After losing 80 lbs by following a restricted calorie, low carb, keto diet, I use this blog to share easy and delicious recipes from around the world with foodies who enjoy good food, but don’t always have the time to cook elaborate meals. I’ve chosen to keep it largely ad-free, except for a few helpful affiliate links.
I am not a professional blogger. In fact, what I really do for a living is to run Tasseologic (www.tasseologic.com) which is a data-driven CRM agency. I have a doctorate in Experimental Psychology, and I use what I learned as a scientist to help drive incremental ROI via marketing.
I use my Instant Pot a lot, and I enjoy a variety of cuisines, so you’ll see lots of recipes from India, Mexico, Thailand, Korea, etc. in the blog. I hope you enjoy the recipes, and I’d love to hear from you as you try one.
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Love the flavor combo
This recipe is easy, aromatic and delicious.
I make this keto friendly with cauliflower rice and it turned out great. Use high quality garam masala and this dish is fantastic.
So aromatic and wonderfully delicious. This is one of our favorite IP recipes. Company will love this as well.
Delicious and impressed even my Indian hubby!
How much of the ready made garam masala should you put instead?
This was a very tasty dish. Added about 1 1/2 tablespoons of garam masala which seemed to work. Left it to release pressure naturally however felt we could have released it a bit earlier say about after 20 mins. All in all a great new recipe for us to repeat.
Love this dish! I could eat the entire pot myself! If I doubled the recipe, how do I adjust the time?
Fantastic! The whole family loved it and came back for seconds. I’m glad I doubled the recipe!
Absolutely perfect. Will make this again and again. I used 6 chillies as they were large.
Delicious and easy!!!
I doubled up on thid delicious recipe and it came out awesome. It was deliciousness.
Loved thid recipe. Will make ammy more times! Used chicken broth insread of water.
Next time I will make this with chicjen broth. Was a tad dry.
Made this and it was a huge hit. Can’t wait to make it again.
Delicious! Double delicious! Can’t wait to make it again! I used more chicken than called for as that’s what I had in and it was super-tasty. Went down a storm!
Amazing meal! The flavors and smells create an ambiance of comfort. Doubled the recipe, so I could have leftovers.
Best Biryani i have ever had!!!
Can someone confirm if 5mins to cook rice is sufficient. My rice was half cooked so added another 5mins.
In the instructions it says that you can use garma sala. There is nothing listed in the ingredients telling you how much to use. I took the advice of someone else that left a note and used one and a half tablespoons and that was way too much. Second the ingredients say one cup of water I used one and a half cups and it still burnt on me so I think the measurements are inaccurate for using it as a pressure cooker and need to be fixed so I give this a one-star
Despite getting my first burn message, forgetting to put on vent, not having all ingredients, it still came out great ! Really boosted my confidence, used parsley not coriander, 1 1/2 tblsp garam masala instead of tempering herbs, had no ginger, and used chicken fat not butter or ghee, fantastic !
I could swear this recipe has changed since I used it in January. It used to have cashews as an ingredient, and it was just overall different. Did anybody find this to be true? I’d sure be interested to know. Definitely add more liquid, and put in more rice to accommodate for the extra liquid. Otherwise it’s a lot of work for not very much food.
We have many Biryani recipes, you could be referring to another contributor’s recipe. To increase the amount of food, our app allows you to increase serving size and it will automatically adjust the number of ingredients needed.
Went like porridge. Nit a nice texture at all
Made this recipe twice and both times it has come out delicious
This was good! I used the meat from a precooked rotisserie chicken. Added it in after the spices just as the recipe states. I also used jasmine rice because that is what i had on hand and 2 cups of chicken broth instead of the one cup of water. Yummy!