Was so very lucky to have yet another #lambbiryani from @ihsans.kitchen - it was one of the best I have ever tasted and if you know me, biryani is my favourite food and I do not play when it comes to it. The samoosa, kebaab and dholl were as delicious as the last time. I appreciate the consistency in their food. Go follow @ihsans.kitchen and place your order confidently. Thank you once again for such delicious food- it taste like fresh homemade food and this makes the whole difference. #food#biryani#samoosa#dholl#foodcatering#ihsankitchen
What do you prefer Kacchi Biryani (marinated meat cooked with layered rice) or Lamb Biryani (cooked lamb layered with rice)? Comment down below.
Last night my husband ordered Kacchi Biryani and I ordered Lamb Biryani. We also had daal, vegetable curry and salad alongside our biryanis at Dhaka Biryani Kitchen on Romford Road. We thoroughly enjoyed both biryanis, I preferred my one however as it tasted better (says me, lol 😂) and hubby preferred his. I wasn't too keen on the daal or veg curry but the biryani and salad was good. The restaurant is a basic no frills eatery, just order and eat, which is all I wanted last night as I was starving! Their firni was so delicious too, I would recommend trying it even if you don't go to sit and eat, you can pick up a small tub for 75p. 😋_
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So my husband loves his biryani , he’s favourite biryani is his mums obviously! Mums food is the best, which i cant compete with.My self in my life only wanna impress My GOD My husband & My parents , to please them ill do anything ... I try my best to impress my beloved husband trying all different types of biryani and foods. We both work really hard and he works allot harder than me so today i have done not a conventional traditional biryani but with alot of love patients and effort i have made a aromatic biryani , just to see him smile🙏 #slowcooked#foodie#foodporn#foodstylist#birtyani#aroma#briyanirice#lambbiryani#biryanilove#biryanilovers#biryanis#muttonbiryani inspired by a great chef @conarestaurant
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Indulge with the traditional taste of Hyderabadi Lamb biryani presented in our own elegant way.
For reservations, call 03 784 0500
Visit us at Entrance 5, Bawadi Mall, Al Ain
Pressure Cooker Mutton Biryani
Mutton - 1 kg
Turmeric powder - 3/4 Tsp
Chili powder - 2 Tsp
Salt to taste
For Masala paste
Shallots - 6 nos
Green chili - 2 nos
Red chili - 6 nos
Grated Coconut - 2 Tsp
Few Mint leaves
Few Coriander leaves
Coriander powder - 1 Tsp
For Pressure cooking
Ghee - 2 Tbsp
Oil - 1 Tbsp
Onion - 4 nos thinly sliced
Tomato - 3 nos chopped
Grounded Masala paste
Salt to taste
Diluted Coconut Milk - 3 cups
Basmati Rice - 3 cups (soaked 30 mins)
1. In a mixing bowl add mutton, turmeric powder, chili powder, and salt. Rub well to mutton pieces.
2. Let it sit for 15 minutes.
3. For masala paste: In a blender add shallots, garlic cloves, ginger, green chili, red chili, grated coconut, mint leaves, coriander leaves and coriander powder.
4. Add little water and grind to a paste.Your masala paste is ready to keep aside.
5. Soak basmati rice for 30 minutes.
6. Heat ghee and oil in a pressure cooker. Add the whole spices (cinnamon, cardamom pods, clove, bay leaves).
7. Add the thinly sliced onions and saute till it turns a brown color.
8. Then add tomatoes and saute for few minutes.
9. Now add the grounded masala paste and saute for few minutes.
10. Add the mutton pieces and salt. Mix well.
11. Add diluted coconut milk, coriander leaves, mint leaves and pressure cook the mutton.
12. Once mutton is cooked check for seasoning.
13. Keep the flame on low add soaked basmati rice and cook for 7 minutes.
14. Turn off the stove and let it sit for 5 minutes.
15. Enjoy the pressure cooker mutton biryani with raita or any gravy of your choice.