Vegetable Biryani Recipe- Your Food Fantasy

Spiced Vegetable Biryani

“Biryani”, when you hear this magical what comes to your mind? If you visualise fragrant rice smeared in mouth watering spices along with chicken, mutton, egg or veggies, then you are not the only one.

I say “Biryani is a ritual, is a religion, is an emotion”.

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Briyani Lamb - Kacche Gosht ke Biryani Recipe

Mutton Dum Biryani Recipe

Non-vegetarian food in India (or Indian Cuisine) is incomplete with out Biryani. Biryani can be from Awadh, Hyderabad, or Delhi, and based on its location, there would be somewhat variations. I have seen biryani served in normal Indian takeaways or restaurants in UK, and I won’t call it biryani, its just pieces of chicken/ lamb/ prawn tossed in rice and some curry added on top. To explore the true taste, you need to go to the roots and discover real meaning of biryani where rice is cooked in layers of meat, along with spices on a low heat by sealing the lid, that’s what I call “Dum Biryani”.

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Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani Recipe | by Meenu Gupta

Chicken Dum Biryani

Chicken Dum Biryani is cooked with basmati rice and chicken and is named as dum biryani because it is cooked on low heat (dum) to get all flavours oozed out of spices into rice and chicken. Dum Biryanis were originally made in the kitchens of Mughal Emperors, so mainly considered as a part of Andhra region of India (Hyderabadi cuisine) and no wonder that Hyderabadi biryanis are world famous biryanis. I totally relish the taste of a good biryani, and I was introduced and pampered to the taste of authentic biriyani by  two of my very close friends and then I tried out their recipe with fusion of my own learnings. Continue reading for step by step recipe of this chicken dum biryani.

Preparation Time : 30 mins

Cooking Time : 1.5 –  2 hours

Marination Time : overnight

Serving : 12 to 15

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