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If Chef Martin Yan can cook, then so can I! Hello eGullet from Northern California!


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My profile was recently approved and I am excited to ask some culinary questions on spices mainly used in Indian cooking, since it's my primary culinary interests. On YouTube, I follow Sanjeev Kapoor, Ranveer Brar, and my personal chef hero—"Vahchef" Sanjay Thumma. If you're looking for authentic Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani, look no further than his many videos on how to cook the perfect pot of various styles of biryani in India.

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I luuuv biryani chicken that I get from those food carts in NYC. 

 

The favorite flavors I like are from the white yogurt sauce and this pickle that is a round sphere ball. 

 

I asked about it and the Indian cook told me it's actually Chinese in origin - maybe a pickled plum. 

 

 

 

 

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Thank you for the wonderful welcome messages. I'll be sure to not only use, but share (to the best of my knowledge) about the foods and spices used. Cooking has given me a secondary creative outlet during our odd times.

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