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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Fried Chicken Briyani

Ingredients:
chicken pieces - 750 gm
basumati rice - 600 gm
chicken 65 masala - 1 tbsp
chopped onion - 200 gm
chopped tomato - 200gm
green chilli -3
lime - 1 small size
yogurt - 1 tbsp
chilli powder - 1 tsp
ginger garlic paste - 2 tbsp
garam masala - 1 tsp
chopped coriander & mint leaves - each half cup
oil -150ml
ghee - 50ml

lemon yellow colour - pinch 
or 2 pinch saffron dissolved in quarter cup milk.
salt - to taste.

Steps to follow:
Clean, wash  the chicken pieces and drain it.  Then in a bowl add chicken pieces,1 tbsp yogurt, 1tbsp ginger garlic paste,chicken 65 masala 1 tbsp and salt to taste.Mix well and keep aside.Soak the rice for 30 minutes.


Heat  4 tbsp oil in a pan add the chicken pieces and fry both sides and keep aside.





In a briyani vessel heat remaining oil and ghee ,add chopped onion fry till golden brown,then add  1 tbsp ginger garlic paste stir fry for a minute,then add garam masala,chopped corinader &mint leaves,green chillies, and saute well.Then add chopped tomatoes , chilli powder  and add salt to taste.Cook till tomatoes are soft.

In a seperate vessel add enough water to boil, add soaked rice,salt to taste .when it is 70 percent cooked drain the rice and keep aside. Arrange the fried chicken pieces in briyani vessel. Sprinkle the lime juice and add few chopped coriander and mint leaves.
Then spread the cooked rice over it. Sprinkle saffron milk or lemon yellow colour. Close the lid. Keep the flame to very low and under the briyani vessel keep old dosa pan.to avoid burning..Keep it  for  10-15 minutes.

Open the lid after 10 minutes, mix it gently and serve.

Delicious Fried Chicken Briyani is ready to serve. Serve with dalcha and raita.


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10 comments:

Priya said...

Super super, semaiya irruku intha briyani,i'll be making some soon.

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

That looks absolutely delicious, yummy biryani!

Reshmi said...

yummy yummy.. drooling
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Julie said...

Loved it,muthwatering:)
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Asiya Baig said...

Love biryani and this looks perfect! Great step by step pictures!

thelady8home said...

Oh wow!! Fabulous biryani! So love it. I love how beautifully the rice is cooked. Awesome post.

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Lip Smacking :-)

Jay said...

very interesting recipe..love this..
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Ummu Azi said...

Biriyani looks DELICIOUS!!!

Faseela Noushad said...

awesome biriyani....