“Unity in diversity” is the policy of India. Because, India has diverse set of languages, communities and cultures. Consequently, India enjoys diverse set of foods and cuisines as well. Muslim cuisine is best known for their Briyani and Kebabs. Every non-vegetarian in India awaits to eat Ramzan special Briyani from a Muslim friend. Such is […]Read More Eatploration: Authentic Muslim Cuisine in Bangalore
Eating is a sensual experience. Don’t get me wrong here. Food’s colour and shape are sensed by eyes, smell is sensed by nose, temperature and texture are sensed by touching, taste is sensed with mouth and finally ear’s hear the sweet sound of food being bitten and chewed. Hence, I consider eating food as a […]Read More How to butterfly chicken breast with lollipop bone?
You may steam cook rice and you may pressure cook spicy mutton curry, but when you cook both together it is a Mutton Briyani. Okay, that first line is to give a simplified understanding of what Briyani is. In fact, History of Briyani suggests the same when Mughal Kings wanted to cook rice and meat […]Read More Briyani – A spicy tranquillizer!
Yes, you read it right. There are people who eat goat blood. If you have never eaten goat blood fry, you might be thinking of goat blood as red thick liquid boiling in a pan. No, it does not look like that. In slaughterhouse, goat blood is collected in a small plate and they sometimes […]Read More Vampire’s recipe – Goat blood fry