Do U Love Spicy Food in Rains ???

Hyderabadi Biryani - Its tastes damn good----its delicious and spicy enough
@sunnycool (12736)
India
June 12, 2010 11:03am CST
It started raining in here----it feels so good if we can have some hot and spicy Foods in this kinda weather----i had some few minutes back though . One of my favourites is Hyderabadi Biryani (its made of Chicken and Basmati Rice)----its damn spicy,yummy and hhhmmm smells tooo good to keep aside --- i would have this every weekend with my friends Are you one of those folks who go for spicy ones irrespective of the weather or you have any specific dishes for each season ? Coming to me i treat all dishes equally---theres no way i await a specific season to have them. Do you love Spicy ones or normal ones? And nd nd ..... Check out the Picture
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@saphrina (31739)
• South Africa
12 Jun 10
BB, it looks good, only one problem. I don't eat chicken. As for me i would love to have a very spicy beef stew or a nice hot cup of soup. After that a bit of rain DANCING WILL DO. tata.
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• Boston, Massachusetts
12 Jun 10
wow that's a good way of enjoying hot and spicy food while dancing in the rain. maybe i should try it one of these days. it's already rainy season in our country and this will be a good chance for me to try this. have a good weekend Tata!
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
12 Jun 10
You seem to be enjoying your favourite Beef
@saphrina (31739)
• South Africa
12 Jun 10
Sweetie, you should try it, it is a nice thing to do. As you are my brother, BB, i would rather not give you a answer, okay.
@vandana7 (68509)
• India
12 Jun 10
Pity I dont know how to make that biryani. :( But I love spicey food. I love pickles. Give me pickles and forget everything. I dont need curds, I dont need butter oil, I dont need anything except pickle and hot rice, and of course some water to survive. :)
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
12 Jun 10
Even i can prepare it----provided you're ready to risk your life by tasting it I seldom have pickles---I prefer Mango
@vandana7 (68509)
• India
12 Jun 10
Just about everything - mangoes, red chillies, tomatoes, tamarind, ginger, a special type of leaf called gongura, ... when I die, I hope they will put a jar of of each such pickle by my grave. Who knows whether they have it or not in heaven. Sunny bunny - I dont eat non veg. :( But yes, it looks colorful, I need to make it at least once in my lifetime. I am trying desperately to make friends with one muslim lady who will teach me. I hope I succeed. :) And I prefer making authentic stuff, not something made by Sunny Bunnies of the world.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
12 Jun 10
Owww you're so addicted to those pickles You must have heard of Hyderabadi Biryani Restuarant in Yosufguda----i have a friend there and we have it more often
• Malaysia
13 Jun 10
i like it when it's dry. if it's raining, i like it indoors mm...that biryani sounds tasty... i wouldn't mind it in any weather! it's kind of raining everyday here too. and some of those hot & spicy foods do help to keep the body a bit more warm and peppy
• Malaysia
13 Jun 10
it's got to be the right type of spice...
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
I wouldnt bother asking you...as why do you prefer to stay indoors the biryani is really delicious...may be you should try it once
• Malaysia
18 Jun 10
maybe i have tried it once...i've sampled quite a few different types of biryani that i've come across. one of my personal favorites is a certain type of biryani from Pakistan....but i forgot the name already. it was quite spicy and peppery..i like
@dawnald (84146)
• Shingle Springs, California
16 Jun 10
Looks good to me. But when I go to an Indian restaurant, and they ask me how spicy from 1 to 10, I usually end up saying 2.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
17 Jun 10
LOL you ever gone for 10 you need gallons of water to tackle the spiciness
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@dawnald (84146)
• Shingle Springs, California
17 Jun 10
While you are sitting there laughing at me, right?
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
No....i would be quiet busy having my Biryani I concentrate on my food than anything else
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• Boston, Massachusetts
12 Jun 10
Hi Sunny, I love spicy foods come rain or shine. but of course there's additional benefit when you have it during the rainy days as it will make you feel hot amidst the cold weather. Everyday in my life i eat hot and spicy foods. i grew up in the province popular for it's hot and spicy foods. even kids are exposed to it and already enjoys spicy foods regardless of weather...i hope someday i will be able to taste the spicy food you have in your country or maybe i can research on that and experiment!
