Hariyali Kebab and Nababi Biriyani offer a fusion of Punjabi and Mughlai culinary influences. These recipes are not just about cooking; they are about crafting an exceptional weekend dining experience.
Once upon a time, naan-taftan was a kind of bread that accompanied assorted kebabs — essentially a kebab platter — among which, this sheekh kebab was much-cherished.
In this day and age, it’s very difficult to find time to do just about anything, meaning much less time in the kitchen, save for the weekends. But if the mood demands something scrumptious, lack of time is the last thing that will work as an excuse! These recipes are dedicated for those express situations where time is short but craving is not.
Each street popular for its food has a story to tell. From the narrow lanes of Old Dhaka, the bustling Taltola or Banani 11, to Uttara — they all have their flavour for us to relish. Each experience is richer than the next one but hands down, it's time to re-discover Mohammadpur's street food this winter, for its warmth and vivacity.
With Eid-ul-Azha now over, you should have a refrigerator full of meat for you to cook up a storm. And here are the perfect recipes to accompany you in said cooking adventure.
Eid-ul-Azha is just around the corner, and that usually means a refrigerator full of meat for you to cook up a storm. And here are the perfect recipes to accompany you in said cooking adventure.
Eid-ul-Azha is around the corner, and food buffs who enjoy the festival have no doubt already chosen their traditional favourites to experiment when the meat comes in. However, people nowadays have had so much exposure to different cuisines that the meat loving heart can no longer restrict itself to only biryani and beef rezala, even during Qurbani.
The word 'kebab' is derived from an Arabic word 'cabob' which means 'to burn or char'. Most of the famous kebabs like galouti, shami, and kakori originated in the royal kitchens.