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Ingredients- Pateele Ke Kebab ..read more
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Named after Ambur, a small town in Vellore (Tamil Nadu), this biryani is the most ..read more
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Jama Masjid is one of the most popular sightseeing sites in New Delhi. A religious shrine, it is also famous for its impressive architecture. It is one of the largest mosques in India. Jama Masjid Delhi is also known as Masjid-i-Jahan-Numa, which means a mosque that reflects the world. Jama Masjid has derived from the word jummah, which refers to the prayer of the holy assembly of Muslims — located in Chandni Chowk, another popular place to visit in Delhi, especially if you are shopping enthusiasts. Jama Masjid Delhi was built during the reign of Shah Jahan, while Saadullah Khan supervised its construction. The Mughal Empire is synonymous with more significant than life architecture, high culture and beautiful art. The Mughal emperors, with their rich heritage, food and culture, were the first to bring Mughal’s cuisine into the country. Here is a list of 6 best places to eat in Jama Masjid Aslam Butter Chicken If you think you have had the best butter chicken so far, you have to bite Aslam’s butter chicken and trust us to fall in love with the smoky flavours. This place, which has been serving for signature food for more than ten years, is also known for its fish Tikka and Paneer Gravy, which are served with khamiri roti. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nazrana_zaike_ka (@nazrana_zaike_ka) on May 16, 2019 at 11:34pm PDT Qureshi Kebab Corner This eatery in Jama Masjid makes the most delicious kebab. This is where many people go to get their meat repaired. Everything here is smoked on-site on a charcoal grill and served sizzling hot. They also offer a variety of Mughlai dishes that will undoubtedly trigger your taste buds. If you’re travelling to New Delhi, a visit to Qureshi is a must. View this post on Instagram A post shared by baibhab datta (@baibhabdatta) on Oct 1, 2018 at 9:55am PDT Al-Jawahar Al Jawahar Restaurant located on Matia Mahal Road. It conveniently located at the beginning of the road at Jama Masjid Gate 1. It’s not easy to miss this. Tandoor and large metal cooking pots dominate the entrance. There is also another restaurant called Old Jawahar, but that’s another place. Al Jawahar has two floors of seating and an upper level for families. Although air-conditioned, it is not enclosed and therefore does not expect the site to be cooled but merely comfortable. The top floor has a large central table for large families. The other tables are in six or four configurations. One needs to be careful about what you order and when. Mutton Nihari and Paya Soup are their signature plates but are only available in the morning. He’ll be in 10 hours, so you have to hurry. Mutton Nihari is a specially prepared meal that cooks over a slow flame overnight and is therefore only prepared in the morning. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rajputi Kangan (@rajputikangan) on Aug 26, 2019 at 9:44am PDT Cool Point Sahi Tukda Located at Bazaar Matia Mahal, Opposite Jama Masjid Gate 1. They specialise in Mughlai desserts alone, don’t expect a large variety to choose from: And Shahi Tukda, kheer, badam milk and rabri is all you’ll get. Taufeeq Ki Biryani Located in Chitli Qabar, it is “Dil Pasand Biryani Point”, best known as “Taufeeq ki Biryani”. Chicken Biryani tastes very tasty here and differs from other places. They also keep a large container full of “dhaniya raita” so you can have it with biryani. The meat in biryani is tender and perfectly cooked. They also have Beef Biryani for the same price. Karim’s Jama MasjidKarim’s has served an excellent meat curry since 1913. Every day, more than 2,000 people come from different parts of the city to indulge in their soft kebabs and precious mutton. After all these years, Karim’s has maintained the same taste and quality and is proudly known as one of the oldest and best Mughlai restaurants in Delhi. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andoni Luis Aduriz (@andoniluisaduriz) on Dec 8, 2018 at 9:51am PST Check out our Instagram Handle– here  Check out Absolute Barbeque- here The post List of 6 Best Places To Eat In Jama Masjid appeared first on Gastronomically Yours. ..read more
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Delhi, the capital of India, is a fantastic combination of old and new and young and old. On the one hand, it boasts of its modern infrastructure, and on the other hand, it boasts of heritage buildings and centuries-old epic monuments. With many options of food, fashion, shopping, art, education, the city is truly the heartbeat of the country in every sense. Although it may be, the city dwellers looking for an escape from the hustle-bustle of city life, once in a while. A weekend could be the right time for a quick break, visiting a new place outside the routine and returning everyone charged for days to come. Here is our list of Weekend Getaways From Delhi In September 2019:  Weekend Getaways From Delhi In September 2019- Under 200 Kilometers Tijara Fort Palace, Alwar Most heritage hotels in Alwar District are born with the beauty and treasures of history. Everyone offers a spacious dream site where you can have a peaceful weekend getaway from Delhi. Seven terraced gardens command a magnificent view above the tall ramparts that have now completed and restored. The gardens being compared to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world – and the ruins (now restored) to Machu Picchu! Tijara Fort-Palace is an exclusive weekend getaway from Delhi. There are suites and rooms named after India’s leading painters, designers and aesthetes who have helped create them. A-One night stay at this heritage resort will boost you to discover the unique heritage hotels in Alwar. