Hyderabadi Dumka Chicken Biriyani




Hyderabadi Dumka Chicken Biriyani

Ingredients
Basmati Rice - 2 Cups(Soak in water for ½ hour)
Chicken - 2 Pounds
Red Chilli Powder - 3/4 spoon
Coriander Powder - 1/2 spoon
Cumin Powder - 1/2 spoon
Saunf Powder - 1/2 spoon
Lemon Juice - 1 spoon
Curd - 1 cup
Salt to taste
Turmeric Powder - 1/ 2 spoon
Pepper Corns - 1 spoon
Coriander leaves - 1/2 bunch chopped
Mint - 1 Bunch Chopped
Onion - 1(Biriyani Cut) Deep Fried to brownish color
Saffron color
Biriyani Leaves - 4
Clove(Lavang) - 5 + 5
Black cardamom - 2
Green Cardamom - 2 + 2
Cumin Seeds - 1 spoon
Oil – 4 + 2 spoons

Step 1:
Mixing of Ingredients
Clean, cut and wash chicken. Add 2 green cardamom,2 black cardamom, biriyani leaves,1/2 of the deep fried onion,1/2 of the cut coriander leaves,3/4th of cut mint, pepper corns ,turmeric powder ,salt, curd, lemon juice ,coriander powder, chilli powder ,curd ,saunf powder , clove, 4 spoons of oil, chilli powder and jeera powder .Mix all the above well and let it get marinated for an hour.

Step 2:
Cooking the rice
Pour 4 glasses of water in a vessel. Add 2 green cardamoms, 2 spoons of oil, 2 cloves along with salt and Cumin Seeds. Once the water boils put the basmati rice and let it get cooked 3/4th.Drain the water and just keep the rice aside.

Step 3:
Dumka procedure
In a vessel add the stuff prepared in step 1(mixing of ingredients) and then layer the cooked rice. Sprinkle the remaining onions, mint and coriander leaves on the rice along with some saffron color. Close the contents with a tight lid. Cook in high for 15 minutes followed by medium for 10 minutes and slow for 10 minutes.
You will feel the smell of yummy biriyani when you open. Check whether the chicken has got cooked. If it has not cooked you can cook it in medium for some more time.Serve with raitha or mirch ka salan.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Joseph's Kitchen ,
I am basically from Hyderabad settled at Sultanate of Oman from my childhood.I have heared about my native Hyderabad Briyani but never got an opportunity to taste from my hometown.I was curious to try this receipe and took time off to try this week.WOW Man,it was excellent by the grace Allah and your tips.Thanks for this best ever receipe and let Allah bless you to bring many more such mouth watering receipes.

-Saeed Idris Hassan
Sultanate of Oman

Anonymous said...

Joe Chef,

Asathuringo...Can u put one good Mutton Biriyani for us ?

Vani & Gautham

Anonymous said...

Awesome man..we cooked this over the weekend and it came out very well.Kudhos for ur recipe..

divya said...

sounds good....... iam gonna try this next time

divya said...

mhh....sounds good ,iam gonna try this next time around.