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
12 Jun 10
Wooow so there are advantages as well
• Boston, Massachusetts
13 Jun 10
thanks for sharing all that information Life. i will bear that in mind. these information makes me feel good about loving hot and spicy food with all its great benefits. looking forward to tasting your hot and spicy foods particularly your hot beef noodle soup/stew.
@vandana7 (68509)
• India
14 Jun 10
Life, did I ever say I love you? Well take it for granted after what you wrote there. :) I stopped eating pickles in between and yes, I did have lot of problems with my legs. You are a real angel! :) I do not have sinusitis problem anymore, but I dont know why it left me. Ages since flu came near me, or even cold. Only problem is weight. I am 8 kgs overweight! And a bit of leg pains. :) I sleep like a log. :) Interesting about circulation. :) Are you sure about digestion though? Ms - I am vegetarian. I am an expert in Rajma curry. :) Wish they would come up with something that would enable me to send some across to you. :) I can really make it spicy and sizzling hot!
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@jdyrj777 (6556)
• United States
13 Jun 10
I hate spicy food no matter what the weather. To me mild is like hot and spicy.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
Each one of us have their own tastes...so i'm not surprised to know that you hate spicy food
@jdyrj777 (6556)
• United States
18 Jun 10
Why do you say your not surprized???
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
Everybody have their own tastes right---thats why
• India
12 Jun 10
Please do not describe too much about it, I feel like eating now . I love "Onion Pakode" in rainy season, always ask mom to make "bhajia" . I love all spicy food and my favorite is "Bhindi Masala", do not like any paneer item. I am hungry now and going to eat some spicy yummy .
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
12 Jun 10
Onion Pakoda and hot jalebis are a good combination for a rainy day
• India
12 Jun 10
• Philippines
17 Jun 10
Yes it is a good idea to eat something spicy during rainy days. So that it retains a certain hotness in the body because of cold air the rain brings. I love to eat spicy noodles during rainy season. I don't have to worry for wearing a double clothes because the spicy noodles alone can give me a warm feeling. It is a good idea and i hope some people that can take spicy foods do it.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
I love Chicken Noodles....they're damn tasty and i cant pass by a chinese restuarant at my place as if i never knew one such food is being prepared there lol...i end up having them.I did try to avoid those for the entire summers.huu i can have them at my will as the rains are here
@nangisha (3504)
• Indonesia
16 Jun 10
I like spicy food when it rain. Spicy food keep you warm. Although food at home always spicy but sometimes when eating it when rain taste better. I like to make spicy instant noodle when raining.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
My mom never encourages us to have spicy food coz she fears that we might end up agreesive lol....so there no way i get to have it in my home until and unless my sister cooks for me.Maggi Noodles are really yummy and are easy to cook
@epicure35 (2822)
• United States
13 Jun 10
I do not care for very spicy foods, no matter what the season. A mildly spiced dish, such as Sag Paneer, would be to my taste, but NOT very spicy. Eating is usually seasonal for most people. In winter heartier foods, like soups, stews, and casseroles are mainly eaten. But for me these would not be spicy, except maybe chili, and then it would be mild. Warmer weather usually brings lighter meals and, these, usually normal or very lightly spiced. Lately there has been a trend here to overly spice foods, which I find destroys the taste of some of the dishes which have milder ingredients; the heavy spicing obliterates the taste of the milder ingredients and, to me ruins the flavor of the dish. I am thinking of one particular shrimp and pasta dish with a lime cream sauce; it should be wonderful, but was prepared with a heavy hand at spicing, probably cayenne pepper, that destroyed the dish, making it almost inedible. Too many restaurants today are ruining the more delicate tastes with abnormal amounts of "hot" ingredients, which are not just not to my taste, but are almost painful to taste.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
18 Jun 10
I have few selected dishes when it comes to spiciness---they taste damn good when they're spicy.There was one such in my college canteen...grrrh he used to add so much spice in the Veg Manchuria that it ruined the taste of completely...we felt like tasting an alien food.Any flavour should be in moderate levels otherwise it ends up nowhere compared to original one.
