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Mutton Handi Biriyani

Mutton Handi Biriyani part of Royal Nawabi Cuisine. Mutton Biryani is most popular dish of this cuisine. There is a way in which it has to be prepared and served to the family members or the guests, a very popular dish in India and Pakistan. Handi is a large wide mouth deep buttom vessel mainly used to cook rice. When mutton Biriyani is cooked in a handi it is called mutton handi biriyani. Mostly when it is cooked in handi marinated mutton is used directly but I don’t like that way so I cooked the mutton in my way before putting it in the handi. Good thing about handi is it help to mingle the flavors well and bring the best flavorful Biriyani. Hope you will like my way of Mutton Handi Biriyani.

Dahl Idli

Idli is a traditional breakfast in South Indian household. Dahi ildi is nothing but yogurt dipped idlis (steamed rice cake). Today sharing this delicious breakfast or yummy snacks for scorching summer days. It’s the best way to use leftover idlis. So if you have some leftover idlis or want to try it with fresh ones just go for it. Yummy creamy chilled yogurt with soft idli is a heavenly combo in fiery summer. I add some of my twist to make it yummier. Hope you all will like it. Enjoy Dahi idli.

PavBhaji

Pav bhaji is a Maharashtrian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. The origin of this dish is traced to textile mill workers in Mumbai in the 1850s. Initially, it remained the food of the mill-workers. With time the dish found its way into restaurants and spread over Central Mumbai and other parts of the city via theUdupi restaurants. The pav-bhaji is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables mashed well with a generous dose of fresh tomatoes, a dollop of butter, optional toppings of cheese and dry-fruits and fresh fruits, consumed with warm bread gently or crispy fried in butter - an all-time, anytime favorite with Mumbaikars. It is native to Mumbai and has now become popular in most metropolitan areas in India. But not only in India the popularity of this dish crossed the Indian border and now it is common to find it on the menu of most Indian restaurants serving fast food in Asia (especially Singapore, Hong Kong), America, UK (London), Switzerland and elsewhere.…