Not too long ago, one of her dishes caught my attention. The ever familiar Black Sticky Rice (Orh Bee) that is usually used in Chinese dessert was used in a very interesting way! I got hooked and started to follow Sherie on her blog – a ½ food blog. Well, I mentioned that black sticky rice was used in a very interesting way, right? Normally, black sticky rice is cooked and served with coconut milk. Sherie has 4 ways in using them, which all of them look yummy! You can see her posts here and here.
Today, I am glad to have Sherie on my blog. Of course, she is going to share with us a very delicious dish – Chicken Briyani Rice! It is by far, one of the most popular dishes around the globe. By looking at the photos, not only I can tell they are beautifully captured, I could almost imagine how good it smells and tastes. Let’s welcome Sherie!
When Leemei invited me to do a guest post on her blog, I almost couldn’t believe my eyes! After all, I started blogging and photographing about my bakes and my dishes a little more seriously not too long ago even though my blog has been around for yonks 😛 Thank you Leemei, for this wonderful opportunity! I am terribly honoured 😀 Leemei’s blog is undoubtedly one of those few blogs that i look up to. Wonderful wonderful recipes and photographs, and needless to say, brilliant travel stories with stunning photos!
I love spices. To be more exact, I love and absolutely intrigue by Indian spices. For the longest time, I put Indian cuisine on hold because truth be told, I was a little intimidated by the spices. So many types! So similar looking! You’ll hear me lament.
But not anymore because I’ve finally picked up the courage and venture beyond my comfort zone. For many of us who reside in Malaysia and Singapore, Chicken Briyani is not uncommon. We can get it almost at every corner. But what most of us do not know is that the biryani that we’ve been wolfing down actually are not exactly authentic though delicious to bits and pieces.
Today, I would like to share this wonderful authentic Chicken Biryani recipe with you which isn’t that intimidating at all. Once you have all the spices in the pantry at your disposal that is. In fact, it is so easy that I actually cooked this rice dish twice this week! One pot meal… makes my life so much easier 🙂
Now now, all you need to do is to do is list down the spices and hop over to the nearest Indian store! It will be your best decision ever – speaking from experience here *wink* Nandri!