Sunday, October 2, 2011

Mutton Biriyani


Ingredients:
For rice:
  • Rice 2 cup
  • Water 3 1/2 cup
  • Lime juice 1 Tbsp
  • Cinnamon 2 piece
  • Cardamom 3
  • Cloves 3
  • Ghee 
  • Salt
Soak the rice and drain it for 10 to 15 mins. Add lime juice, crushed whole spices and salt into water and boil well. At the same time, saute the rice in a little ghee. When it starts to crack, pour the boiling water into the rice. Cover it and cook well. When it becomes void of moisture content, remove the rice and keep it aside.

For Marinating Mutton:
  • Curd 1/2 cup
  • Chilly pdr 1 Tsp
  • Crushed pepper 1/2 Tsp
  • Turmeric pdr 1/4 Tsp
  • Biriyani masala 1/2 Tsp
  • Salt
Cut mutton into medium size pieces. Marinate it with turmeric pdr, chilly pdr, biriyani masala and crushed pepper. Finally add the curd and little salt and mix well. Keep it aside for 1 hr. Then pressure cook it and keep it aside.

For Gravy:
  • Mutton 1 kg
  • Tomato 3
  • Onion 3
  • Green chilly 5
  • Garlic 5 to 10 pods
  • Ginger 1 big pice
  • Biriyani masala 1 to 2 Tsp
  • Turmeric pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Coriander pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Chilly pdr 1 Tsp
  • Coriander leaves
  • Mint leaves
  • Salt
  • Ghee
Heat ghee in a kadai and add crushed ginger, garlic and green chilly. Saute it for a few mins and add thinly sliced onion. When it turns light brown, add rqd amount of salt, turmeric pdr, chilly pdr and coriander pdr. Combine it well and put the chopped tomato and brown it well. Then place the cooked mutton  into the masala  and cook it for few mins.  Finally add biriyani masala, chopped coriander and mint leaves. Remove it from fire and keep it aside for few mins.

For Garnishing:
  • Cashew nuts 1/2 cup
  • Raisins 1/2 cup
  • Fried onion as rqd
  • Corriander leaves as rqd
  • Mint leaves as rqd
Fry thinly sliced onions in ghee till it turns golden brown. Fry cashews and raisins in the same ghee and keep it aside.

For layering:

Add little ghee into a heavy bottom vessel and put a layer of mutton. Then arrange a layer of rice and spread it well using a big spoon. Next add chopped coriander leaves, mint leaves and fried onion. Repeat the same process and arrange the final layer with rice. Garnish it wth little ghee, corriander leaves and mint leaves, fried cashews, kismis and onion. Cover it well and cook it in low flame for 10 to 15 mins.


Sending this to Kerala Kitchen, hosting by Khusi of A Girl's Diary.

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44 comments:

  1. ola eu gosto do seu blog e muito lindo e interessante, gosto dos artigos também...
    me chamo stefanny do blog (Alma de anjo)

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  2. Oh my!!! This looks sooo tempting

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  3. Yummmy yum Biriyani .. Lovely clicks and flavorful too. Tina!!

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  4. my favourite biriyani...looks very delicious

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  5. i dont eat mutton but this looks awesome

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  6. my favorite biriyani...looks very delicious and tempting pic...

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  7. delicious looking biryani looks wonderful

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  8. Flavorful and yum .....tempting pic

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  9. rice r perfectly cooked n looks very taste!!

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  10. defintely trying soon!!looks super good!

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  11. The look is very divine! I betcha it's an awesome awesome prep to relish.... Would love to come back here for guidance on this prep, in the process of cooking it up at my home... :D

    And yes! Your daughter has grown up to be a replica of you..... Wishes & Hugs)))

    Ash... :)

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  12. Slurrp slurrp...can I come over for lunch looks so tempting

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  13. perfect platter..wish i can grab that plate..

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  14. we dont get good mutton here, otherwise i wud have def given it a go

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  15. It is making to drool. I need the entire platter now.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  16. Mutton Briyani looks super delicious and absolutely irresistible..

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  17. OMG!!! Adipoli snaps. mmmm..... mouth watering biryani. Kanditt kodiyavunnu.

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  18. Biryani looks wonderful....Nice and flavorful...Check out my give away at http://muchmorethanahomemaker.blogspot.com/
    Cheers

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  19. Adipoli Tina...looks so perfect n yumm!!

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  20. wow!! looks so rich and flavourful.

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  21. Biryani looks fantastic!!!! The rich color & perfectly cooked rice make it all the more inviting :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. your biryani looks really mouthwatering:-)

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  23. Biriyani looks yummy and perfectly done.

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  24. Hi Mutton biryani luks yumm and supergood.Fantastic.

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  25. Tina, I am such a HUGE fan of biryanis that it goes without saying that I am bookmarking your recipe :) Your biryani looks simply superb, fragrant & mouthwatering!!! Great clicks!!

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  26. thx tina...mutton biriyani adipoli aayitonda dear...kanditta kodiaavuno

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  27. Nice recipe, tina! I always like biriyani making the gravy and then layering it as in kerala. In TN its all cooked together in a cooker.

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  28. Biryani looks heavenly, ages since ive had some...looks sooo tempting!

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  29. perfectly made biriyani...looks so tempting

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  30. wow!!looks delicious & perfect!!

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  31. Thats a perfect n flavorful biriyani recipe....Loved the clicks

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  32. My mouth is watering just by looking at the pics. Lovely recipe :)

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  33. Hmmm..my hubby's fav and looks delicious Tina

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  34. this is my fav..this one looks really tempting

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  35. I've awards waiting for you at my place...Please do collect them

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  36. Tina, I don't think I have commented on a single post twice, but each time I visit ur blog, I can't stop but take in the virtual fragrance of your beautiful mutton biryani...I have an eye on this & plan to make sometime soon...drooling right now :D

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  37. Biriyani looks yummy and perfectly done...definitely trying soon..visit my blog and add when you get time...expecting suggestions also...

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