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Simple Chicken Briyani

Bachelor's cooking are always very simple and sweet as they don't really buy all the ingredients for cooking like we do -just the necessary to cook something for their tummy. Well when we all went to visit old friends in Owassso my hubby's friend Ramkummar made these wonderful very spicy briyani .He prepared the briyani with whatever he had in his fridge that day. We just brought the chicken.I'm planning to share some of the recipe that normally prepared by bachelors like my hubby when I was in India before coming here.Hope this will be useful for everyone who needs to fix something for the tummy quick and fast without add too many spices or ingredients to have a decent meal for the day.

Serving Size:5

3 cup rice
1lb chicken chopped
5 medium tomatoes chopped
2 medium red onions chopped
2 tbsp ginger garlic paste
5 green chillie slit into halve
2.5 tbsp coriander powder
1tsp chilli powder
1/4tsp turmeric powder
3tbsp shredded fresh coconut
1tbsp chicken curry masala
1/2tsp mustard seeds
1/2tsp cumin seeds
a sprig of curry leaves
1 small cinnamon stick
2 cloves
3 cardamom pods
bay leave
chopped coriander and mint leaves.

Preparation Methods:
Heat a couple for spoons of oil in a large skillet and splutter mustard,cumin,curry leaves and all the whole spice followed by ginger garlic paste ,green chillie and finally the chopped onions. Saute them til the onions are browned-then add the chopped tomatoes.Fry them til the tomatoes becomes soft and then add all the spice powder. Saute well and add the chopped chicken and salt. Cook till it become a bit tender and finally add the rice and give a good saute. Adjust the level of salt and spice- add the shredded coconut, chopped coriander and mint leaves and pour water. Let the mixture sit on flame for about 5 minutes before transfering it to the rice cooker. Serve hot with onion raitai.


Babli said…
Chicken biryani is my favourite dish. It looks yummy and delicious.
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Priya said…
Delicious briyani, my all time favourite..
Sarah Naveen said…
Wow!! It looks so yummy and really tempting....
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Viki's Kitchen said…
Wow what a presentation. Biryani looks classic.
Pavithra said…
Wow awesome biriyani.. who say no to this dear.. hey sorry i am replying late I am from singapore for past 4 yrs we were in Bukit Batok.
Divya Vikram said…
Biryani looks just yummy and delicious!
Priya said…
hmmm..luks yummy..delicious
Malar Gandhi said…
Now pass the plate already, it way too tempting to me
Preeti Kashyap said…
yummy....even that raita looks tempting!
Sushma Mallya said…
i love biryani and love to try different types of it..urs look delicious and will surely try this simple one...

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