Jul 1, 2009

Green Mutton Biryani

Goat Meat or Lamp-1.5lbs
Basmati Rice-2cups
Green Chilli-8no(adjust according to spice level)
Fennel seeds-1tsp
Ginger&Garlic paste-1tsp
Onions sliced-1cup
salt to taste

Green Biryani

wash the rice & soak it in water for 30mts or till your done with the remaining process.
Grind green chillis,fennel seeds,pepper,half of the mint,cinnamon,cardamon,cloves & ginger garlic paste to a smooth paste with water.
Heat oil in a pressure cooker add sliced onions & fry till they turn golden color then add remaining mint & saute for a minute.
Add the ground green chilli paste & saute for 3-4mts & then add mutton mix well and add 1cup water & salt to taste,cover & cook till the meat is soft & well cooked.
Now drain the water & add the rice to the cooked meat and add 1cup water & 1cup coconutmilk & pressure cook for 1-2 whistles.
Serve with rita.
Note:If not using coconut milk,substitute it with water.Check for taste once the meat is cooked,if the gravy is spicey add 1 chopped tomato.Reduce the amount of chillis and pepper if you want mild spicey.


Humaira said...

This is my first time on your blog. Really interesting blog and I fell in love with the hyderabadi biryani and mirchi ka salan post. I am a hyderabadi my self and love biryani. I also have a blog of my own http://humairasfoodpassion.blogspot.com/ . Please do visit for more recipies. I will keep visiting.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Radhika,the recipe reads and looks good,will try out this week and let you know.Good to see you here from Petichef.

Anonymous said...

Hello, Ur biryani looks so delicious. Could u let me know which brand of rice do u use for biryanis and pulav.

Anonymous said...

not much cooking in yer kitchen since jul,,,,,,,wonder why???

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Send Flowers to Philippines said...

Nice effort, very informative, this will help me to complete my task.

Remya Sushanth said...

Hi Radhika,

I have tried couple of recipes from your blog and it came out really well.. This post looks amazing too. Will try very soon. However, i see there are some issues with the images. Could you repost the image?

Remya Sushanth

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vivek dominos said...

hey this one is a differnt recp need to try it as soon as possibble.. the explanation was good

Ai said...

the recipiee looks delicious. As far as the ingredients are concerned I always have a hard time to find up here. but thanks to my friend john miller who introduced me to a great resource and i thought that i pass great along as well.