@sagar21 (1583)
• India
13 Jun 10
mmm delicious Hyderabadi biriyani I too like them served hot.. then fruit salad after that he..he... thanks for sharing.... have a great day/night.......
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
13 Jun 10
I would love to have a scoop of baskin robins that would make it a perfect meal for summers and rainy season as well.Good night
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
13 Jun 10
It's a melting pot of cuisines here. Just like you I don't wait for the seasons to try them. I know what biryani is. And I love my biryani hot and spicy to go with my hot soup whether it rains or not.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
13 Jun 10
i used to have them like crazy on all days---and then i had to cut them down coz they resulted in pimples and increased my body heat haha.I never take soups though i'm quiet comfortable with rice
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
13 Jun 10
I love all spicy food. In any season, I like spicy food. I can not eat if my food is not spicy. I feel sick if I do not eat spicy.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
Wooow that too much spiciness in your food and i would be surprised if you say that you're a calm person.It can land you in trouble on a long run
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@sheetalnr (590)
• India
13 Jun 10
Oh...I love spicy food in the rain. Especially Masala Puri [Chats] or hot samosa.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
Chats and Gupchups can be so perfect for the rainy season except that they might result in cold and cough
@eileenleyva (10984)
• Philippines
13 Jun 10
When it rains, I really go for hot soup or steamy chicken mami noodles. But I can eat spicy chicken ala KFC or beef caldereta (not exactly beef stew) with tomato sauce. Yummy!
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
Yup chicken noodles are easy to prepare and can be delicious...first thing which comes to mind when i'm hungry is noodles
@allknowing (70650)
• India
13 Jun 10
Cheese pakoras and a hot cup of tea, a cozy corner, with a nice book to read as one listens to the patter of rain, the greenery becoming greener having had a good wash. What more can one ask for? Our meal this noon was prawn pan roles, and sweet pullao with lots of nuts and raisins and onions garnish and mint chutney.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
That was a nice Meal
• India
13 Jun 10
Hi sunnycool!!! No dear I do not like the spicy stuff at any condition whether its rainy or summer or winter,Under every circumstance I avoid the spicy-oily stuff but Yes I like to have or served them steamy and full of aroma, bit of health conscious you know,now days every thing is either dubious or engineered,nothing comes in its natural way so if I continuously keep on adding the spice and oil then You know its a straight road under the physician surgical instruments.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
LOL you were successful in taking this topic to the physician....a little bit of spiciness now and then can warm you up than to be habituated with routine stuff with minimal spices.you seldom find people who aren't that conscious about their health---they just are crazy over pickles which are damn dangerous for high Blood pressure patients
@danitykane (3192)
• Philippines
13 Jun 10
Yup! yup! I love spicy food even on summer.LOL. Actually it is best to eat spicy on rainy days like you've mentioned. I am not familiar with Hyderabadi Biryani but I had it searched online and it looks so yummy and appetizing.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
Yup its quiet delicius may be you should try this one rainy day so you could enjoy the taste of it not that its tastes awful on other days
• India
13 Jun 10
hi sunnycool, even i love Hyderabadi Biryani and i usually prefer everything hot while i eat and drink and i enjoy usually spicy food and when the weather is cool i love to have a cup of hot coffee and i love to eat and enjoy foods.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
Welcome to Mylot Jasmine ----So you did taste the dish i mentioned.Coming to the drinks i prefer to have some chilled ones in the summers than to go for hard ones
@drannhh (15245)
• United States
13 Jun 10
I like spicy food whether or not it rains.
@sunnycool (12736)
• India
19 Jun 10
I did try to keep a tab on the spicy food in this summers for some odd reasons