If you are planning to move into a city like Hyderabad, you can avail the services offered by Nestaway to find House for rent in Hyderabad. After setting up the home, the next issue will be about food. Eating outside constantly is not a good option considering the health. The alternatives would be to hire a cook or try your culinary skills with easy Indian cuisine recipes. As a bachelor, fast recipes can be a respite to your pocket and health. It is an advantage to have flatmates in Hyderabad who can cook; also having a conversation over food is a great way to get to know people better.

The Pearl City - Hyderabad

The Pearl City – Hyderabad

Hyderabad is a big city and has good roads and transportation facilities, whether you are a student or employed, the city has plenty of tourist attractions to visit and tasty food to savor. If you’re looking for a PG in Hyderabad, search online using services provided by Nestaway which can help you find one.

After finding a place to stay here are a few easy dinner recipes Indian variety you can make with your flat-mates.

Khichdi

Easy to make Khichdi

Easy to make Khichdi

Add Tez Patta and ginger garlic paste in a frying pan with a little-heated oil or ghee. Once fried, add washed rice and dal mix as per requirement. Stir the mixture with salt and turmeric. Add salt and sugar as per taste. Now transfer the mixture to a pressure cooker and add adequate water. Place it on low flame and wait for 4 to 5 whistles from the pressure cooker. Enjoy the home-made delicacy.

Chana Masala

Spicy Channa Masala

Spicy Channa Masala

Ensure that adequate quantity of chana is soaked over-night. In a frying pan, take a little oil and add jeera seeds. Once it turns brown, add chopped onions and tomatoes. To it, add ginger and garlic paste. Add turmeric, salt, and sugar. Once the base is ready, add the soaked chana after filtering the water. Add ready to mix chana masala and cook until oil separates. Then, place the entire mixture in a pressure cooker and add water. Cook on a low flame and wait for 4 to 5 whistles. Eat it with chappatis and some fresh salad.

Hydrabadi egg curry

Hyderabadi Egg Curry

Hyderabadi Egg Curry

This delicacy is renowned in Hyderabad.

First fry peanuts, sesame seeds and desiccated coconuts in a frying pan. Add to it mustard seeds, cumin seeds, green chilis and red chilis. Add to it curry leaves and onion. Then, add ginger garlic paste. Add turmeric powder, coriander seeds and cumin seeds. Cook the masala. Add little tamarind extract. Add water and boiled eggs. Savor the delicious egg curry with your flatmate.

Chicken Curry

Chicken Curry

Chicken Curry

Marinate the chicken pieces in curd and salt for half an hour. Heat oil in a pan, add a paste made of onion, garlic, ginger, and tomatoes. This paste should be half the quantity of chicken to be cooked. Once the paste turns brown, add turmeric, sugar, and salt. Fry a little more and then add the marinated chicken. Let the paste get on the chicken pieces well. Leave the pan covered after adding an adequate amount of chicken masala readily available in the market. Remove the cover and check whether the oil has got separated from the masala. Then, place the entire mixture in a pressure cooker and cook on low flame. If you want really soft chicken, wait for 10 to 12 whistles. Your chicken curry is ready.

Cornflake Chicken tender with Potatoes and Peas

Cornflake Chicken tender with Potatoes and Peas

Cornflake Chicken tender with Potatoes and Peas

Soak chicken in curd, lemon, and pepper. Now, stir the chicken in cornflakes, parmesan, and olive oil. Bake it in the oven for 12 to 15 minutes. Cook peas and potatoes in a frying pan with little oil. Add lemon zest and mint leaves. Then, add the chicken to this fried mixture and stir well. Serve hot to enjoy the delicacy.

The city has more to offer than just great food, if you’ve just got a job in the city in any of the IT companies that have their offices here, you can find a Flat for rent in Hyderabad using Nestaway and cook delicious food using the above Indian dishes recipes. 

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