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Mutton Biryani

It has been a while since I posted something here as I was way busy with work and other stuff. Today I had little time on hand. I thought of cooking something to reward myself for all the hard work. What else can make me more happy than the food I love made with my own hands in the way I wanted to.....
And here I made one dish I love the most - Mutton Biryani. YUM!!!Spicy mutton biryani with a side of cool raitha and sliced raw onions.Alright guys, I got to go enjoy my food..Want some for yourselves too..There is only one way and what are you waiting for..Get into your kitchens :)..

Almond Chicken/Badami Chicken

Here is dish a which is rich and tasty from Mughlai cuisine. Most of the mughlai dishes are creamy, rich with hint of nuts. The dish I prepared below is on the notes of Korma but little more richer, creamier and of course tastier :).
Here is almond chicken chicken cooked in rich almond sauce. Give it a try!!

Quick pasta in tomato sauce

A quick and easy pasta recipe yet so tasty and very filling. Not bad for a weekday huh?..Give this a try :)

Andhra Mutton Curry - 1

Today I prepared another dish that always will make me feel like I am home - my mom version of mutton curry.
This dish is really easy and quick to make with very less number of ingredients on hand. Try out this lip smacking, spicy Mutton curry... Enjoy!!!

Coconut dessert

Just tried out something with coconut milk and gelatin as I have left over gelatin packets on hand. It turned out pretty good and to my surprise it tasted like coconut halwa.. I could not stop with just one piece as it literally melted in my mouth.

If you happen to have gelatin on hand this recipe is worth trying...Give it a try!!

Chicken Panini with Provolone cheese and Pesto

Yet another Panini recipe from my new Panini grill :)..

Grilled Cheese Sandwich - 1

YAY!!!!!!!!!I got my new panini grill. I am so excited to try and make all these sandwiches and panini's now.
You can make these without a panini press or grill but the time you are going to spend on making these will make a big difference.
 Anyways I am presenting all the different ways you can make it so that anyone can try making these yummy sandwiches at home.
First and fore most I kicked it off with my favorite grill cheese sandwich which will taste out of this world, I promise :). Hope you guys will like it too...
The recipe goes like this.

Kobbari undalu/Sweet Coconut balls

Kobbari undalu also known as Kobbari losulu is one of the traditional home made sweets in Andhra. People with sweet tooth will definitely love these undalu.

All you need is freshly grated coconut, jaggery and little patience to make this dish..Give it a try :)

Chicken keema balls kofta curry

Here is the tasty and rich chicken keema balls kofta curry. The best way to describe this dish is chicken meatballs cooked in spices and rich gravy. Earlier today I made chicken keema balls for snacks and I made some extra balls to make this yummy curry.
This dish I made today is based off on Mugalai dishes which are well known for their richness. Keema kofta curry can be served with rice or any Indian bread items..Enjoy!!

Chicken Keema balls - dry

Today I made crispy chicken keema balls. These chicken balls can be served as a quick snack item or can be made into yummy kofta curry with leftovers which I will be posting later.
Adding rice to the keema will help absorb the moisture. These balls can be baked in the oven if you feel guilty to eat deep fried food :). Give this a try!!