|mutton biryani recipe|
A biryani recipe again! Oh no! But what is so bad about biryani? I love any kind of biryani. This is a 16th biryani recipe and a 27th rice recipe in my space in just 8 months. Crazy me! I have still many more biryani recipes to post. Today’s simple mutton biryani recipe (andhra style) is a simple and quick one suitable for bachelors, new cooks and busy folks. Basically the masala that is used for this recipe is different from the one that goes towards chicken biryani. This is the basic thumb rule my mom and a Muslim friend of mine always say. This is only our opinion and might vary in others view. This is an exact replica of what we get in most south Indian good restaurants.
Alternately there is another method in which the masala is different.i have mentioned at the end of the post. i presume that to be a muslim style as i got that from a muslim friend.That tastes totally different from the first one and color of the biryani too is different.
5. add half of the coriander and mint leaves, sauté for a min
7. Add hot water and other half of mint and coriander leaves, bring to a boil. Add rice, 1 to 1 ½ tsps. garam masala powder. adjust salt and cook on a medium flame till almost all the water is evaporated. refer the pic.
Dry spices (for seasoning is same as above)