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Shaahi Biryani

GETTING READY 1)Prick the meat pieces with a fork and marinate it in yogurt paste and leave for 2 hours. MAKING 2)In a pan, heat half ghee and cook meat pieces for 30 minutes on medium heat. 3)Take another saucepan, and heat remaining ghee. Saute onion until... - 51.9616

Yakhni Pulao

A combination of mutton and rice which is famous in Kashmir. Especially great for marriage, parties and Holi also. - 49.9527

Meat Biryani

This meat biriyani is an authentic guide to making the dish the traditional Indian way. Meat and rice in alternate layers is simmered for an hour so that all the juices and spices blend well to provide that exotic taste and flavor that is unparalleled. - 49.1347

Spicy Mutton Biryani

Mutton cooked in spices and mixed in flavored basmati rice. The combination is deadly. - 48.0294

Mutton Pulao With Nuts

GETTING READY 1) Soak rice in 4 cups of water for 2 hours. 2) Fry the onion rings until crisp and brown. 3) Make a paste of spices, coconut, chillies, ginger and garlic. MAKING 4) Take a pan and heat oil. Fry the minced onion until golden brown. 5) Add... - 47.6022

Mutton Biryani

1. Clean and cut meat. Soak in curd. 2. Roast and powder cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, and peppercorns. 3. Grind together red chillies, half the onions, ginger, garlic and green chillies and copra. 4. Heat fat. Add sliced onions. Add ground spices and fry. Add... - 46.8106

One Pan Rogan Josh

MAKING 1) In a food processor, put the onions and whip till they are very finely chopped. 2) In a large, heavy-based pan, heat the oil. 3) Add the onion. Sauté every now and then, until it is really golden and soft. Leave the lid on for a few mins. 4) Add... - 46.5979

Aromatic Meat Biryani

GETTING READY 1) Skin the onion and leave it whole. 2) If using root ginger, then peel and scrape it. MAKING 3) In a pot, place together meat cloves, cardamom, ginger, salt, onion, cinnamon, garlic and water. 4) Put the lid on and simmer until the meat is... - 46.1697

Biryani

Biryani is delicious dish made from mutton, curd and spice blend. Especially great for marriage, parties and Holi. For better taste serve with raita. - 45.4757

Yakhni Pulao

Yakhni 1. Wash and cut up meat. 2. Place all yakhni ingredients-in a pan, cover with stock or water and simmer till meat is tender. 3. Let it cool and remove fat from surface. Pulao 1. Wash and soak rice. 2. Peel and slice onions. 3. Heat fat, fry sliced... - 45.2342

Khichdi Pulao

1. Clean and cut mutton into 2.5 cm. (1") pieces. 2. Grind together ginger, garlic, red chillies, half the green chillies and coriander leaves. 3. Slit remaining green chillies. Slice onions. 4. Heat fat. Fry sliced onions and then the ground spices. 5. Add... - 45.1534

Pulav

Wash rice well several times in cold water to remove all starch. Soak in cold water for twenty minutes. Drain in a sieve and leave for twenty minutes more. Divide rice in two. Cook one half of rice with hot water, salt and saffron in usual way till... - 44.7739

Mutton Pulao

Grind red chillies, ginger, garlic and all but 10 cashewnuts to a paste. Fry the remaining cashewnuts to a gold-er colour. Pound together all the spices coarsely. Heat 6 tblsps of ghee and fry the onions till soft. Add the spices, groundnut cashewnut paste,... - 44.5161

Lamb Biryani

Yummy Lamb Biriani is an amazingly tasty and filling Indian dish. I serve this often for a hearty dinner meal at home especially if we are celebrating any family occasion. Very filling and delicious, the Lamb Biriani is something you just shouldn’t... - 43.025

Chopped Meat Pilaf

MAKING 1) In a large saucepan, heat oil over moderate-low heat. 2) When hot, add the onions, cinnamon, ginger, chili powder, and turmeric and cook until the onions brown, mixing once in a while. 3) Into the pan, add the meat and cook, stirring many a times... - 42.6051

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