This Chicken Pulao recipe is again a one-pot recipe that requires minimum hassle for a delicious meal. The only key point to this recipe is the way of frying the sliced onions so that it gets the golden-brown shade, as we call it birista or beresta. Which in turn gives the pulao its dark caramelised brown colour!
This Broccoli fried rice is perhaps the easiest way of making a broccoli recipe at home. It comes together in no time and has the goodness of veggies. If you wish you can go with broccolis only, but I love to add carrots to add a touch of colour to break the monotony of green.
This Bhuni Khichuri can give a pulao/pilaf run for money in terms of grandeur and taste. Pair it with Kosha Mangsho or Illish maach for a meal fit for kings
This Katla Macher recipe of using the macher tel or fish fat is one of the unique dishes popular in my family. Here, the katla macher tel that is fish fat and its liver is fried in some mustard oil along with chopped onion and a handful of rice. This in itself is a dish and doesn’t need any side dish to go with.
This Macher Matha diye Pulao made with Rohu fish head is like macher matha diye muri ghonto which usually uses fragrant gobindobhog variety of rice. Here, I have used famous Indian rice, Basmati. Eating a fish head requires practice and patience, but once mastered it opens the doors to relishing several fish head recipes.
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