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Simple biryani recipe for vegetarians. Sweet corn cooked with blended herbs and spices with basmati rice makes a delicious biryani. Tomato puree and lemon juice give an added flavor to this biryani. Best eaten at lunch or dinner.
Sweet Corn and Potato Biryani is an excellent rice preparation, basmati rice, corn, vegetables cooked with various aromatic spices, flavored with ginger, garlic, fresh herbs and drizzle of lemon juice giving a fantastic zest to the rice. Sweet corn and potato ... Read More..
Alu gaddalu annam, Urlai kizhangu sooru, Golalu chal
Sweet Corn and Potato Biryani is an excellent rice preparation, basmati rice, corn, vegetables cooked with various aromatic spices, flavored with ginger, garlic, fresh herbs and drizzle of lemon juice giving a fantastic zest to the rice. Sweet corn and potato complement well together making this dish wholesome, rich, satisfying and nutritious.
Biryani is known as “Food Fit for Kings”. Biryani, name derived from the word Biryan which means fired or seasoned rice with spices. Biryani is one of the enticing authentic dishes from the Hyderabadi cuisine which has actually come from the kitchen of the Nawabs and Nizams that truly showcases its richness in food and flavors to make it an expensive delicacy that is served normally during festive occasions or important events. There are two methods of cooking biryani kacchi (marinated meat is layered with raw or half-cooked rice) and pukki (the meat and the rice are cooked individually and then combined in layers). There are numerous versions of biryani such as, Hyderabadi chicken biryani, Vegetable biryani, Hyderabadi mutton biryani, Egg biryani, Khan biryani, Chicken pukhi biryani, Dum biryani, Fish biryani and many more..
Rice, edible starchy grain. Half of the world’s population subsists wholly or partially on rice. White rice and Brown rice are world’s wide production. Brown rice has great food value compared to white. Rice is used in many dishes like Tomato rice, Achari chana pulao, Rice cracker, Chicken fried rice, Coconut rice, biryani, fired rice, curd rice, sweets like Payasam, egg rice, tamarind rice and many more.
Potatoes have become an integral part in most of the world’s cuisine. The potato belongs to the Solanaceae or nightshade family whose other members include tomatoes and aubergines. Potato is one vegetable that is really adored by all kids and youngsters too. Kids love to eat them in any form be it potato fry, potato curry, aloo paratha or any other dish. In India, there are a variety of dishes made of potato like the aloo ki sabzi, batata vada and samosa, dum aloo , fried potato curry, potato balls, crispy potato pancakes and many more..
Sweet corn also called sugar corn and pole corn is a variety of maize with a high sugar content. It is a special variety of maize which has a sweet taste on eating, is tender and contributes in enhancing the taste of the dish. The sweet corns are tender, soft, and have a milky sweet flavor on bite. It can be eaten in various forms, such as Sweet corn soup, Sweet corn fritter, Sweet corn chaat, Mexican sweet corn, Sweet corn cheese balls, Corn tomato cheese sandwich, etc.
It’s an irresistible awesome and a perfect recipe for the Biryani lovers!
jkesar13 Posted on Fri Oct 03 2014
I'm a big fan of corn so wud love to try this... Looks yum too?Reply 0 - Replies
Ranjani Ramanujam Posted on Thu Oct 09 2014
Great...think baby corn will be easier to cook..?Reply 0 - Replies
Lavanya Gunasekar Posted on Thu Jan 08 2015
hello chef am ur great fan...i have a doubt regarding this recepie. how much time it wil take for the corn to cook n how much water i have to add?? i will be happy and pleased if u reply to this.thanks chef?Reply 0 - Replies
Satish M C Posted on Sun Jul 26 2015
Thanks Chef, it turned out fantastic. A slow cooking towards the end makes it more aromatic and tastier?Reply 0 - Replies
preethi Prasad Posted on Fri Oct 03 2014
Vah chef....vah re vah...my fav chef u r..happy dusserah?Reply 0 - Replies