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Chicken Briyani Recipes

Discussion in 'NonVegetarian Kitchen' started by richass, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. richass

    richass Bronze IL'ite

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    Some one please tell me how to make chicken dum biriyani please!!!!!!!!!

    Richa
     
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  2. zaara

    zaara New IL'ite

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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    Hyderabadi Biryani :thumbsup​

    Ingredients

    <DIR><DIR>1 kg: Meat
    750 gm: Semi cooked rice
    Sautéed brown onions to taste
    1 tbsp: Ginger garlic paste
    1 tbsp: Red chilli paste
    1 tbsp: Green chilli paste
    ½ tbsp: Cardamom powder
    3-4 sticks:
    Cinnamon
    1 tbsp: Cumin seeds
    4-5: Cloves
    2 tbsp: Lemon juice
    250 gm: Curd
    4 tbsp: Clarified butter
    A pinch: Mace
    Mint leaves to taste
    1 tsp: Saffron
    ½ cup: Water
    1 tbsp: Salt
    ½ cup: Oil
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    Method
    <DIR><DIR>Clean the meat.
    Now in a pan add meat, salt, ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, green chilli paste, sautéed brown onions, cardamom powder, cinnamon, cumin seeds, cloves, mace, mint leaves and lemon juice. Mix it well.
    Add curd, clarified butter, semi cooked rice, saffron, water and oil and mix it well.
    Now apply sticky dough on the sides of the pan.
    Cover with lid to seal it and cook for about 25 minutes.
    Hyderabadi Biryani is ready to eat.
    Garnish with boiled eggs, sliced carrot and cucumber.
    Serve hot.
    </DIR></DIR>Nawabi Biryani

    Ingredients (Serves 6)

    <DIR><DIR>1 kg: Chicken, skinned, cut into serving pieces
    1 1/2 cups: Long grained rice, soaked in water for 1/2 hour, washed
    2 cups: Yoghurt
    1 cup: Clarified butter (ghee)
    1 cup: Milk
    10 pcs: Peppercorns
    8 pcs: Cloves
    8 sprigs: Mint, leaves only
    5-6: Cardamoms
    4 medium size: Onions, sliced
    1 cup: Coriander leaves, chopped
    1/2 cup: Almonds, blanched, halved
    3 tbsp: Ginger-garlic paste
    2 tsp: Chilli powder
    1 tsp: Garam masala powder
    1 tsp: Mixed cumin seeds and shahjeera
    1 tsp: Turmeric powder
    1/2 tsp: Saffron
    Salt to taste
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    Method
    <DIR><DIR>Mix ginger-garlic paste, salt and yoghurt. Apply to chicken pieces and leave for 1 hour to marinate.
    Heat 1/2 cup ghee and add cumin seeds and shahjeera, cloves, cardamoms, peppercorn and almonds. Add chicken, turmeric, chilli powder, garam masala powder, and 1/2 cup water. Cook till chicken is tender. Add coriander and mint leaves. Reserve.
    Heat 1/4 cup ghee in a pressure cooker and add rice. Fry till golden brown. Add 3 cups water and pressure cook till the rice is done but not soft.
    Heat remaining 1/4 cup ghee and fry onion slices till brown and crisp. Drain and reserve.
    In a large pan, put a layer of rice. Top with a few fried onion slices and saffron strands. Add a layer of chicken. Repeat till all rice and chicken pieces are over. Cover tightly and finish cooking in an oven or by placing the pan on a hot griddle till each grain of rice is fluffy and the biryani is aromatic.
    Serve hot.
    Chicken Mughlai Biryani Recipe
    1 1/2 kg chicken cut into small pieces
    2 medium onions sliced
    6 garlic cloves, crushed
    2 tbsp ginger, ground
    1/2 cup yoghurt
    1/4 kg tomatoes
    10 green whole cardamom
    4 black whole cardamom
    2 tbsp black cumin seeds
    10 cloves
    2 tbsp black pepper
    2-4 bay leaves
    2 cinnamon stick
    2 tsp coriander powder
    3 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp white pepper
    1 tsp ground nutmeg
    1 tsp ground mace
    2 green chilies chopped
    1 tbsp lemon juice
    1/2 cup oil
    1 tbsp of saffrondissolved in a cup of hot milk
    5 cups rice
    <DIR><DIR>Heat oil in a pan and add onions. Cook on medium-low heat until golden brown

