I feel blessed in a lot of ways, really don’t know how to express it. Just like I mentioned in my previous guest post of Shazzy, I am getting to meet such lovely and down to earth people across this blogosphere. Such an immensely humbling experience, it is… One such person I received through this series of mine is Rani, who blogs at Rani’s Gourmet. She seems to be on and off with her blogging, I am sure it has to do with tight schedules, but one peep into her blog will make you feel like somebody who cooks simple yet delicious meals day in and day out. With very simple yet attractive photographs, her blog is one to watch for.When I received a comment on my page from her, I requested her to drop me an email. From there, started our little friendship. I found her to be really simple, in awe with my style of writing (is it that great??? 🙂 ) and doubting if whatever she would give me would be good enough for my blog. I guess this is not just to Rani, but to all bloggers out there, one thing I have learned from blogging is self-belief. Do you believe you can do it? Then you can… It took me so many years to develop that feeling, but thanks to a few well-wishers, including my HD, who have been very supportive with their kind words and gestures, I am slowly developing that feeling. So Rani, for you from my side, believe you can do it and you can!!! 🙂 Oh, how much I love to pass on positive vibes, it makes up my day!!! 🙂 🙂
I guess without me doing any more blabbering, let me pass on the batton to Rani, who has given such a flattering write-up about me – I only believe that she feels that way because she is the owner of a beautiful heart…. And Rani, next time I come to Bangalore, I want this chicken curry with some Kerala porottas, for sure… 🙂
First of all thank you Rafeeda for giving me a space in your beautiful blog. This is my first ever guest post. Rafeeda is one of many bloggers I admire a lot. I don’t think she needs much introduction. Her blog has gained popularity within a short time. I always love the way she is explaining things .Her write-ups makes readers feel that they are also a part of her family. I always wonder how she can write such simplified recipes. It provides a soothing belief that cooking is a cake walk. She is a great person full of attitude. I am really glad to meet such
a wonderful blogger.
can be prepared in a jiffy as it requires no sautéing of onions and other spices. Hope Rafeeda and her readers will enjoy this recipe.
Chicken-1kg,cleaned and cut into medium sized pieces
or until the color changes and raw smell disappears. Keep it aside. Be careful as the powders tend to burn easily.
hands. Cook up to 3 whistles.
off the flame. Keep the curry closed for some time to let the flavors to set in.
Serve with rice ,bread,chappathi, appam or porotta…