June 4, 2007

DUM BIRYANI (CHICKEN)

This Sunday, I prepared Chicken Dum Biryani in Oven. It turned out very tasty and looked delicious. Here is my recipe:


Chicken Dum Biryani:
Prep : 45mts
Cooking time: 50mts
Serves : 4
Cuisine: Andhra

Ingredients:
4 cups Basmati Rice (3/4 cooked and keep aside)
3 tbsp oil
3 chopped big onions (cut length wise thin slices)
3 Elachi
3 Lavangi
2" dalchini
3 bay leaves
2 green chillies (cut them length wise)
1 tsp whole garam masala powder
2 tbsp chicken biryani masala powder (optional)
salt as per taste
1 cup finely chopped coriander and mint leaves (mixed)

For Marination :
10 medium size chicken pieces
1 chopped medium size tomato
3 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp turmeric powder
3 tsp ginger garlic paste
1 cup curd

Method:
1. Marinate the chicken pieces with above ingredients, keep aside for 30mts.


2. Heat oil, fry 1/2 cup thin chopped onions till brown color on low heat and keep aside.

3. In the same oil, add dalichini, lavangi, elachi and bay leaves, fry for few seconds, add remaining chopped onions and green chillies, fry till light brown color on low heat.

4. Add coriander and mint leaves, mix, fry for few more seconds.

5. Add marinade chicken pieces, mix, covered, cook for 30 minutes on low flame or till gravy comes to thick content. Then turn off the heat.

6. If you want to do the dum process in oven, then take a alluminium tray (like above) or if you want to do on stove, then take thick bottom wide vessel.

7. Greese the tray with some ghee or oil, start keeping the layers of rice and chicken respectively. First you keep the rice, next chicken , next fried onions and later chicken biryani masala powder.... like this till end of rice and chicken.


8. Cover the tray tightly with alluminium foil, keep in conventional oven, bake it for 20 minutes.

9. Finally serve hot with basic gravy and onion raita.
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22 comments:

  1. Looks tempting - nice display

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  2. this reminds me so much of hyderabad!
    looks so good.

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  3. Woo Hoo!! That is a gorgeous Biryani Jyoti.I love the gravy there,very nice:)

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  4. Thats absolutely delicious Jyothi!!!

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  5. Jyothi, mouthwatering Biryani!!! I had prepared this last weekend, I guess I can never get enough of it!!! Thx for making me hungry again!!! :-)

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  6. hey the color of the biryani is so nice, this masala works well with the veg version as well!
    thanks!

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  7. I love the colour of this dish. Looks very delicious.

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  8. soooooooo different from my biryani recipes..Jyothi, what is biriyani masala? do u buy it readymade?

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  9. anusharajiJune 05, 2007

    i know i have no rights
    but dum biryani somehow makes me.......
    luv that rice shot
    cool recipe huh
    Talimpu.com

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  10. absolutely gorgeous... making dum biryani has been on my list!

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  11. hi that was a wonderful biryani....baga ooriksthunnaru.....indialo unte atleast week ki okkasarina tinedanni....nice one dear

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  12. Looks very yummy. Will try this out for sure. Thanks for sharing

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  13. @Hi Saju, thanks

    @Hi Sharmi, I am from Hyderabad, India. Thanks.

    @Hi Asha, thanks a lot for your comments on every of my recipes. Keep on visiting my dear.

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  14. @Hi Padmaja, thanks

    @Hi Aruna, thanks a lot. Prepare and have it. :)

    @Hi Richa, thanks for such a good idea. I will try it. Once again thanks.

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  15. @Hi Cynthia, thanks.

    @Hi Seena, Thanks. I bought readymade chicken biryani masala (Shaan Company). Will check your biryani recipes in your blog. Thanks a lot.

    @Hi Raji, you have all rights to give me advices and you can criticize me always. As my co-blogger and also as my friend (am I right?) you are most welcome to do anything. Thanks a lot buddy.

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  16. @Hi Mandira, waiting for your biryani recipe. Thanks for your comment.

    @Hi Shanti, thanks a lot. Try it and let me know.

    @Hi Srivalli, thanks. Try it let me know.

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  17. I cant wait..Ill try this....

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  18. Jyothi
    I visited this blog recently, it looks very good
    I tried a couple of recipes..it came out well
    I tried dum biryani, without shaan masala and it was good(edible :) ) and baingan bartha which turned out as a smooth paste and tasted alil sweet

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  19. Hi Swetha, welcome to my blog and very happy to see your lovely comments. Glad, you liked my recipes. Thanks a lot and keep on coming.

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  20. Hi Jyothi,

    I am new to your blog.i have read most of your recipes,everything it tooo good.Specially this DUM BIRYANI....YUM YUM...

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  21. Hello Jyothi Gaaru,

    Conventional oven for 20 mts ani chepparu...temperature entha maintain cheyyali?
    Thanks

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