Konkani Fish Curry, Alle Kande Ambat

Hi friends,                        Today I’m presenting a Konkani fish curry, with onion ginger base.This dish is also called Alle Piyav Ghashi in South Kanara.Cooking it in an earthen pot gives it more authentic flavor.                       …

Varutha Kozhi Curry,Fried chicken curry

Hi friends,                       Here’s another chicken recipe from my kitchen.Today I’m gonna share the recipe of Authentic South  Indian Varutha Kozhi Curry/Fried Chicken Curry.      South Indian Cuisine includes the cuisines of the 5 southern states of India-Andra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana.     …

Chicken Stew

     A stew is a combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid and served in the resultant gravy.      Ingredients in a stew can include any combination of vegetables ( such as carrots, potatoes, onions,beans,peppers and tomatoes) or meat.Poultry,sausage and seafood are also used.While water can be used as…

Goan Prawn Curry with coconut milk

Today I prepared Goan prawn curry,a popular dish through out the state.Before sharing the  recipe I would like to give you some information about  Goan Cuisine.      Goan Cuisine consists of regional foods in Goa.Rice, seafood,coconut, vegetables,meat,pork and local spices are some of the main ingredients in Goan Cuisine.Use of kokum is another distinct…

Chicken Momos

Chicken Momo is a non vegetarian dish famous as a street food snack.It can be steamed as well as deep fried.      It is believed to be of Tibetan origin and later spread to other neighbouring countries with the influx  of Tibetan diaspora.Initially this dish was popular among the  Newar community of Kathmandu valley.Newar…

Hyderabadi Mutton Bhuna Gosht(Roasted Meat)

     My love for desi food cannot be described in words specially when talking about Hyderabadi cuisine.      Let me give you a brief introduction of Hyderabadi cuisine.It is also called as Deccani cuisine.It is the native cooking style of the Hyderabadi Muslims.      It developed during Bahmani dynasty and Qutb Shahi…