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Omelette Briyani

Omelette Briyani Oh, my  Briyani !” - that’s how my son always say when the word is mentioned with his eyes widen open and dancing happily. So you’re looking for something to fill up your empty stomach. You search high and low, through thick and thin for something aromatic, nice, slightly peppery and covered with a twist of spice. The perfect meal to fit these requirements? Briyani, of course! One scoop of Briyani on your plate is more than enough to set your hearts racing for another. It is not surprising people crave for biryani rice, with the distinct flavor even for the non-Indians. The process of cooking in dum style enable the aroma and flavor imbue into the rice grains, which make every bite blissful.  Known fact is that briyani is a wholesome rice-based dish prepared with spices, rice (eg basmati) and meat, fish, eggs and vegetables. The popularity of this exotic dish is attributed to its aromatic flavors and distinctively rich taste. At times I use t

Greek Berry Yogurt Parfait

Greek Yogurt Parfait It’s the same bowl of cereal. The same piece of toast. The same thing, day after day, it seems or the normal south Indian breakfast like dosa, puri ect. That’s why I love mixing it up with these delicious Berry Yogurt Breakfast Parfaits for a grab and go breakfast on the run.  If you are anything like me, you are rushing out the door as fast as possible and thinking about breakfast is pretty much the last thing you want to do.  Every single morning is a race against the clock.  Trying to get two kiddos up, dressed and out the door by 8 am is a battle in itself.   Boy, oh boy, is it usually a battle. oth my son and daughter  usually laying in their bed refusing to get out of bed. Once out of bed they refuses to exercise and get   dressed. Once dressed refuses to have breakfast. Non stop complaining - "Im still sleepily ", Not hungry", "Same breakfast"  and it continues,  By the end of the ordeal I often times feel like a I

South Indian Filter Coffee

South Indian Filter Coffee I looked out of my window with half open eyes - still wondering whether to climb out of bed or tug back into my comfort blanket. The sky was black and the large clouds were moving towards me. I heard a tapping on the window and then it became a pitter-patter. The clouds spat out their beads of water as people ran for cover outside and umbrellas were open. Puddles began pinking as the rainfall became heavier. What a perfect climate to enjoy a cup of freshly brewed filter coffee Filter coffee have became my morning obsession. I need a glass of filter coffee at any cost to kick start my day .All this obsession is only because I got use to the aroma of filter coffee and it will happen to everyone who loves coffee. Coffee is one drink that is prepared in so many different ways in different countries. There are the cold coffee drinks and the hot coffee drinks. I’m sure we all must have tasted a few different coffees is coffee shops. For any South