Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Hyderabad Mutton Dum Biriyani /Mutton Recipes /Rice Recipes

Hyderabadi style mutton dum biriyani..I have tasted this in hotels..but haven't tried in home..but i found this recipe quiet easier...sure it takes lot of time than the usual biriyani...but not much work as the usual biriyani's...just we have to plan head and marinate things..and have to wait a bit more time..but it's surely worth the wait...

Do try and enjoy...

Mutton1.5 lb
Raw Papaya paste1.5 tsp
Onion2 big
Cilantro chopped1 cup
Mint chopped1 cup
Green chillies chopped3
Ginger garlic paste1.5 tsp
Yogurt/curd1 cup
Bay leaves4
Mace(Jadhi pathiri)1 small piece
Cumin seeds2 tsp
Pepper2 tsp
Turmeric powder 2 tsp
Chilli powder2 tsp
Biriyani masala powder2 tsp
Coriander powder 2 tsp
Cumin powder2 tsp
Basmati rice3 cup
Oil2 tblsp
Saffron 2 pinch
Chappathi dough
(small amount)
 as needed

Wash and clean the mutton with turmeric and salt...Grind  the raw papaya into fine paste and add 1.5 tsp to mutton and mix..Let it marinate for 15 minutes...Slice the onions ..

Fry onions until they become golden brown in batches...Chop the cilantro and mint...

After 15 minutes, add ginger garlic paste,green chillies,curd,masala powders,whole garam masala, cumin and pepper to mutton...

Add half of the chopped cilantro and mint and half of the fried onion to mutton...

Mix them all well and let it marinate for 1 hour...Soak the basmati rice for 1/2 an hour..After 25 minutes, start boiling water for rice..Add 1 tblsp oil, whole garam masala,cilantro,mint,pepper,cumin to the water...

Add the soaked rice when it comes to boil...Afer 1 to 1.5 minutes,take rice and check weather it breaks on pressing..If so remove half of the rice from water and set aside...This is 40% done rice..

After some time, the rice will also start jumping...At that time,remove from heat and drain the water from rice..This is 60% done rice..

In a heavy bottom vessel,take mutton in the bottom and spread evenly..Put some mint, cilantro and fried onion on it...Spread the 40% done rice on top of it evenly..Again put some mint, cilantro and fried onion on it..Then spread the  60% done rice on top of it evenly..Again put some mint, cilantro and fried onion on it..If u want it more spicy spread some biriyani masala in between..

Soak saffron in water for some time , and add it on top of all the layers..Then using the chappathi dough,seal the sides and any other opening, so that no steam will come out...

Place the vessel on stove...Cook in high flame for 10 minutes...Meanwhile heat a tawa in other stove...After 10 minutes move the vessel to the top of tawa...Leave it in simmer for 45 minutes to 1 hour...If you see any steam coming out,using chappathi dough seal it...

After 1 hour open the vessel, and the yummy dum biriyani is ready to delish...While serving,scoop from bottom to top and serve...Do not mix the rice and mutton,so that all colours of rice are in the plate...

Wanna try these:
Mutton Chukka
Thalapakattu Ckn Biryani
Mutton Gravy
Mutton Biryani

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