December 7, 2011

Reposting: Chicken Briyani

     Reposting this for the Giveaway Royal Feast - Biriyani by Reva of Kaarasaaram



INGREDIENTS
Basmathi Rice - 1 1/2 cup
Chopped Onion - 4 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 2 Nos.
Curry Leaf - 1 Twig
Mint Leaf - Handful
Corainder Leaf - Handful
Green Chilly - 5 Nos.
Cinnamon - 3 Nos.
Cardamon - 1 Nos.
Cloves - 6 Nos.
Bay leaf - 1 No.
Ginger Garlic Paste - 2 spoons
Pepper Corns - 1/2 spoon
Fennel Seeds - 1 spoon
Turmeric Powder - Pinch

To Marinate Chicken (1 hr):
Chicken Pieces - 1/2 kg
Chilly powder - 2 spoons
Kitchen King Masala - Pinch
Turmeric powder - Pinch
Curd - Half cup
Salt - To Taste

To Grind:
Fennel Seeds - 1 spoon
Cinnamon - 1 inch
Cloves - 4
Cardamon - 1 No.
Pepper Corns - Half spoon



METHOD:
     Keep a cooker, pour 3 spoons of oil and 2 spoons of ghee, allow it to heat. Add pepper corns, fennel seeds, cinnamon, cardamon, bayleaf, ginger garlic paste, mint leaf, corainder leaf, chopped onion, saute it for 6 mins. Then add chopped tomato. Fry it until it mix up with the fried onion. Then add marinated chicken, add required water and partially close the lid. Once the pieces gets half-boiled, add rice. Mix it gently and add required water and salt. Close with the lid completely. Pressure it for 10 mins in simmer after a whistle. Serve with cucumber or onion raitha for more taste.



♥ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♥

7 comments:

Reva said...

Hi Sangeetha,
All the three entries from your side has been registered. I know that you are following my blog publicly... :)
Thanks girl...
Hugs..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Oh Great !! Dont forget to select me, He he ! Just Kidding :)

sangee vijay said...

hi sangeetha
love this excellent recipe and looks more tempting...thanks for participating in my 300th post giveaway...i couldn't see you in the followers list...can u tell me in what name you connected? happy that you liked my FB page..thank you so much and hope to see you often :) following u !!


Spicy Treats
Ongoing Event : Bake Fest # 2
Do participate in My 300th Post Giveaway

sangee vijay said...

hi sangee
i joined your site, it showing 59 from 58 but didn't show my pic...i think problem with blogger...sorry to trouble you, the same thing may happened at my space too...sorry !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@SangeeVijayI can see ur pic in my followers list. Thanks for ur visit to my space :) Hope v'll continue our Visiting :P
I checked your followers list too, my name is also getting listed in the second place. FYR, am in the name as Sangeetha Nambi.

Anonymous said...

Hello Sangeetha Nambi
In my search for Chicken Briyani I came to your site and would like to use your recipe.
Only Kitchen King Masala is not familiar to me, and since we only have an Indonesian Toko in town I might not find it ready made.
But if you could give me the recipe of the Masala I could make it myself.
We have lived for many years in India/Tamil-Nadu and Chicken Briyani was our favorite. This Christmas we all come together again so Briyani will be our Christmas dinner.
My favourite cookong book is Camellias Panjabi's 50 curries of India, we ate them all..

Thank you,
have a lovely day,
Veronica Volkers

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Anonymous: First of all thanks for visiting my space and choosing my Briyani. Kitchen King Masala will smells like "Garam Masala". Anyway its optional. If u dont have Garam Masala, u can use cumin powder too. Hope i cleared your doubt. Let me know ur result once u tried the recipe :) Keep Visiting !

December 7, 2011

Reposting: Chicken Briyani

     Reposting this for the Giveaway Royal Feast - Biriyani by Reva of Kaarasaaram



INGREDIENTS
Basmathi Rice - 1 1/2 cup
Chopped Onion - 4 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 2 Nos.
Curry Leaf - 1 Twig
Mint Leaf - Handful
Corainder Leaf - Handful
Green Chilly - 5 Nos.
Cinnamon - 3 Nos.
Cardamon - 1 Nos.
Cloves - 6 Nos.
Bay leaf - 1 No.
Ginger Garlic Paste - 2 spoons
Pepper Corns - 1/2 spoon
Fennel Seeds - 1 spoon
Turmeric Powder - Pinch

To Marinate Chicken (1 hr):
Chicken Pieces - 1/2 kg
Chilly powder - 2 spoons
Kitchen King Masala - Pinch
Turmeric powder - Pinch
Curd - Half cup
Salt - To Taste

To Grind:
Fennel Seeds - 1 spoon
Cinnamon - 1 inch
Cloves - 4
Cardamon - 1 No.
Pepper Corns - Half spoon



METHOD:
     Keep a cooker, pour 3 spoons of oil and 2 spoons of ghee, allow it to heat. Add pepper corns, fennel seeds, cinnamon, cardamon, bayleaf, ginger garlic paste, mint leaf, corainder leaf, chopped onion, saute it for 6 mins. Then add chopped tomato. Fry it until it mix up with the fried onion. Then add marinated chicken, add required water and partially close the lid. Once the pieces gets half-boiled, add rice. Mix it gently and add required water and salt. Close with the lid completely. Pressure it for 10 mins in simmer after a whistle. Serve with cucumber or onion raitha for more taste.



♥ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♥

7 comments:

Reva said...

Hi Sangeetha,
All the three entries from your side has been registered. I know that you are following my blog publicly... :)
Thanks girl...
Hugs..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Oh Great !! Dont forget to select me, He he ! Just Kidding :)

sangee vijay said...

hi sangeetha
love this excellent recipe and looks more tempting...thanks for participating in my 300th post giveaway...i couldn't see you in the followers list...can u tell me in what name you connected? happy that you liked my FB page..thank you so much and hope to see you often :) following u !!


Spicy Treats
Ongoing Event : Bake Fest # 2
Do participate in My 300th Post Giveaway

sangee vijay said...

hi sangee
i joined your site, it showing 59 from 58 but didn't show my pic...i think problem with blogger...sorry to trouble you, the same thing may happened at my space too...sorry !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@SangeeVijayI can see ur pic in my followers list. Thanks for ur visit to my space :) Hope v'll continue our Visiting :P
I checked your followers list too, my name is also getting listed in the second place. FYR, am in the name as Sangeetha Nambi.

Anonymous said...

Hello Sangeetha Nambi
In my search for Chicken Briyani I came to your site and would like to use your recipe.
Only Kitchen King Masala is not familiar to me, and since we only have an Indonesian Toko in town I might not find it ready made.
But if you could give me the recipe of the Masala I could make it myself.
We have lived for many years in India/Tamil-Nadu and Chicken Briyani was our favorite. This Christmas we all come together again so Briyani will be our Christmas dinner.
My favourite cookong book is Camellias Panjabi's 50 curries of India, we ate them all..

Thank you,
have a lovely day,
Veronica Volkers

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Anonymous: First of all thanks for visiting my space and choosing my Briyani. Kitchen King Masala will smells like "Garam Masala". Anyway its optional. If u dont have Garam Masala, u can use cumin powder too. Hope i cleared your doubt. Let me know ur result once u tried the recipe :) Keep Visiting !