3 Servings ~ 45 minutes
  • Mutton 500 gms
  • Salt as per taste
  • Chilly powder 2 tbsp
  • Coriander powder 3 tbspns
  • Turmeric powder 1/2 spn
  • Oil
  • Cashewnuts 10
  • Bay leaf 2
  • Clove 4
  • Cinnamon 2
  • Jeera 2 spns
  • Onion 2 sliced
  • Ginger-garlic paste 2 spns
  • Green chillies 3 slited
  • Tomato 2 diced
  • Mutton stalk 4 cups
  • Basmati rice 2 cups

Mutton Biriyani

Mutton is a non-veg which is liked by many. I never used to eat this for a long time. But then I started liking it when I prepare it by myself. Here is a delicious recipe of mutton biriyani. Prepare it & I assure it your guests/loved ones will not stop praising your dish ūüėČ

-Marenet the mutton with salt,red chilly powder,coriander powder,turmeric powder & ginger-garlic paste.Mix it well & keep it in fridge for 30 minutes.
-Keep cooker on stove,pour ghee. ¬†Add cashewnuts,bay‚Äč leaf,clove,cinnamon,jeera & fry it.
-Add sliced onions,ginger-garlic paste & slited green chillies.
-Mix it well after adding salt & turmeric.
-When onions will become soft then add  red chilly powder & coriander powder.

-Add tomato & stir well till tomatoes are softened.
-Now add mareneted mutton into it.Mix it very well.
-Now pour water & give a stir.

-Leave it for 20 minutes in less flame.
-When the air will be completely released then add washed basmati rice into it,close the lid & leave it for 1 whistle.

Open the cooker lid ones the whistle pressure is completely gone. Leave it for 20 minutes as it is.
-Then you can serve it hot with raita.

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