This is a traditional Spanish/Latin American dish consisting mainly of rice (Arroz) with chicken (Pollo). It is a perfect 'one pot meal', meaning that the chicken, rice, and vegetables are all cooked together in a single pot, resulting in a flavourful dish with minimum effort.
A simple and intensely flavourful coconut rice dish that makes for a great accompaniment to my swahili chicken. It is also is great served with any seafood as coconut and fish go beautifully well together.
I like to think of this dish as a type of 'desi' fried rice. It is a very flavourful famous Mumbai street food that is super easy to put together. The best thing about it is that it makes use of leftover cooked plain rice to prepare a really delicious new meal.
This spicy biryani has got to be one of the most flavourful biryani versions and is extremely popular all over the world. It originates from the Sindh province of Pakistan. What makes any biryani intensely delicious is partly due to the amount and variety of spices used and partly from the love and care that goes into the cooking process.
I prefer chicken thighs for this recipe as they retain their moisture better than boneless chicken breast, but the option is entirely yours on which cut you prefer. You could also add in some mixed veggies with the chicken to elevate the nutrition factor of this meal.
This is one of the oldest Anglo-Indian inspired meals. It is a flavourful dish consisting of rice and flaked fish, served with boiled eggs and garnished with parsley. Kedgeree is believed to have been inspired by the Indian rice and lentil dish Kichri, and was probably introduced to the UK by returning British colonials who had enjoyed the dish in India.