Saturday, September 12, 2009

VEGETABLE BIRYANI |NO ONION |NO GARLIC

Here comes my recipe , vegetable biryani. Everyone has a own style of making Biryani.
I made this biryani when my uncle’s family visited here . Since my mami and periamma(mom’s sister) didn’t like garlic i tried this without adding garlic. And you know the outcome was too good and now a days i am doing this biryani without adding garlic.
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Preparation Time: 10 mins | Cooking Time: 20 Minutes | Serves 2-3
INGREDIENTS:
TO GRIND :
GINGER 1 INCH
GREEN CHILLI 2 NO
MINT LEAVES FEW
FENNEL SEEDS 1/2 TSP
CLOVE 2
CARDAMOM 1
TOMATO(optional) 1 SMALL SIZE
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VEGETABLES U NEED

CARROT 1 NO
BEANS 100 GMS
GREEN PEAS(FROZEN) 1 FISTFUL
CAULIFLOWER 5-6 FLORETS
CAPSICUM 1/2 NO
AND FINALLY BASMATI RICE 1 CUP.

METHOD:
Wash and soak the basmati rice in 1and  1/2 cups of water for 20 mins.
Grind the ingredients in the table no.1 into a fine paste. Cut the onions(optional) and capsicum into long thin slices.
In a kadai , put 2 tsp of oil and saute the capsicum till it emits a nice aroma and keep it separately  Then add the cauliflower florets and saute by adding little salt till it cooks and gives a golden brown color  This will take 7-10 mins. Keep this also separately.
Then again put a tsp of oil and add the thinly sliced onions to it and saute till golden brown . Now add the masala paste. Fry till the raw smell gets rid off.
Cut all the veggies, except peas ,into cubes and add it to the paste.
Let it gets nicely coated with the veggies.
Now add the rice keeping the water aside. Fry for 2 more mins. Then transfer everything to a rice cooker or a pressure cooker and add the water.
Add salt and a tsp of oil.
If using pressure cooker cook till 1 whistles and simmer it for 10 minutes . Finally add the capsicum and cauliflower.

Serve hot with onion raitha or any other raita of ur choice.
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29 comments:

  1. Looks delicious jeyashri....and congraz on ur awards

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  2. Thank u so much sushma for visiting my blog

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  3. Sounds very nice,different from the way i make,will try next time :)
    Lovely clicks Jeyashri :)

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  4. Jayashri....u should name this as Jain Biryani.....due to non usage of Garlic....thanks for sharing this....I am planning to call one of my Jain friend for dinner...will try ur version..

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  5. thank u so much purva. surely u will like this.

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  6. Hi jeyshree,
    sorry for my late comments..i stopped by 2 days before but some how missed it...anyway ...ur biryani luks so yum...thanks for sharing:)

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  7. Your presentation of dishes is awesome Jeyamma. I don't like garlic either so this biryani will be perfect for me. Will try soon. Btw, congrats on your awards.

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  8. Biryani looks so tempting. Will try your version next time.

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  9. Congrats on ur awardS.ur biriyani looks so yum... will try soon.GOOD LUCK

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  10. Thank u meena. Try it sure u will like this.
    Jyothi thanks for visiting my blog.
    Rinku thanks for visiting and keep visiting.

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  11. Wow....awesome presentation...adding fennel seeds might have made it aromatic....

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  12. Forgot to mention congrats on the awards...

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  13. WOw, such a nice biriyani...its been ages I made any veg-biriyani. I like the display bowl too!:)

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  14. thank u so much lubna and malar for visiting my page.

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  15. First time here....Biryani looks perfect..you have wonderful blog here...

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  16. Yum.....looks fab...Pls collect your award from my blog

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  17. Looks ummmmmmm and inviting...

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  18. Jeyashri, welcome to the blog world. i know i'm late in welcoming you :) Great to see your blog and you have a great collection of yummy recipes already :)

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  19. welcome A2Z to my blog and thanks for visiting me.
    Priti thanks a lot for the award and will collect it soon.
    vidhya thank u so much.

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  20. Sounds interesting, my prep is entirely different from this..Have to give a try..Looks yummy...

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  21. Hi yummy recipe...Btw u have mentioned to add onions..can I skip?

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    1. Hi suhasini,
      You can skip onions, i have edited in the post too

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  22. Thank you for ur immediate response.Made this today but I used capsicum in the place of onions (instead of garnishing at last).Pls give ur mail id.Will send u the pic

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    1. Thanks a lot suhasini. My mail id is jeyashrisuresh@gmail.com. You can see my id on the top right hand side corner of the side bar too

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  23. Hi
    Yummy and very tempting..

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  24. I read your rice biryani without onion & garlic recepi .... But you have used onions?

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  25. your recipes seem great

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  26. Looks very tempting,I do this this way(without adding garlic)

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