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post #1 of 172
Thread Starter 
Anyone tried the Chicken Biryani rice?

With some seekh kebabs and Indian bread this makes one of my favourite meals in a restaurant.
post #2 of 172
I don`t know too much about Indian food, but I will not return a place that does not make good biryani.
post #3 of 172
I like mutton curry, and that spinach and cottage cheese dish.
post #4 of 172
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Originally Posted by acidicboy View Post
I like mutton curry, and that spinach and cottage cheese dish.

that would be palak paneer. One of my favorites!
post #5 of 172
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Originally Posted by Dragon View Post
I don`t know too much about Indian food, but I will not return a place that does not make good biryani.

+100

i know a lot about indian food, and i will agree to the good biryani part.
post #6 of 172
LOVE IT! And for the record, no im not indian...lol
post #7 of 172
I could eat it daily.

Naan, chicken tikka masala, saag paneer, raita, veg biryani, mango lassi and kheer.
post #8 of 172
Curried okra, dahl and the calamari in hot tamarind sauce I had in Bangalore. Naan is a perennial favourite at our house.
post #9 of 172
Thread Starter 
how about Indian icecream? Kulfi, seasoned with saffron and rosewater
post #10 of 172
I love indian food, but I hardly eat it in the states.

I love biryani, although I prefer mutton over chicken. hyderabadi food (where biryani comes from) is my favortie type of indian food.
post #11 of 172
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
I love indian food, but I hardly eat it in the states.

I love biryani, although I prefer mutton over chicken. hyderabadi food (where biryani comes from) is my favortie type of indian food.

How about roast Tandoori chicken with some flat breads?
post #12 of 172
I am currently experiencing severe Indian-food withdrawal. The nearest Indian restaurant is about 40 miles away, and even the ones I've tried when in Nashville (75 miles away) have been relatively disappointing.
post #13 of 172
Anyone here cooks their own indian food? Any indian cookbooks you can recommend besides Madhur Jaffrey's, which I already own?
post #14 of 172
My favorite dish is Sarson Ka Saag, a mustard leaf dish, extra extra extra spicy. Huzzah!
post #15 of 172
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nice
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