Saturday, November 1, 2008

Recipe Marathon # day 1 - Festive Biriyani (vegetable)

Im feeling happy to participate in Recipe marathon .hosted by Dk i say ready start to run with my co - bloggers now 1st day - festive biriyani.....

Festive biriyani is my favourite dish.. It is very easy to prepare and prepared in special occasions like festivals and get togethers , this is a sunday special recipe.....Dumed biriyani is usually very tasty one.... Vegetable used here is carrots, beans, potatoes, peas......
1 cup Basmathi rice
2 no Onion (chopped)
2 no Tomato (chopped)
½ cup Thick curd
Salt to taste
2 ½ Mixed vegetables (diced)
2 no Green chilli
½ cup Coriander leaves and Pudina leaves
3 tsp Red chilli powder
2 tsp Ginger garlic paste
½ tsp garam masala
Oil & Ghee for frying
Wash and soak rice for 15 min. Boil briskly in water till half cooked. Drain water completely. And allow it to cool.
Whip curd and mix coriander and pudina leaves , red chilli powder , green chillies, ginger garlic paste, garam masala. Keep aslde for half an hour.
Heat oil and fry onions well. When onion turns brown add the red chilli powder. Add vegetables and fry well.
Sprinkle water and add tomatoes and marinated curd salt and
Boil till the oil leaves the gravy then add the rice. Close the lid and dum the hot oven for 10 min. covered with aluminium foil.
Serve it with onion raita...
Im sending this recipe to Rice mela hosted by Sri valli.
Wish me and my co runners Best of luck.
curry leaf
divya kuda


Srivalli said...

Thats looking good divya...good to have you running along...

btw you can send that biryani for rice mela!

pls do remove the word verification...its so difficult to leave comments!

Divya.M said...

thanks srivalli....sure want to participate in ur rice mela.....

DK said...

Hi Divya, glad you could make it to Recipe Marathon. Am sure its going to be fun. Pls lemme know your mail and I will send you the code to be added at the end of the Post with links of all of us. I see you have not linked few, so the code will help. You can see my mail in my profile section.

Priya said...

Wow divya...yenkuda ooda readyaa?? lolz..Nice briyani...looks delicious!!!

kamala said...

Nice to run with me Divya..Briyani looks yumm

Curry Leaf said...

Good to know you are in the RM,All the best and nice start with a festive biryani

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

looks delicious. All the best for the marathon

Divya.M said...

Thanks u friends need ur encouragement and support to develop my cooking skills....

Medhaa said...

nice recipe.

Lovely running the marathon with u. Good Luck

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