It is said that ‘Hardeep Punjab’ is truly a Sion legend. The restaurant is very famous for its one special dish – Chicken Maska Chaska. Once you get here in this restaurant, you have to try their authentic and popular Chicken Chaska Maska — a chicken curry dish in white gravy served in a matka (earthen pot) covered with a roti. Its delicious creamy texture mouth licking scrumptious taste offers a wholesome, comfort food experience. This cheesy and creamy starter will melt in your mouth right away. The taste of the chicken is just perfect. Not too light not too heavy. It is just perfect.
In here, we are sharing the most authentic and delicious Murgh Makhani|Butter Chicken recipe today on our blog post. After a lot of experiments and trial and error method, we finally got our hands on the secret ingredient to make the most authentic and delicious recipe of Butter Chicken that you get in the restaurants so that even you can make the same recipe in your home by following few simple steps as mentioned below.
‘Murgi Mangshor Jhol’ also called as “Patla Murgir jhol” steeped in gentle earthly spices , it is truly a lightweight and flavorsome dish that heals your tummy , your heart and gives you a heavenly food contentment. This traditional chicken curry from Bengal is devoid of whole garam masalas and relies more on the trio of onions, ginger and garlic. The curry is characterized by its red color along with well cooked potatoes. You will find millions of recipe’s on this specific dish on google or any other food sites but I suggest always go for the simplest recipe because this is the peculiarity of this chicken dish : being very simple yet very delicious in taste. Here is my recipe on ‘Murgir Mangshor Jhol’ – Bengali Chicken Curry from a typical Bengali living in Mumbai.
Hola! everyone, how is your weekend going? Well, the question is what have you planned for your weekend food menu? Well, skip the takeaway and home food delivery’s as we have come forward to sort your weekend menu out with this perfectly delicious and splendid recipe of “Hyderabadi Chicken Masala Curry” -A mouthwatering and tummy growling Murgh cuisine entirely based on Hyderabadi flavor. Well, I can say that this recipe is somewhat similar to our Bengali “Kosha Murgir Mangsho” (Bengali Chicken Curry) in taste but its just a personal opinion and I would love to know what you think about this regional chicken cuisine cooked with variety of different Indian spices and masala just to give you that perfect chicken curry on your plate and make your weekend perfectly splendid.
Lababdar as a term is often attached to many dishes to signify complete surrender of one’s taste buds to that dish’.– google definition.The word ‘Lababdar’ is basically used for dishes which are extremely rich and desired by all. In simple words, a recipe that will make your mouth water and tummy growl in hunger.
‘Mughlai Chicken’ is a rich, delicious, decadent and a royal cuisine, cooked with rich aromatic Indian whole spices, nuts and Indian masalas. Originated during the reign of Mughal Empire, it is a thick chicken gravy (curry) with a creamy texture and a rich, flavorful aroma that can promise you a sure joyful ride to food heaven.No Kidding! It taste spicy and so delicious that you will be tempted to lick your fingers clean and still can’t get enough of this mouthwatering and delicious recipe on a lazy Sunday morning. Believe me, missing out on trying this delicious restaurant-style recipe will be such a waste of taste.
Rich in its creamy texture and flavor, this recipe is very simple, quick and very authentic in its flavor. Cooked with cashew nuts and some fresh cream, Ahghani Chicken curry is best served with Roti and Parathas but we Bengali’s always love to opt for Rice over anything as our main course. Haha!
Sunday doesn’t feel like Sunday if there’s no Chicken involved, I mean – cooked at home, duh!Typical non-vegetarian’s. So on Saturday night when mom asked me what she should be cooking on this Sunday except for the usual, I instantly demanded her to make chicken thigh leg curry or in better words “Chicken Drumstick Curry”, sounds better, isn’t it? So, a Chicken Drumstick is the lower part of the chicken leg, very succulent similar to the chicken breast and curry is an Indian style recipe where we cook the chicken with all the easily available Indian spices at home.