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Kerala Dilkush Biriyani recipe

Kerala Dilkush Biriyani food dishes South Indian recipi

Dilkush Biriyani kerala food dishes

Dilkush Biriyani South Indian,Kerala ,tamil nadu styles receipe

Dilkush Biriyani Ingredients:
(1) Biriyani rice – 750 grams
(2) Mutton – 500 grams
(3) Ghee – ½ cup
(4) Chopped onion – 1 kg
(5) Elachi – 5
Clove – 8
Cinnamon – 5
(6) Garlic paste – 2 tea spoon
Ginger paste – 2 tea spoon
(7) Coriander seed powder – 1 tea spoon
Chilly powder – ½ tea spoon
(8) Tomato cut into pieces – ½ cup
(9) Curd – ¼ cup
(10) Ground coconut – ¼ cup
Boiled, dried thick milk – ¼ cup
Ground cashew nut – 2 tea spoon
Ground dry grapes – 2 tea spoon
Salt – adjust to taste
(11) Coriander leaves – ½ cup
Pudina leaves – ¼ cup
Green chilly – 2 Nos.
(12) Lemon juice – 2 tea spoon

Procedure for cooking Dilkush Biriyani

Wash the rice and half boil. Add lemon juice and filter the rice. Heat the onion pieces in ¾ cup of ghee. Add ingredients (5), (6), (7) and tomato pieces into that and heat them. When they are getting crisp, add mutton pieces. When the mutton is crisp add curd and mixture of ingredients under (10) and sufficient water. Heat that again. When the mutton is cooked well, add ingredients under (11). Add a little lemon juice also and then stop heating and take them out. Take out 1 cup of the liquid from the cooked mutton and keep separately. Spread cooked rice in a flat vessel and spread the chicken pieces from which the liquid has been already extracted. Above that pour the liquid taken out from the cooked mutton. Above this, spread the remaining cooked rice. Cover the top of the biriyani with a wet towel. Then cover it with another vessel and heat it by keeping burnt wood above and below the vessel. After 30 minutes stop heating, take out the biriyani, mix with rice and meat and serve.

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