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kelly Riard Richardson (@kellyriardrichardson) on Aug 26, 2019 at 11:04am PDT Neemrana, Rajasthan The Neemrana Fort Palace is proud to be the premier legacy of the hotel in Rajasthan and also a unique Indian hotel. We have paid particular attention to ensuring that these time-recognized structures are restored and preserved with authenticity, to bring you back to the Middle Ages. Fantastic close to the Jaipur Highway, this stunning hotel is an ideal destination for your royal holiday in Jaipur. While it is to discover the absolute pleasure of viewing and visiting, Neemrana involves many steps and ramps to identify the 14tiered property. While most Heritage centres near Delhi are born with the beauty and treasures of history, Neemrana offers a lively venue for magical weekend stays, banquets, celebrations and conferences. This historic 15th-century hotel in Rajasthan is one of the most popular resorts near Delhi for weekend breaks and is ideal for inventing your past in a dreamlike place of history. Kuchesar. Uttar Pradesh Kuchesar is a small village located in Bhawan Bahadur Nagar Mandal in the Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh and is 80 km from Delhi. It is known for the Mud Fort, built by the rulers of Jat in the mid-18th century. Kuchesar, with its village and mud fortress surrounded by vast green fields, is one of the most memorable weekends stays. Rao Raj Vilas, also known as the Kuchesar Fort, is an 8th-century fortress and a cultural centre created by the restoration of the family property of Ajit Singh belonging to the former princely state of Kuchesar. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Raorajvilas kuchesarfort (@raorajvilas_kuchesarfort) on Jan 10, 2017 at 3:21am PST Weekend Getaways From Delhi In September 2019- Under 300 Kilometres Dehradun, Uttarakhand Nestled in the middle of the Doon Valley in Uttarakhand, Dehradun is a top-rated mountain station that attracts individuals, families and couples. Dehradun boasts scenic surroundings of the Garhwal Himalayas and is located at 1,400 feet above sea level and has a pleasant climate throughout the year. Whether one wants to explore tourist sites for families or try exciting adventure activities with your friends, Dehradun is the answer. Jaipur, RajasthanJaipur is a vibrant merger of old and new. Also called the Pink City, the capital of the royal state of Rajasthan, Jaipur was ruled by the Rajput kingdoms for centuries and developed as a planned city in the 17th century AD. Together with Delhi and Agra, Jaipur forms the Golden Triangle, one of the most famous tourist circuits in the country. Jaipur is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Amer Fort and Jantar Mantar and is home to many magnificent forts, palaces, temples and museums. Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan An ancient city in the state of Rajasthan, Jhunjhunu is one of the most progressive districts of the desert state. The empty havelis, a carefully carved architecture that the monuments proudly exhibit to tourists, has all the stories of exciting tourists, especially history enthusiasts. With the Aravali range protecting it in the southeast, the lush green valley also cares for tourists about its natural beauty. Each house has a story to tell, whether they are their brave sons, who have served the nation for years from the front, be they temples and holy places in the city. Bharatpur National Park, RajasthanBharatpur National Park, now known as Keoladeo National Park, a famous shrine of avifauna and a paradise for bird watching on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Locally known as Ghana, it is a mosaic of dry grassland, forests, forest swamps and wetlands. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ajay Rana (@ajayrana4517) on Mar 28, 2019 at 8:38am PDT ..read more
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This recipe uses different fillings for the egg muffins so you enjoy a variety of them or if you enjoy one of them you can use the same filling for all of them. Feel free to switch them up as you like. These make for a great snack and be carried on the go as well Ingredients- Multi Fillings Egg Muffins  4 eggs Half cup spinach washed and chopped 1/4th cup chopped onions Half cup chopped tomatoes 1/4th cup chopped capsicum Half cup broccoli florets 1/4th cup chopped mushroom Half cup shredded cheese + 2tbsp. for topping 2 tbsp ricotta cheese or any other soft cheese 2 tbsp. butter softened Salt and pepper to taste Chilli flakes – optional Method Grease a 6-mold muffin pan with butter. Use one mold for each of the following combinations –half the spinach and half the tomatoes, half the capsicum and half the onions, remaining half of the tomatoes and ricotta, half the broccoli and capsicum, half the spinach and mushrooms, remaining half of the broccoli and the shredded cheese. Preheat the oven to 185 degrees C. Break the eggs in a bowl and season well with salt and pepper after beating them. You can also season the different fillings with salt, pepper and Italian seasoning and chilli flakes. Pour the egg mixture evenly into all the 6 molds. Top with the 2-tbsp. shredded cheese. Bake the muffins for 20-25 minutes till the eggs are cooked. Unmold and serve. Also read our chicken recipes- here Check out our Instagram Handle- here  The post Multi Fillings Egg Muffins appeared first on Gastronomically Yours. ..read more
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