Baby potatoes biryani


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Re: Baby potatoes biryani

Postby kandymiki on Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:32 pm

what a nice Baby potatoes biryani... its look too delicious dude. :yay:

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Re: Baby potatoes biryani

Postby Madhumati on Wed Feb 02, 2011 11:53 am

Radhe Radhe !
Hey, i tried this today n it turned out great ! SOS-ed Ma in RK and gave her the recipe. She said she got gunny bags full of Baby potatoes for Rs 4 a kilo, and that she'll go right out and make it. Gosh ! She seemed so excited. :way:
laali mere laalan ki, jit dekhoon tit laal,
laali dekhan mai gayee, mai bhee ho gayee LAAAAL !!!!!!

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Baby potatoes biryani

Postby Madhumati on Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:12 pm

Radhe Radhe !
This is the season for baby potatoes and what better way to celebrate than to offer your Beloveds spicy potatolings gazing up from amidst hot steaming fried rice ? :drool:

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Ingredients:
1 cup - basmati rice
10-15 - small potato
3/4 cup - tomato juice
1 cup - water
1/4 cup - curd (not sour)
1/2 bunch - coriander leaves
1/4 tsp - garam masala powder
Salt as needed
Oil as needed

To roast and grind:
1 tsp - coriander seeds
3-4 - red chilli
2 tbsp - coconut scrapping
1 small piece - ginger (Do not roast)
3-4 - green chilli


Optional:
Whole garam masala to season

Method

Wash and soak rice for 10 minutes.
Grind the coriander leaves and mix it with curds and keep aside.
Cook rice with tomato juice, salt and 1 cup water. (Season with whole garam masala if desired)
Add a tsp of ghee and cool down the rice to separate the grains.
Cook the small potatoes in a pressure cooker, peel.
Pierce the potatoes carefully with a fork in 2-3 places before frying
Deep fry in really hot oil till golden brown
Heat a kadai with oil.
Add the ground masala and sprinkle some water and fry for 3 minutes till a nice aroma rises.
Then add the fried potatoes and coriander mixed in curd; mix gently.
Add this in a heavy bottomed vessel (cooker), add the cooked rice sprinkle 2 tbsp water, mix well and simmer the stove and cook for 7-10 minutes.
Serve your Deities hot with raitha. :love:
laali mere laalan ki, jit dekhoon tit laal,
laali dekhan mai gayee, mai bhee ho gayee LAAAAL !!!!!!

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