati mokku 1Green chilies 6 slicedOnion 1 slicedToamtoes 2 choppedMint 1 fistfulSaltTurmeric 1/2 spoonChili powder 1-2 spoonsMutton/Goats meat 1/2 kiloshort grain rice 4 cupsGhee 1 cupFried curry leaves to garnish. Spices to be toasted and powdered: Fennel seeds 2 spoonsCoriander [...]

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Seekh Kebab – Food On The Stick!

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Seekh Kebab:(Mughalai Style) India’s finest cuisine was developed from 15th to 19th Century, during Mughal rule. Who raised cooking to an art form. When many Mughal emperors did enjoy the food, they also kept their feasting frequency very less. King Akhar who was once a glutton, became a poor eater in his older age…he kept [...]

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Haleem – Hyderabad Special

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Haleem:(Ramzaan Special) Haleem is a minced meat plus wheat based delicasy, that is prepared during the fasting month of Ramzaan(Ramadhaan). I happended to taste this heavenly dish at Hyderabad. I was told that, it is a speciality food and its prepared only at two places (Lucknow and Hyderabad). The exciting fact of the recipe is, [...]

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Nilgiri Mutton Korma

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Nilgiri Mutton Korma: Nilagiri Mutton Kurma. Green colour Mutton Korma. Mutton Nilgiri’s. Got bored of the usual curries…gave a new look to my regular korma! Added bunch of herbs to the dish…made it really refreshing today. Yes, though I have mentioned about coconut in the recipe…I didnt add any…just squeezed some lemon juice to finish. [...]

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Ambur – Vaniyambadi style Mutton Biriyani

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Vaniyambadi Mutton Biriyani: India’s finest cuisine developed after Mughal rule(14-16th Century), they took basic Indian cooking to art level! Since Mughal empire was widely spread, one could see biriyani recipe where they had strong foothold. Even now…several 100s of years after…local and outside influences fused together to create a unique style. To name a few [...]

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Mutton Coconut Biriyani.

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Mutton Biriji: Mutton Thengai Birinji. Mutton Coconut Birinji. Mutton Biriyani with coconut milk. Mutton Coconut Biryani. Mutton Coconut Birinji. As every culinary journey begins with a grandmother’s story, so is mine! My Grandmother was a gifted cook in the family!:) I miss her authentic preparations! This was(is) one of her unique recipe ‘Coconut Birinji’! When [...]

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Mutton-Cashew Nuts Fry

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Mutton Kaju Fry: Goat’s meat & Cashew nuts Fry. Brain is one of the powerful organ! About 1.4 kilo of brain is still a mystery to lot of scientists! If I want to talk about the brain chemicals and function…I could talk all day long. But let me stick to the area, I am blogging [...]

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Mutton Snow Peas Korma

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Mutton With Snow Peas Korma: Indian Broad beans with Mutton – Korma recipe. Avaraikkai Mutton Kuruma. Snow peas with Meat. Chikudukai Mutton Curry. Bakla-Mutton Curry. There is nothing much to say…I love Avaraikkai! In fact when I was a kid, we had ‘Avarai kodi’ in our garden. They flourish too quickly. Each vine gives out [...]

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