From: Onlymyhealth Staff Writer, Nurmyhealth Editorial Staff Date: May 30, 2018
If you're a foodie and your food is your life then what you definitely do not is allowed to miss is the traditional Indian cuisine. These kitchens are absolutely fantastic to try as we have meat and vegetable dishes on our plate this weekend. Here is a list you should try this weekend only if you are a true foodie.
Mutton Rogan Josh
Mutton rogan josh leads our list when it comes to non-vegetarian kitchens. It is the typical Kashmiri curry, where meat is cooked with fried onions, spices such as red cashmere chillies and yoghurt. The rich red color of this delicious meat kitchen is enough to make you drool. Can be prepared at home or you can easily find any restaurant that serves non-vegetarian dishes. Do it with rice or chapattis, tastes best with everything.
Let's hear it for our potato friends. Who does not like potatoes? Here the potatoes are fried on a medium flame until they are golden yellow and mixed with yogurt and some selected spices to get the delicious red curry. Best enjoyed with Chapattis or Paranthas, Dum Aloo is a delicious vegetarian dish.
A wholesome blend of spices, rice and tender chicken Did we forget to mention Ghee? This delicious and aromatic rice specialty will certainly tickle your taste buds, while the well-cooked chicken puts you completely in a trance. No, it's not a chicken biryani; it is more or fried rice with chicken.
Made with cinnamon, saffron, ghee, milk, sugar, cashew nuts, green cardamom. Almonds and cloves, Meeshti Pulao is an aromatic desert. Yes, it is a preparation of rice in the form of dessert, a sweet pulao. You can play with the sweetness and the taste of sweetness with jiggery or sugar, both giving different sweetness.
Brace yourself Vegetarian! The delicious cottage cheese also known as Paneer Court is here. Cooked patiently in milk and sprinkled with brown and green cardamom until the paneer is soft and the gravy is rich and brown. This Paneer dish can lend flavor to your weekend if you're a vegetarian and Paneer is your thing.