Friday, July 11, 2008

Egg Biryani


Ingredients
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3 eggs
1-1/2 cup basmathi rice
1 onion sliced
1 tomato chopped
1 tbs ginger garlic paste
4 to 5 green chillis (slit)
1/2 cup cilantro
1/2 cup yogurt
4 tbs oil
2 tbs biryani masala
1 tsp garam masala
2 tbs butter (or) ghee
2 cardamom pods, 2 cloves , 1 inch cinnamon stick
salt


Method
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Boil eggs , remove shell and keep aside
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Wash rice 2 to 3 times and soak them for 30 min , now cook rice with 2 cups of
water and salt
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Cook rice on one side of stove while u are making masala
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Heat oil in a pan add cardamom ,cloves and cinnamon then add sliced onions
and salt , fry for 5 min until onions become light brown
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Now add green chillis , ginger garlic paste and cilantro ,sautee for 2 more min
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Add eggs fry for 2 more min then add chopped tomatoes ,cover and
cook for 3 min then add biryani masala Mix everything sautee for 2 min
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Now add yogurt, Mix everything ,layer it with cooked rice ,butter and garam
masala powder
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Cover tightly with lid and cook for 15 min in low flame

Done SERVE hot with sliced onions and lemon

Remmember we added salt while cooking rice , and in onions and we also have salt in biryani masala too


32 comments:

Devi Priya said...

Wow, that is colorful and looks delicious. I have a surprise for you in my blog.

Priti said...

Briyani looks delicious...nice pictures

Suma Rajesh said...

fantastic...luv the close pic ...delicious biriyani on weeknds...

Cham said...

Looks yum ur biryani

Madhavi said...

Oh my DH goin' to love this, looks mouthwatering, delicious!!!Will try soon!!!

bee said...

this is a gorgeous, gorgeous biryani.

Laavanya said...

That looks fantastic Sagari - when I make it the rice gets a uniform colour.. I like yours - it's like what a restaurant would serve :)

notyet100 said...

looks delicious,..

Ramya Bala said...

I luv Biriyani..Very nice recipe..Thanks for sharing!!!

Seema said...

Thats one yummy & perfect biryani! Looks so good.. my mouths watering :-)

Seema said...

Thats one yummy & perfect biryani! Looks so good.. my mouths watering :-)

Vani said...

That is one beautiful biryani!! Lovely pic!

Kalai said...

Delicious pics, Sagari! Recipe sounds yum! :)

Sujatha said...

Wow, I am drooling! Makes me hungry! Perfect texture and color!

SriLekha said...

mouth drooling recipe... its carving for me....superb presentations

Jackie said...

Looks so good! I'm fascinated with Indian cooking, but have yet to try my hand at it. This would be a great place to start, thanks!

Jaya said...

The rice is so cooked evenly and is well coated with spices , looks such a delectable dish .
hugs and smiles
jaya

Sireesha said...

WOW....Biryani looks colorful and delicious sagari:)))

Illatharasi said...

oh my god.... what a shot! looks too yummy;)

Miri said...

Wow! what a droolworthy dish! Thanks for posting!

Cynthia said...

What a clever idea! Looks fabulous!

Shreya said...

Hi Sagari, the dish looks so inviting! I wish I could have it right now:-) Lovely recipe. I have never made egg biriyani, only egg curry and omlettes. Will try this:-) Bookmarking...

Swapna said...

Hi ..love the recipe . post more :)

Pravs said...

so tempting pic. looks delicious.

farida said...

This is one good looking dish. Beautiful color too.

Andhra Flavors said...

ur egg biriyani looks like hydarabed biriyani. lovely entry.

A&N said...

Nice biriyani recipe! Looks very tasty. I guess vegetarians could substitute the eggs with paneer to keep it rich :)

Trupti said...

wow Sagari Biryani looks very delicious and nice photos

sra said...

That's such a great-looking biriyani, Sagari!

Sig said...

Love those pictures Sagari, esp the first one... I still haven't tried egg biryani, been seeing it everywhere recently

uvrao said...

looks scrumptious... nice pictures.. :)

Aruna said...

Looks delicious!! Will try soon :)