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|By :Tasnim Rahman|
|Browse Category||Rice & Pastas|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Basmati Rice, Beef, Spices|
|Prep Time||25 minutes|
|Cook Time||30 minutes|
Biryani spice mix
I’m Tasnim, a high school science teacher by day, a mommy, cook and artist by night.
I am someone who is passionate about all things beautiful. I like to capture moments that turn into souvenirs, paint pictures that tell a thousand stories, cook up a meal to share love and write poetry to read into my own heart and soul. And of course, I bake memories!
Definately needs a salt! Very plain taste. Did not added 1/2 water and milk because was a lot of liquid already. Need adgastments!
Great flavor, BUT: add salt along with the other spices, and cut the first cook to 5 minutes – the beef was way overdone. Also, you can add frozen peas or garbanzo beans to pad it out more.
Everyone loved it and the kids even ate rhe leftovers. I took the suggestions above abot salt and reducing thebfurst cook time. Came out perfect. Wish I could get fresh corriander here though.
Thanks Tasnim, dish was perfect and I too didn’t need to add any more water with rice. I’ll check out some of your other recipes.
Flavor was rather plain for an Indian dish. So I agree there needs to be some spice adjustments that include salt.
The process was reasonably simple. I followed them to a tee and it created the dish as expected.
Can I replace the water with chicken stock for added flavour?
Awful! Now, i have never eaten Indian food so maybe it just isnt my taste, that being said. The recipe is horribly written! I still have no idea what you do with the 2 thinly sliced medium onions, nowhere in the directions does it tell you to add them so i added them with the yogurt and tomatoes. I needed 2 cups of water to cover the rice, all i taste is cinnamon. My family hated it we couldnt eat it. The meat did come out very tender so that was nice.