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program of Chicken Biryani from Manisha's Kitchen
- also 1 kg of chicken.
- You need 1 kg of Basmathi rice.
- This of Ghee.
- then of Onions.
- Prepare leaves of Coriander.
- also leaves of Mint.
- also of Green chilles.
- This of Lemon juice.
- add of Curd.
- a little of Ginger garlic paste.
- Prepare of Red chilley powder.
- You need of Garam masala powder.
- You need of Turmeric powder.
- also of Dadiya powder.
- You need to taste of Salt.
- give of Shahi jeera.
- add of Oil.
- give of Saffron for colour.
- Prepare of Milk.
Chicken Biryani from Manisha's Kitchen modus operandi
- Take a bowl add chicken, add ginger garlic paste, green chilli paste, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, daniya powder, cup of curd, squeezed lemon, garam masala powder, fried onions, kasturi methi, chopped coriander leaves, chopped mint leaves and salt to taste. Mix it well and marinate it for an hour..
- After an hour take a pan heat oil and cook the marinated chicken for 70%..
- Now take another bowl heat water, once the water is heated add shahi jeera, bay leaves, garam masala, oil and salt to it. Now add basmathi rice and cook for 70%..
- Once the chicken and rice is cooked, start layering. Take a small bowl add saffron string and milk. Also fry onions in ghee, chopped coriander & mint leaves and keep aside. For layering take a hundi add 2 to 3 spoons of ghee to it, now add one layer of chicken, one layer of rice, now add little saffron milk and chopped mint & coriander leaves..
- Now again add a layer of chicken and rice following the same procedure. Make sure the top most layer shld be the rice layer. Now add the remaining saffron milk for colour, chopped coriander and mint leaves and then fried onions. Now cover the vessel with lid and put wet atta all over the dish and let it cook for 10 to 15 mins..
- Turn off the stove and serve it hot with raitha....