Chicken Matar PULAO for EID by Rookie With A Cookie | Pakistani Pulao Dish

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CHICKEN KARAHI - How to Make Chicken Karahi Restaurant Style

This is my way of making restaurant-style Chicken Karahi! I share in this video the key ingredient that makes the curry so flavorful and intense. Learn how to make the classic Pakistani Chicken Karahi! Expand for the recipe link! http://rookiewithacookie.com/chicken-karahi-recipe/

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TRADITIONAL DAL BAATI Cooked for 50 School Kids! Unique DESERT Food in Rajasthan

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Eggplant and soy sauce side dish (가지나물)

http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/gaji-namul Gaji-namul is a simple, delicious, everyday Korean side dish, meant to be eaten with other side dishes and rice. It’s one of my favorites. I love the fresh taste, soft texture, and the beautiful vibrant purple color of the dish on the table. It's refreshing and goes well with oilier items to offset their texture and taste. I never get tired of it! If you are a vegetarian, replace the fish sauce with soy sauce.

Pakistani Matar Pulao (pilaf) is a rice dish cooked in a seasoned broth. The rice, which must be long grain Basmati, gets its brown hue from fried onions. The most traditional recipe is made with fresh stock depending on the meat you use and flavored with additional aromatics. For the sake of time and convenience, my recipe calls for store-bought chicken stock! Resulting dish is just as good if not better! Eat this delicious Chicken Matar Pulao with a side of raita!

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