    Remove onions and add chicken to the pan, stirring until brown. Meanwhile, in a blender, add yoghurt and half of the cooked onion and garlic/ginger. Blend and add to chicken
    Also add tomatoes, cloves, black pepper, black cumin, bay leaf, cardamoms and a stick of cinnamon
    Add coriander powder, salt and white pepper
    Cook for half an hour on medium heat
    Stir frequently
    When the water has dried up and the chicken is done, add nutmeg and mace
    Boil rice in eight cups of water with salt and the remaining spices

    Cook approximately for 10 minutes
    Drain the water leaving the whole spices with the rice
    In a pan, make alternate layers of rice and chicken
    Add half of the lemon juice, remaining onions and the chilies
    Pour 1/4-cup oil on the top along with the saffron/milk mixture

    Place in pre-heated oven (350 degrees) for one hour
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  3. richass

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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    oh my god zaara u are so sweet........
    thank you so much.
    have you tried them at all?

    NBy any chance do you know how to make dum biriyani in pressure cooker?
     
  4. shvap_786

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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    HI richa...
    here is the receipe of chicken dum briyani which i used to make in cooker...

    Dum briyani

    2 glass basmati rice (soak rice)
    3 cloves
    2 small piece cinnamon
    2 cardamon
    3 bunch mint leaves
    4 medium size onion cut lengthy wise
    1 tomato medium size just cut into 4 pieces
    5 green chillies slit it
    2 spoon ginger garlic paste
    1 small onion cut long wise and keep separately (topping)
    ½ lemon juice
    ¼ spoon pepper powder

    For marination
    2 spoon curd
    1 spoon chilli powder
    Little turmeric powder more than a pinch
    1 spoon briyani masala powder (it really gives flavour)
    2 spoon ginger garlic paste
    250-300 gms chicken ( the more better taste)
    Marinate all these and keep aside…


    Preparation…
    • In a pressure cooker add atleast ¼ glass of oil (in that 50-50 can be oil and ghee better taste) in this add that 1 onion fry nicely and keep it separately for topping…
    • now add the spices
    • add the remaining onion & chilli, mint leaves, onion has to be cooked nicely till it becomes golden brown.. (onion has to be cooked nicely…)
    • add ginger garlic paste
    • add the marinated chicken
    • along with the chicken add the tomato
    • let this all get mixed nicely… once the oil separates…
    • now add water ( this is the proportion i use, 1 glass rice 1 ¼ glass water)
    • let it start boiling now add lemon juice and pepper
    • drain the soaked rice and add it, please not mix or stir, with anything (so that rice wont broke)… once you add the rice just take the cooker and shake the cooker so that rice and all the masala will get mixed nicely…
    • immediately close the lid and put the weight…
    • just keep in medium flame for not more than 5 mins…
    • immediately transfer it to a hot ready tawa… keep this pressure cooker on top of that hot tawa… flame of the stove should be minimum… now this should stand for 15 mins…
    • after switching off once the pressure leaves you can open & do the toppings with fried onion and coriander you can even add fried cashews…
    you can view of picture here... http://www.indusladies.com/forums/miscellaneous-recipes/36317-virtual-feast-37.html#post548272

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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    Dear vahee

    Thanks for the Dum recipe. One doubt, for mutton, do we need to cook the mutton first seperately? Because the mutton takes a longer time to soften than chicken right?
     
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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    Hi,
    I want to know how do muslim people prepare biriyani? Bcoz they are very famous for biriyani and moreover their taste and smell are too good.
    Can anybody tell me hw to prepare it.

    Regards,
    Sangeetha
     
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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    go through vahrehvah.com...... in that there is video for chicken biryani ok...... it tastes really good.
     
  8. shvap_786

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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    Vijee dear...
    ya you have to cook the mutton ... marinate it with the ingredients , then cook separately... afetr that you can follow the same procedure... after cooking mutton, there will be some water in it... use it accordingly while measuring...
     
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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    Vahee,will the same recipe be good enough for vegetable biriyani too(ofcourse,excluding chicken!)
     
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2009
  10. shvap_786

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    Re: Chicken dum biriyani please

    Sunita...
    here is the receipe of dum briyani of veggie version which i have given already... not much changes...

    http://www.indusladies.com/forums/m...16-virtual-feast-comments-206.html#post549577

    i made today and even posted the pics too have a look http://www.indusladies.com/forums/miscellaneous-recipes/36317-virtual-feast-42.html#post560501

     
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2009

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