VEGETABLE BIRYANI - OPEN POT METHOD

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Hi friends, hope you all enjoyed the weekend. The year, 2013 is going to complete, right? The year has got over very fast. I hope you all planned for Christmas and New Year celebrations… I have announced Show Your Styles to the World – SYS-W series on SYS-W FB group. Members will be knowing that, if you also want to participate on the series, plz leave you FB id on comment box. This month will be sweets/desserts special to send off 2013 and Christmas festival.


Coming to the recipe, am going to post VEGETABLE BIRYANI… Biryani is all time favourite to us, right?? I prepared the biryani with mixed vegetables with homemade spice powder (CCC Powder) and fresh coconut milk. It’s one pot meal, I prepared the biryani in open pot method and it was come out really delicious. This time I prepared the biryani with basmati rice, but our favourite rice for biryani is seeraga samba rice which will give unique taste to the biryani…Check out veg and non-veg biryani with seeraga samba rice. 


Category
Lunch - Rice Varities 
Regional
Indian 
Preparation Time
20 Minutes
Cooking Time
30-40 Minutes
Servings
4






INGREDIENTS
Basmati Rice – 1 Cup
Oil – 2 Tbsp
Bay leaves – 2 small
Fennel seeds – 1 Tsp
Onion – ½ Cup Chopped
Ginger garlic paste – 2 Tbsp
Green chillies – 4 Slited
Coriander leaves – A handful
Mint leaves – A handful
Cauliflower – 20 florets
Carrot – 2 (Peeled and chopped lengthy)
French Beans – 7-8 (Cleaned the fibre and chopped lengthy)
Dry Green peas – ½ Cup (Soaked and drained)
CCC powder – 2 Tsp
Red chilli powder – 2-3 Tsp
Coriander powder – 2 Tsp
Salt – To Taste
Coconut Milk – 3 Cup (Rice:Milk - 1:3)


METHOD
  • Soak the basmati rice for 20 minutes and keep it aside.
  • Heat oil in a wide pan; add bay leaves and fennel seeds wait it for splutter.
  • Add onions and sauté it for 2 minutes, following by add ginger garlic paste sauté it till the raw aroma goes off.
  • Now add green chillies and coriander, mint leaves sauté it for one minute.
  • Add soaked green peas then add CCC powder mix it well and cover the pan with lid for 2 minutes.

  • Then add cauliflower florets, carrot and beans stir it well, then add red chilli powder, coriander powder and salt sauté it for 3 minutes then keep the flame on low and cover the pan with lid for 10-15 minutes or the oil oozes out from the mixture.
  • Now pour coconut milk and check for the spicy and salt, if needs add in this stage then keep the flame on high.
  • When it starts boiling add soaked basmati rice and allow it to boil, keep the flame on low when its starts boiling and cover the pan with lid.
  • Let it cook on low flame for 10-15 minutes or the water content goes off. You can check by inserting flat ladle in center of the pan, if the water present on the bottom, let it cook for 2-3 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame and don’t open the lid, let it stands for 15 minutes.
  • Then mix it up and serve it hot with your favorite side dishes…





NOTE
  • You can use seeraga samba rice instead of basmati rice to get unique taste.
  • Can replace green peas with dried green peas.
  • If CCC powder is not with you no worries, add one 1” cinnamon stick, 2 gloves and 3 cardamom with ginger garlic while grinding for Ginger garlic paste.
  • You can use tin coconut milk, but fresh coconut milk will always good for biryani.
  • For close pot method, refer Soya Beans BIRYANI recipe. 


ENJOY THE FLAVORFUL DELICIOUS BIRYANI!!!!




17 comments:

  1. Yummy recipe and I follow this sometimes sis.super clicks by the way

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  2. looks so perfect.. love this simple recipe

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  3. hmm what a coincidence i too posted some biriyani today.These look fabulous viji.

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  4. Very delicious biryani.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  5. wow...love this version, sounds so flavorful and delicious da..all time fav biryani :)
    nice clicks da !

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  6. Yummy and healthy colorful biriyani

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  7. I love this veg biryani a lot :) make me droll here viji .. parcel me some soon !!

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  8. "Wow, great blog article.Really thank you! Veg Biryani

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  9. recently I have visited india .there I have tested this item from a restaurant and this taste still now mixed with my tongue . then further I have tried to make it by my favorite kitchen room .

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  10. lovely like this post . I have tried to make it in my favorable kitchen . it is a delicious recipe . to make it ,induction cookware may be used .

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