Ayesha`S Mutton Biryani

Try this only if you the patience for authentic Hydrabadi biryani

Ayesha`S Mutton Biryani

Try this only if you the patience for authentic Hydrabadi biryani

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Rice

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By Ayesha Shaikh

Published On: 17 Oct 2007

Rating: 3
9 Votes, 8 Reviews
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45 Minutes
Served : 5
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Clean the mutton and marinate it with salt and tumeric. Keep it for 5 mins.

Step 2

Add the chilli powder, coriander powder and ginger-garlic paste and leave it for 5 mins.

Step 3

Add the whole garam masalas.

Step 4

Add the saffron.

Step 5

Add the curds.

Step 6

Deep fry the sliced onions.

Step 7

Add them to the marination after crushing them.

Step 8

Add ghee to it.

Step 9

Add the ground elachi powder.

Step 10

:- Keep in mind not to mix the ingredients. Let it stay.

Step 11

Add hot oil.

Step 12

Take a vessel with water for cooking the rice.

Step 13

Once it is boiling hot, add the whole spices and let the water be filled with the flavour of the spices.

Step 14

Add the rice and keep stirring for 5 mins.

Step 15

Now comes the imp part - Take a seive and ensure that the water is completely off the rice and now spread this rice over the marinated mutton.

Step 16

Sprinkle the coriander and pudina on the top followed by the milk.

Step 17

:- You can top it with orange food colour also.

Step 18

Keep the vessel on fire on dum for 1/2 hr without disturbing it.

Step 19

:- Open it and enjoy mouth watering and awesome biryani, hyderabadi style.

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Amal Chandra Paul

when i use the ajinomoto?

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bobby

Not sure if it is a good idea not to mix the ingrediants. And also, Mutton takes a longer time to cook than just 30 min if cooked in this fashion. I do make mutton biryani in hyderabi style but not like this

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kahkasha

this biriyani tastes good but whenever i make this it does not come out wellsome raw tast of inger garlic coming, eed recipe for dum ka chickn and mutton yderabadi

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ritu

please...this is not the authentic hyderabadi biriyani...rice has to be partially cooked before u can finally bake the biriyani!i hv made biriyani proper hyderabadi style n this is not even half the work or method i use.

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SAMUEL DHYRIAM

DEAR AYISHA MADAM, YOUR PREPERATION IS REALY VERY GOOD. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. YOURS SINCERELY, SAMUEL DHYRIAM.

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Moumita

One question, you have said to cook the rice with mutton for 30 mins only. Will the mutton be well cooked only in 30mins?

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Aysha

Dear Sheeba,Ajinomoto is a taste enhancer and hence used in this receipe.

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sheeba

How can you have ajinomoto and call it hyderbadi.

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