Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani

Hyderabadi children biryani is a Popular and flavorful dish in the city of Hyderabad. It also influenced by Mughals. In these we use Some Rich Aroma, Tender Chicken and Basmati Rice.

 

Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani

Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani

 

Preparation time-45 min..

  1. Colour – Light Brown

Ingredients…

1 kg – Tender chicken.

1 Kg – Basmati Rice.

500 gm -Curd.

3-Ltr water.

4-tbsp Red Chill powder.

2-tbsp Ginger garlic paste.

Salt – sufficient

2- lemons

1- bunch Coriander leaves. 

1-mint leaves.

4-Green chills.

Fried Onions

50ml-Ghee

Whole Spices- 2gm-saunf, 1inch cinnamon, 2-cardomom, 4-cloves, 1-starane , 2-bayleaf,

 

Preparation…

Chicken marinated

Marinating..

1.Take a vessel add Tender Cut chicken. Wash the chicken throughly

2.And Red chill powder, salt, fried onions, mix them well.

3.Next add Ginger garlic paste, Dhania powder, Aroma spices powder, curd, slice Green chilles Marinate Well

Rice Boiling…

1.Take a vessel add the Basmati Rice in a vessel. Wash the Rice throughly..

2.Add 3 ltr water in a vessel. Add whole spices, oil, salt and boil the Rice..

3.Cook the Rice 75% and put off the Stove…

Preparation…

1.Add the Rice in a later..

2.Add Fried Onions, Mint Leaves and Coriander leaves in a Later. Close the top tightly and keep it with silver paper.

3.Cook the Rice of 10 mins. In a medium flame..

4.Take the chapati pan, keep it on the stove, keep the Rice in the top of pan. Keep it for Dum 15 mins..

Benefits-

1.Good source of protein: Chicken is a rich source of high-quality protein, which is essential for building and repairing tissues, supporting muscle growth, and maintaining overall health.

2.Nutrient-dense: Chicken biryani contains various spices, herbs, and ingredients that contribute to its flavor and aroma.

3.Balanced meal: Chicken biryani typically combines protein from chicken, carbohydrates from rice, and a variety of vegetables and spices.

4.Boosts metabolism: Many spices and herbs used in chicken biryani, such as turmeric, cumin, and coriander, are known to have potential metabolic benefits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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