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This is the perfect time to review Ray cooking spray! I, recently, underwent gall bladder surgery and, thus, was advised to have less spicy and less oily food. Post surgery, I had to take just 2-3 teaspoons of oil in a day. Meanwhile, I got the Ray cooking spray Sunflower oil to be reviewed. Isn’t it the perfect time? Continue reading Chicken Bean Soup Recipe Made with Ray Cooking Spray | Product Review
Gifts are a way to show your affection towards loved ones. For me it’s a way to express love; it doesn’t matter what the cost of the gift is, all that matters is the way of love and gratitude we show through those tiny things that matter to them. Continue reading Tamatar Biryani Recipe | How to Make Chicken Tomato Biryani in Cooker
Chicken Saagwala Recipe takes less time to cook and is an easy recipe also known as Chicken Spinach Curry, Murgh Saagwala.
Chicken Saagwala or Murgh Saagwala recipe, an amazing combination of vegetable and chicken, is easy and healthy too. When it comes to spinach I always make faces to avoid and go for another cuisine, and if nothing is there, I settle on dal roti. But I’d always thought of an alternative on how to get this avoiding-spinach-sabzi away. And, lo, I got it! This Chicken Saagwala is just apt. Its taste will, certainly, make you want more. Continue reading Chicken Saagwala Recipe | How to Make Chicken Spinach
Are you going to cook Biryani today? A choice well made! I’m a biiiiig fan of this cuisine. Biryani, whether dum or any other variation, is liked by one and all. Various places have left their mark on this cuisine. Some of the famous biriyanis are Awadhi, Mughlai, Sindhi, Hyderabadi and Arabian; they have there own taste and are made with different methods. So we are starting here with lazzatdar chicken dum biryani.
We are not certain of the origin of Biryani. It’s been said that Biryani was an important part of the Mughal kitchen. But can tell you that in different parts of India, it is made with different styles and all are yum in taste. We’ll be making all those variations of biryani soon. Till then have this one and let us know if it rocked. Continue reading Lazzatdar Chicken Biryani
CHICKEN 65 is spicy and extremely yummylicious and mouth-watering dish of South India. The Chicken 65 has its origin from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Usually, it is served as starters, snacks but some like it in main course.
I’d never been to South India but I am very much fascinated towards the South Indian dishes like dosa, idli and Chicken 65, of course.
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Chicken 65 and its Name
There are many stories behind the name of this South Indian dish, Chicken 65. One reports that in a Chennai military canteen, this Chicken dish was on number 6 on the menu card. When the soldiers would want to order it, they would simply ask for the number 65 and, thus, the name Chicken 65 came into being. The other story reveals, to make this dish, it would take almost 65 days to prepare; another one says since Chicken 65 was a combination of 65 spices, hence the name. While another story reveals that Chicken 65 was introducd by Buhari Hotel in Chennai.
Whatsoever is its origin, I like the dish very much and I bet once you cook it for your dear ones (like I did) your Chicken 65 will be more in demand!
Chicken 65 can me made in various ways. Usually Chicken 65 is made with the boneless chicken but here since I was making it at home I’d taken the chicken with bones. It’s up to you whether you want to make it boneless or along with bones.
This dish is full of protein, and gives an amazing taste. It is very soft, juicy and crispy in texture. So, make it on your own. I promise you won’t go to the restaurant for Chicken 65 next time because you already know how to make the yummylicious Chicken 65.
I didn’t add eggs in Chicken 65, as I don’t like the taste and smell of it. Instead I have used yoghurt. Try this eggless form of Chicken 65. Continue reading Chicken 65 Recipe