Friday, October 17, 2008

SPICY CHICKEN BIRIYANI.

This is my first non veg rice item ''CHICKEN BIRIYANI'' that I adopted ''SRIVALLI'' who is expert in cooking and a wonderful lovable person. Her all recipes makes me tempt. I must appreciate her at the time of round up. She present the post soo neatly and also in order. Hats off to u dear. Am really glad to say I tired ur recipe and the taste was soo perfect and delicious with boondi raita. Thank u soo much srivalli for sharing us such a wonderful recipe.

The variation I have done is added garam masala powder. While cooking rice separetly in cooker I added a pinch of saffron. Thus it gives colour and a nice saffron flavour to the rice and finally garnished with fried onions. And for the plating, credit goes to my hubby. He shaped tomato and its a great idea filling inside with boondi raita. Have a look :)



INGREDIENTS FOR MARINATING CHICKEN.

250 gms Boneless Chicken.

1/2 cup Curd.

1 tsp Chilli powder.

1 tsp Coriander powder.

Turmeric powder a pinch.

1 tsp Ginger Garlic paste.

1/2 cup Mint Leaves.

1/2 cup Coriander leaves.

FOR RICE.

3 cups Cooked Basmati Rice.

2 Onions .

2 Green chillies.

1 tsp Chilli powder.

1 tsp Coriander powder.

1 tsp Ginger Garlic paste.

1 tsp Garam masala.

2"Cinnamon.

1 Bay leaf.

3 Cloves.

2 Cardamom.

Salt to taste.
2 tbsp Oil.

INGREDIENTS FOR MAKING FRIED ONIONS FOR GARNISH.

1 Onion.

2 tbsp gram flour.

Salt to taste.

Oil for deep frying.
Coriander leaves.

METHOD.

Clean and chop chicken to required size. Mix curd, chilli pd, coriander pd ,turmeric pd , Mint and coriander leaves to the chicken. Let it marinate for half an hour.

Heat oil in a pan, add all the whole spices followed by the onions and ginger garlic paste. Fry them till it turns brown. Add chilli pd , coriander pd , turmeric pd , garam masala and salt and fry them for 1 min. Then add the chicken marinadea and cook on high flame for 5 mins and simmer till the oil comes out.


Add the cooked basmati rice and stir.

In a bowl cut the onions as julienne. Mix it with gramflour and salt. Deep fry them in oil till its brown and crispy. Garnish them on the top of chicken biriyani also with coriander leaves.

Serve hot with ''Boondi raita''.


Am soo happy to send my entry to ''RICE MELA'' HOSTED BY SRIVALLI.




Also this has been bookmarked and sent to RUTH'S ''BOOKMARKED RECIPES POSTED EVERY MONDAY.


Also sending to ''CHICKEN EVENT'' HOSTING BY SRILEKHA

Enjoy!!

23 comments:

Happy cook said...

Wow really delicious look biriyani.

Sireesha said...

Biryani Looks drooling...

Cham said...

The biriyani got an excellent luxury look! Should have tasted delicious too!

Suma Rajesh said...

Happy cook,
What a quick comment?..thanks u so much..

Sireesha,
thanks dear.

Cham,
Nice reading ur sweet comments cham.yes really it does taste delicious though its srivalli's recipe..:)

Priti said...

Briyani looking delicious Suma...the deco is cool...nice idea...:) gud entry for the events?

Sujatha said...

yummy looks briyani! Gives a professional look.. I can imagine the spicy taste and flavor!

meeso said...

Looks absolutely DELICIOUS!!!

Srivalli said...

Thanks for trying it out....and sending the entry Suma

Jaishree said...

Boondi raita &Biriyanilooks so good Suma! :) Congrats on the award and thank you so much for thinking about me dear!

Yasmeen said...

Kya baat hai Suma! Biryani Laajawaab hai!

Roopa said...

Hi Suma!! Thanks a lot for coming by my blog:) Its wonderful to see so many dishes posted in the past two months, Loved the chicken biriyani, very rich texture! , and Gossale Bhaluk is new for me, I prepared Karathe baluk in Microwave few months back and that came out good too:) , Loved the Tilapia fish dish:) mmmthe breaded texture looks awesome Suma:)

Suma Rajesh said...

thanks friends...and roopa its nice to c ur comments after long..hope u start ur blog soon..

Valarmathi said...

Biriyani looks so good. Nicely presented.

vandana rajesh said...

Nice suma first the boondi raita post and now the biriyani. The biriyani looks delicious.

Sig said...

That is a delicious looking biryani Suma!

Illatharasi said...

Very nice Suma! Drooling over the biryani!

n33ma said...

now you are tempting me with awesome looking biryani.

raaji said...

Guessed u r family have enjoyed it a lot.....the pic itself makes one want it..

Curry Leaf said...

I will try to veganize it-sorry no chicken for me.Nice post with the detailed pictures

Andhra Flavors said...

biryani is looks perfect. that raita in tomato bowl is really superb. beautiful idea suma.

Sudeshna said...

Hi Suma,
Happy diwali in advance. There is a little surprise waiting for you on my blog, so do check that out
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Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Chicken Biriyani looks awesome... Pictures are tempting and the biriyani looks yummy and perfect...

Divya Vikram said...

How did I miss this post..Lovely presentation Suma..