Vegetable Biriyani

Vegetable Biriyani

Vegetable Biriyani

Vegetable Biriyani

Category : Vegetarian, Rice

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By Pinky R

Published On: 14 Aug 2002

Rating: 3
17 Votes, 11 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Wash the rice and soak it for a few hours. Leave it to drain.

Step 2

Chop the beans, carrots, turnip into thin long pieces.

Step 3

Chop 1/3 of the onions into thin rings, one third into fine pieces.

Step 4

Grind the remaining onions, ginger, garlic and green chillies into a fine paste.

Step 5

Dry roast andhra moggu. Grind this along with the cinnamon, clove and cardamom coarsely.

Step 6

Heat oil and roast the bay leaf.

Step 7

Add the onion paste and fry.

Step 8

Then add the chopped vegetables and green peas and fry well.

Step 9

Now add the ground cinnamon masala.

Step 10

Add the rice to the cooked vegetables and fry it for a little while.

Step 11

Add salt and 4 cups of water to this and keep it covered in low flame until the rice is fully cooked.

Step 12

Add finely chopped coriander and mint leaves and mix well.

Step 13

Cut the salt bread into fine pieces and deep fry in oil until they become crisp and brown.

Step 14

Add these pieces to the rice a few minutes before serving.

Step 15

Deep fry the onions cut into rings in oil and garnish the dish with these.

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Madhu

This recipe sounds good though I have not tried it but its under the wrong title. It can be called Veg pulao not Biryani.

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rekha

It is always better not to soak rice for more than half an hour. It wil taste better if you cook the rice seperately as you prepare rice for making ghee rice and also add one or two teaspoon full of fresh curd while cooking vegetables will give a better taste and flavour to the dish.

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rekha

It is always better not to soak rice for more than half an hour. It wil taste better if you cook the rice seperately as you prepare rice for making ghee rice and also add one or two teaspoon full of fresh curd while cooking vegetables will give a better taste and flavour to the dish.

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sandeep

I tried this I was super!!!

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shanty

ididnt get Andramongu

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elizabeth

tastes good.and easy to prepare also

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fahima parvin

is the andhra moggu which we make designs in front of the threshhold of the house? pl be more clear.

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asha

Hi, Could u tell me what is andhra moggu? I tried to find it out in the glossary but it wasn`t there.

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Nupur

What is to be done of the onion rings in this recipe? The masala was not enough for our taste though, chilli pdr and tomatoes can be added to make it more tangy.

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Pushpa Rawat

This dish is really delicious by looking and by taste.

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ranjith.m

i like v.biryani.

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