I remember those fond memories of growing up, Sunday lunch was always something special. A lunch that brought us laughter and togetherness. For me those fond memories of having lunch together has a nostalgic pull on our hearts and taste buds. It was either chicken biryani or mutton curry with simple white rice and salad. We would eagerly look forward to it. It was perfect with a relaxed atmosphere where my small family would unwind, catch up, share a freshly cooked hearty meal
Fast forward I feel the same pleasure, feeding my boys with a nice heart meal on a relaxed Sunday afternoon, finishing off with some syrupy goodness. The lunch need not be anything elaborate or fancy just the whole idea of sitting together, giggling and chatting.
Egg biryani is one such meal that has caught my fancy lately. This dish isn’t super rich but is loaded with tons of flavours that makes it utterly delicious. The whole blend of mint and coriander paste is turbo charged with just a spoon of fennel seeds that balances its flavours so well. Also few drops of chilled rose water elevates its flavour to the next level. I know people who love chicken biryani would remark this dish as a bit of compromise on taste but trust me if you are looking for something lean and simple, this egg biryani keep up to it.
HOW TO MAKE A DELICIOUS AND A QUICK EGG BIRYANI
Post Diwali, I have been trying to cut down on sweets knowing that festive season is going to kick in soon. I know a delicious fruit laden pavlova is must and my boys are obsessed with desserts particularly. On a recent supermarket trip to Aldi, we found these mini pavlova bases and I knew my boys would be glad to try them out. So this was our impromptu treat with dollops of double cream and a quick frozen berry compote to go with it. Totally love it.
Now if you are looking to spoil your family with supremely simple but elegant lunch, look no further. This egg biryani is quick and absolutely worth trying.
I hope this recipe graces your Sunday meal, always appreciate your feedbacks .