Kobbari Pal Annam | Coconut Pulao

Kobbari Pal Annam is my final recipe shared under family recipes loved by kids. This is one of our most frequently prepared rice dishes, served with many different masala kura. I already have a Coconut Pulao or Coconut Milk Rice, which is slightly differently prepared. In today’s version, I have used only coconut milk as […]

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookies from Scotland

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies is my choice for O and the history of these cookies dates back to Scotland, where it was fist made. Though I am not a big fan of Oats and have tried my share of oats for breakfast, I always stock it and especially when Athamma is with us, I make sure […]

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Tomato Pulao with Fried Bread

Tomato Pulao with Fried Bread is one of those dishes from childhood. While I have so many versions of Tomato Pulao, this one is special as I remember Amma making it this way with fried bread pieces garnished on top. Some of the pieces would have steeped inside and you have that soggy deep fried […]

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Gobi Fried Rice | Cauliflower Fried Rice

Gobi Fried Rice

This is as street food as you can get to! Gobi Fried Rice is what you get when you visit Tirumala and want to have a quick bite before you decide to hit the bed for an early darshanam. I don’t think this can be found elsewhere, as this must be something the local innovative […]

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How to make Biryani Masala Powder | Homemade Biryani Masala

Biryani Masala Powder

Homemade Biryani Masala Powder is a very handy spice blend that can be prepared at home and stocked in your refrigerator for a quick biryani preparation. We are starting the Blogging Marathon18th Edition today. We have successfully completed one whole month of blogging with three posts phased out over four weeks. Though a certain amount […]

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Dalcha Recipe | How To Make Dalcha

Dalcha

Dalcha can easily be called a silent killer. Yes famous among its peers yet not so well known outside its crowd. While everybody knows and raves about Biryani, not many may know how important a dalcha is, when you talk about Biryani. Especially when it’s a nonvegetarian biryani. Growing up in a nonvegetarian family I […]

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