Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Mutton Biryani II


This yet another delicious n' mouthwatering mutton biryani recipe which i got from my sweet cousin sis.Was really worth all the work and wait..:)).Do enjoy this dish on a weekend , so that you could have as much as you like and take proper rest...D.
This is my entry for LakshmiK of Veggiecuisine's RCI - Tamilnadu Cuisine

Ingredients

Basmati - 2-3 cups
Mutton - 2lbs
Ginger garlic paste- 2 tbsp
Onion - 1
Small onion - 12-13
Green chillies -8
Tomatoes - 1
Coconut milk - 2 cup (made with 2 cups of water + 2tbsp of Maggie's Coconut milk powder)
Curd / plain yogurt - 2tsp
Lime juice - 1/2tsp
Oil - as needed
Ghee - as needed

Dry fry and powder the following

Cinnamon - 1 inch
Cloves -4
Cardamom - 2
Pepper corns -1/2tsp
Jeera - 1/2tsp
Fenel seeds - 1tsp
Kaskas/Poppy seeds - 1tsMethod
Put 1tsp of oil,1 tsp ghee in a hot pressure cooker.Once the oil+ghee mix hot enough, add biryani leaf,star spice(optional), chopped onions, chopped small onion and green chillies.Fry till onions are slightly browned.Then add gg paste, powdered masala and tomatoes.Fry till tomatoes are almost cooked.Now add the mutton and 1/2 of the coconut milk and curd.Cook it till mutton is 3/4 done (About 4-5 whistles).Now add the remaining coconut milk and washed rice,chilli powder,salt and lime juice.Cook it one medium flame for about 8 min.s or cook it for upto 1 whistle and switch off the heat.Open the pressure cooker only after all pressure is gone.Enjoy this delicious biryani with raita and boiled egg.

Only 2 cups of liquid , in this case coconut milk is required for upto 3 cups of rice, as mutton releases its own juice.Feel free to adjust the amout of liquid as per your measurement.


11 comments:

Asha said...

It's 8.30am and I am drooling over your Mutton Biryani!! Great entry for RCI Mahesh.

How are you? Hope everything is going well and enjoying life:))

Sharmi said...

hi Mahi, though not a meat eater, wanted to comment. your biriyani looks so good. Nice presentation and different entry.keep it up

cheers
sharmi

Sandeepa said...

The Biryani looks great Maheshwari. This has coconut milk I see, is it because it s a Tamil dish

Usually we never add coconut to our mutton Biryani

Manjula said...

Your recipe sounds good. I just love the spice mix with fennel and poppy seeds. They make the non veg dishes extra delicious. I will try this with chicken sometime.

indosungod said...

Mutton Briyani is the king among Briyanis right? You said it right cook and eat and rest over the weekend.

shanti bhanu said...

hi this is the first time visiting ur blog....ur mutton biryani is mouth watering grt job!!!!!!!!!

sra said...

That biryani looks professional, Maheswari! I came here to tell you - such a coincidence, really - that I saw a book called 'Cooking with Fruit' by N Maheswari Devi in the bookstore the other day! Lovely pix! I thought of your AFAM!

USHA said...

Hi Maheswari,

Wonderful Biriyani.Just marinated chicken to preparing biriyani for dinner.OMG if i have enough coconut i would have tried today for dinner itself your version...not a problem let me try other time.

How is your life?How is Ram doing?Takecare.Bye

deena said...

Wow ..Biriyani looks yummm..three eggs make it very attractive..!!

Sia's Corner said...

hey mahi...hw r u girl? just came to say a quick hi:) i am a vegetarian but ur pics of biriyani does look very tempting:)

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