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Jabeen Adil, Staff Reporter
Biryani is a popular and wonderful rice dish of South and East Asia. This dish is prepared by mixing some special spices, meat and rice. It is often served with yoghurt and salads.
Sindhi Biryani is one of the most flavourful and extremely popular dishes in Pakistan.
It originates from the Sindh province of Pakistan. The correct amount of spices makes it more delicious. If you never tried before here is the recipe.
Water as required
Salt 1 tbsp or to taste
Basmati rice 500g, half-boiled
Tomatoes, sliced, 3 medium
Onions, 4-5 pieces, fried
Mint leaves, chopped, 1 cup
Fresh coriander, chopped, 1 cup
Green chillies, 3-4
Cumin seeds, roasted and crushed, ½ tbp
Lemon juice, 1 tbp
Red chilli powder, ½ tbsp or to taste
Coriander powder, 1 tbp
Turmeric powder, ½ tsp
Garam masala powder, 1 tsp
Bay leaf. 2 or 3
Ginger garlic paste, 2 tbsp
Oil, half cup
Yellow food colour, 1/2 tbsp
In a pot, add oil, onion and fry until golden brown, take out half the quantity of fried onion & set aside.
To remaining fried onions, add ginger garlic paste and mix well.
Add chicken and fry until meat changes colour.
Add garam masala powder, green cardamom, cumin seeds, red chilli, turmeric, cumin, and coriander powder, salt, bay leaf and yoghurt. Mix well & cook for 4-5 minutes.
Add tomatoes and mix well.
Add green chilies, green coriander, mint leaves and mix well.
Cover and cook for 6-8 minutes.
Take out half the quantity of cooked chicken and gravy and set aside. Add lemon juice, half boiled rice, boiled potatoes. Add the remaining cooked chicken, fried onion, lemon juice, yellow food colour, fried onion. Then add the remaining rice, cover and steam cook for 10 minutes.
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