Biryani, the name of this dish itself makes you hungry! Right? From Lucknow to Rajasthan to Andhra Pradesh, there are different types of lip smacking Biryanis, that differs in taste and flavour due to the use of local spices and different styles of cooking. For instance, Rajasthani Biryani is high on dry spices whereas Kolkata Biryani has potato in it. From North Indian Dum Biryani and South Indian Donne Biryani, each and every Biryani is absolutely delicious.
For this meal plate, we have made a special Biryani, Mutton Dum Biryani, where there are different layers of marinated mutton, half cooked rice, saffron milk, mint leaves, coriander leaves and caramelised onions. Dum Pukht Method is used to make this Biryani, where the Biryani utensil is sealed with whole wheat dough and is cooked over a slow heat. Marinated Mutton is kept aside for an hour, so that the mutton soaks up all the flavour of spicy marination masala.
This Biryani is served along with Ande Ka Salan, which is a peanut and coconut based gravy especially served along with Biryani. You can make any other Salan also to serve along with this Biryani such as Baingan Ka Salan, Bhindi Ka Salan etc. To end the meal, we have a simple Raita, Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita which will enhance the taste of your Biryani even more. You can also add a tadka in this raita to add some more flavour and taste.
Biryani is one such recipe which is loved by everyone and we can also make different types of Biryanis using different ingredients as the base, spices etc. Here, we are making a delicious and super easy Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani, which is a very popular Biryani, especially in North India.
In this, the biryani rice is parboiled before and the meat is well marinated in advance with all the spices and yogurt and cooked. A huge “Handi” or a vessel is used to cook the biryani, the cooked meat gravy is layered first and then the parboiled rice is added with lots of caramelized onions and saffron milk over it.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Biryani Recipes that you can make during Ramadan:
Along with this Hyderabadi Mutton Dum Biryani, serve a delicious Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita which is very easy to make and gets ready in 10 minutes. You just have to add chopped tomato, onion and cucumber in the curd and mix it well.
You can also give an oil tadka to this Raita, which adds a flavour and also tastes well with the Biryani.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Raita Recipes which you can serve along with your meals:
Egg Curry is one such recipe that is made in almost all the Indian households. It differs in taste from cuisine to cuisine because of the different masalas used and the style of cooking. If you want to make something new and especially something that goes well with Biryani, then Ande Ka Salan is your dish.
Roasted sesame seeds, peanuts and coconut are roasted and ground together to make the base. Tamarind water along with Indian spices add to this base to make this Ande Ka Salan delicious and lip smacking.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Egg Recipes that you can make for your everyday meals: