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South Indian Biryani

South Indian Biryani


280 gms ghee
25 gms cardamon
25 gms cinnamon
25 gms cloves
25 gms bay leaves
25 pepper corns
1 kg onion sliced
20 gms sliced green chilli
1 litre water
300 ml milk
100 gms chopped pineapple
100 gms cashew nuts
100 gms raisins
50 gms mint
50 gms coriander leaves
1/2 tsp rose water
600gms chicke cut into pieces
50 gms turmeric
50 gms chilli
50 gms coriander powder
50 gms chopped tomato
50 gms ginger-garlic paste
100 ml oil
15gms saffon
25gms garam masala
salt to taste
Carrot, beetroot, fried onions for garnishing


  1. In a deep pan heat ghee and add all the whole spices
  2. When it begins to brown add a handful of the sliced onion and 1 sliced chilli
  3. Saute till onion is transparent
  4. Then add water , milk and salt
  5. Bring it to a boil and then add rice
  6. When parboiled, add pineapple, mint , coriander leaves and rose water
  7. Take it off the heat and keep it covered
  8. Marinates chicken in a mixture of half the chilli, coriander and turmeric powders, ginger-garlic paste and salt
  9. Heat oil in apan and deep fry the chicken until half done
  10. Remove and keep aside
  11. In the same pan ,saute remaning onion, ginger-garlic paste, green chillies, tomato and all the spices
  12. Saute and then add a little hot water
  13. Add chicken and cook untill done and the gravy thickens
  14. Smear some ghee inside a large saucepan.
  15. Layer rice and chicken
  16. Cover it with a tight lid and then cook on low heat for 10 minutes
  17. Garnish ith beetroot, carrots, fried onion , cashew nuts and raisins
  18. Serve hot



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