Millennial Biryani

This boneless chicken biryani is perfect for picky eaters, and I happen to know a whole lot of them. This always comes to the rescue, even though I’m a traditionalist who likes fighting over the best boti in the biryani. I’ve started making this boneless version to keep the peace, but don’t be fooled. I never compromise on flavor, texture or aroma, so this biryani delivers on all fronts. The masala is still luscious, the chicken is still bursting with flavor, and the rice is still perfectly cooked. So what are you waiting for?

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Chicken Tikka

As much as I love the pre-made spice mixes for things like tikka and biryani, it’s nice to know you can make them on your own…

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Chicken Handi

…There’s something about the delicious tomato and onion gravy that coats the succulent chicken cubes, all to be scooped up into a fresh piece of naan…

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Naan

Naan. Oh how I miss the warm round pieces of  steamy heaven,  freshly made in a tandoor. Now, I don’t have a tandoor, but I make them at home almost every week. They go great with just about anything, and I literally just had a garlic naan for lunch. I make these naan stove top, and they turn out great, but feel free to have a go anthem in the oven. It’ll take longer, but with high heat you can achieve the tandoor char. Once you get the basic recipe down you can add toppings. Garlic, cheese, kalongi and sesame seeds are my favorite. I also make a killer keema naan…

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