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|By :Archana Mundhe|
|Browse Category||Rice & Pastas|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Low Carb, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Basmati Rice, Carrot|
|Prep Time||30 minutes|
|Cook Time||20 minutes|
Remember to deglaze the pot after adding the rice and water to remove any browned bits in the pot from sautéing the onions. This will help the Instant Pot come to pressure and also prevent the biryani from burning.
Archana was born and raised in India eating her mom’s scrumptious food. She’s a talented chef and food enthusiast. Her food not only tastes amazing but it’s also a feast for the eyes, cooking with the freshest ingredients and experimenting with delicious recipes. Archana’s flavours and spices are inspired by the wonderful flavours of her mother’s cooking and traditional dishes from all over India.
So good. Kinda like a fried rice. After cooking, I scrambled eggs and mixed them in before serving. Kids really liked it with the added eggs.
not low carb
I don’t believe ghee nor paneer is vegan.
Easy to make !!
Hi, ours is duo model and don’t have manual mode, how to set then?
This recipe is amazing! I cut the recipe in half and followed exactly. IT WAS DELICIOUS!!!
Looks good, but listed as Vegan. It should be Vegetarian … definitely not Vegan if have animal products as ingredients.
And then, you need to read the w-h-o-l-e recipe …. replace coconut oil for the ghee and extra firm tofu for the paneer …
This recipe is not vegan. Ghee is a dairy product.
Quantity of rice is not mentioned..
This is not vegan
Ghee and Paneer are *NOT* VEGAN
My whole family loved the vegan version. You don’t KNOW how rare that is! Excellent and delicious recipe with room to make variations.
I’ve made this multiple times and it turns out great every single time!! 🙂
Best and turns out to be really nice , best part is it doesn’t steal much of your time