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My First Recipe - Veg Biryani


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Guys you people would be fond of biryani....

Today I'll start with Veg Biryani...

Items Required

Basmathi Rice --- According to number of people (2 cups for 3members min)

Frozen Mixed Vegetables (carrot, beans, corn, peas)

Oil ---- Required Quantity

Cumin Seeds

Mustard Seeds

Biryani items (cloves, cinnamon, bay leaves, japatri, star flowers....etc)

Onion - half of onion (cut in to thin long slices)

Green Chillies (four, cut into half vertically)

Red Chilli powder - 2Spoons

Turmeric --- 1/4th spoon

coriander powder --- 1spoon

Biryani masala powder --- parampara will be good for taste---- 3spoons

Soya Chuncks ------ Quantity as required per your taste

ginger garlic paste - 1 and half spoon

asapodita

Coriander leaves

Salt for taste (for perfect when u add salt just check the water and it should be bit salty)

Method of preparation:

Soak the soya chuncks for half an hr in luke warm water... Then squeeze it and keep it aside

Now in a pan add oil (make sure oil should be bit more then what u use in normal currys)

now add cumin seeds, mustard seeds, biryani items, asopodita, onions, green chillies

Fry it until onions turns brown

now add ginger garlic paste

fry for 2 to 3min

then add mixed vegetables and fry them until 90% cooked

now add soya chuncks and fry till they turn brown

and now add rice and to that add salt, red chilli powder, turmeric, coriander powder, parampara mix and fry till u get the smell of coriander powder (may be for 3min)

now pour all this in to rice cooker with 1:2 ratio of water

when biryani is done add coriander leaves........

Now your biryani is done for serving........

Enjoy week end with Biryani

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