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Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Badham Mutton Biryani

A simple and rich Mughlai Biryani preparation is given here for those who want Biryani differently.U can also try this recipe with 1 tomato-chopped fine and 2 tbsp cashew paste and with few crushed cashewnuts.Try this at home and enjoy your Meal!.BonAppetit!.

Badham Mutton Biryani - Mutton Biryani-  little differently
    2 cups basmati rice-washed and sauteed in 2 tsp ghee
    1 kg mutton pieces-cleaned
    1 cup thick coconut milk
    2 cups second coconut milk.
    1 tbsp ghee
    2 cups golden-fried onions
    1 tsp mint-coriander leaves paste
    1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste
    1 tbsp ground-spices( 1 cinnamon stick,2 cloves,2 green cardamoms,1/2 tsp saunf, 10 pepper corns)
    1 tsp nutmug powder
    7 green chillies-slit
    1 cup fresh curd
    a pinch of saffron soaked in 2 tbsp rose water
    2 tbsp almond paste and 5 crushed almonds(peeled)
    1/4 tsp black-cumin seeds(crushed)
    2 tsp sugar
    juice of half-lemon
    1 tbsp refined oil
    few coriander and mint leaves

    1.Wash the mutton pieces with little salt atleast 5 times.keep it aside.
    2.Heat refined oil in a kadai and add saffron,sugar and fried onions and saute for 3 mins.
    3.Take a pressure pan,add mutton pieces,ginger-garlic paste,saffon-fried onions step 2 mixture, ground spices,mint-coriander paste, almond paste, curd,green chillies,salt,lemon juice and ghee.
    4.Now add 1/4 cup (ginger-garlic paste) ground masala washed water,1/4 cup almond paste washed water and  1/4 cup mint-coriander paste washed water.
    5.Pressure cook upto 5 whistles or 10-12 mins and keep it aside for 10 mins.
    6.Prepare the coconut milk(1 + 2 cups).Wash and ghee-saute 2 cups basmati rice.
    7.Open the pressure cooker and add ghee-sauted basmati rice and 3 cups fresh coconut milk.Sprinkle 1 tsp salt,crushed black cumin seeds and nutmug powder.Mix well for a min.
    8.Pressure cook this upto 1 whistle and turn off the flame.
    9.Serve this Mutton Biryani hot with raita of ur choice or kebab or boiled Egg or Chips or Korma or stew.


Chitra said...

wow!!!!!!!! mouthwatering here...simply perfect biriyani

Mélange said...

Looks awesome and tempting..As ever.Cheers !

Amy said...

delicious!!making me hungry!!
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Reva said...

Biryani looks fabulous ... I love this blend of royal spices, just enough to lift anyone's spirit.
There is a doubt though.. in the second step saffron and fried onions are added but they are included in the 3rd step again... do we need to add them half and half in two steps?

Shirley said...

You are a very versatile cook Christy!

Faseela said...

pefectly done biriyani....awesome dear

Prathima Rao said...

Badam makes the royal biryani even more richer & yummier!!!
Prathima Rao
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Priya Suresh said...

Super rich looking briyani,seriously am drooling rite now here..

Jayanthy Kumaran said...

wow...amazing combo of flavors..loove this..;)
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MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

@ Reva - Sorry for being late Dear.Its not repeated or mistakenly typed.The same Step 2 sauteed-mixture is mentioned there to be added with mutton pieces and other ground spices for the next process (in step 3).Hope this helps.

@ All - Thanks Dear Blogger Friends.I treasure Ur feedbacks.

Unknown said...

who will say no to this tempting briyani dear,love it:)

Aarthi said...

This looks awesome...Yummy one..A must to try..

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Julie said...

Delicious n flavorful biriyani,yummy!!

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divya said...

wow...looks absolutely tempting...

Neha said...

Mouthwatering biryani

Reva said...

Yummy biryani dear... I must say you have a very nice collection of biriyani recipes..:)
Thanks for linking it to the event dear..:))