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Chicken Fried Rice posted here is a Indo Chinese recipe. Fried rice is a dish where steamed rice is stir fried with vegetables, meat and mild spices. Left over rice also works great for preparing the Fried Rice. This is a universally appealing dish, and delicious too.       
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Biryani is a splendid dish among the rice dishes of Indian cuisine, and is served on most of the occasions. This dish is rich in flavour. Chicken biryani is a rice dish flavoured with spices and chicken giving it a rich aroma and magnificent taste.                                                                                                         Read more ...


This recipe is a simple and easy to cook chicken gravy which does not require any grinding and neither uses coconut. This chicken recipe will be a easy to try recipe for beginners and goes well with rice and all Indian breads.
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Mutton pepper gravy is made with whole pepper,coriander leaves and coconut giving the nice green colour to the gravy unlike the other gravy recipes. On a cold or raining day, this pepper gravy with rice will satisfy your cravings for a hearty food. 
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Meen Moilee (Fish Moilee) is a kerala style fish curry. It is made with mild spices and coconut milk. It is a fantastic fish gravy for steamed rice. This is a simple and easy dish to make and the coconut milk enhances the taste of the dish.       
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There are different methods to make egg gravy. In this recipe I have used boiled eggs. This gravy is a simple egg gravy that goes perfect for rice.
Method:
Boil the eggs. Break open and remove the shell and 
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Egg kothu parota is a popular street food in Tamil Nadu. Here minced/ shredded parota is tossed with egg and spices to give a delicious recipe. It is a perfect recipe for dinner. It can be eaten as a snack too.

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This chicken gravy is a traditional home style gravy. It is simple to prepare and equally delicious too. It goes great with rice and all Indian breads.
Method:
Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds. Once the mustard
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Biryani is a splendid dish among the rice dishes of Indian cuisine, and is served on most of the occasions. Goat meat is often referred to as mutton. Biryani is one of the dish that comes first to our mind when we think of a rice dish, which is rich in flavour.
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The fish gravy posted here is a homestyle gravy which I learnt from my mother. With the blend of onion and coconut paste along with tamarind extract, this fish gravy tastes splendid.

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This is a different style of chicken gravy. It is slightly more spicy than the other chicken gravies posted. It goes well with rice and all Indian breads.
Method:
Marinate chicken with red chilli powder,                                                                                        Read more ...


Poached Egg gravy is a simple egg gravy recipe. Here instead of boiling the egg and adding to the curry , the egg is broken and dropped in the curry sauce and allowed to cook. This gravy goes well with rice and all Indian breads.       
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I found this fish gravy when I was surfing the net. This was a different variation of fish gravy from the one I usually make and wanted to try it. I tried the gravy with my own touches and it did come out well and taste good.       
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