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    There is a long history of biryani. And am not gonna talk about that really, you can just Google it ;) Biryani has always been my favourite. The recipe and preparation of biryani differs from state to state, region to region, differing widely in taste and the manner in which they are served. There is Hyderabadi Biryani, Malabar Biryani from Kerala, Lucknow Dum Biryani, Sindhi Biryani, Dindigul Biryani, Bombay Biryani etc etc…..Each has its unique flavour and taste. I am little too embarrassed to say this ;) My dad has a lot of Muslim friends and I love going to their family weddings with my dad “only” for the Wedding Biryani that they serve. I hope none of my dad’s friends read my blog post :p So anyway coming back to biryani…I was born and bought up in Chennai and I grew up eating this style of biryani, “The Bhai Biryani”. The taste, aroma and texture is absolutely fantastic. I have been hunting for an authentic recipe of this Bhai Biryani for a long time. After browsing lot of recipes and gathering lot of tips from our Muslim friends, I was determined to try it out. After making small adjustments to my mom’s original biryani recipe and method, we decided to cook it this weekend. And the verdict? Aromatic and flavourful. BUT the biryani cooked by the cooks over wood fire and charcoal is unbeatable. So this is how its done in our hometown and to me its the best :)
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    Apples should be stored in the crisper of the fridge. They soften much faster at room temperature.
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    If dried herbs are used in a recipe, crush them first to release their fragrance.
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    To store green chillies for longer, remove the stalk and keep in tight glass bottles in the fridge.
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    Today I post Tawa Pizza or homemade wheat flour pizza. It’s a very simple pizza which can be made quickly at home. I have made the pizza dough at home in this recipe with wheat flour without using of refined flour (maida) and yeast which is very good source of fibres, manganese and selenium. You can say, here we use whole wheat flour roti for base. For the topping, use mix veggies like onion, tomatoes, capsicum, corn, or whatever your child or family members like. I have made this pizza on non-stick pan, its good option for those who have not oven at home.
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    Onions have plenty of fiber, vitamin C and may help prevent the growth of tumors. Plus, they’re a great kitchen staple, so stock up. Use them with sauté or roasted vegetables or meats, in soups and more.
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    Warm garlic flakes slightly either in a microwave oven or on a griddle before peeling. The skin will come off easily.
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    to avoid wetness in salt during winter put the salt in air tight contained n put some pepper corns inside...
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    If karanjis get a bit stale, warm them for half to one minute in a microwave oven before serving. They will taste like freshly fried.
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    To reduce rheumatic joint pains and bring down swelling, give hot fomentation using salt.
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    Add little milk while kneading dough. Doing so will give even more softer rotis and parathas.
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    A tiny chili can help provide the body with lots of beta-carotene- more than even carrot. Moreover, it can help provide relief from various problems like migraines, cluster headaches, sinusitis, and even arthritis.
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    Beans are low in fat and offer an excellent source of protein, fiber, and complex carbohydrates. The major health benefit of common beans is their ability to lower cholesterol due to their rich source of fiber.
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    Milk is the best source of calcium supply to our body. Calcium protects the body from major chronic ailments such as cancerous chemicals, bone loss, arthritic condition, migraine headaches, pre-menstrual syndrome, and obesity in children and aids in losing unwanted fats.
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    Out of brown sugar? You can substitute 1 cup for 1 cup white sugar and ¼ cup molasses. Just reduce the other liquids in the recipe by about ¼ cup.
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    A simple recipe to make the tastiest of potatoes in gravy. It is a sinful preparation and meant for celebratory occasions!
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