Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style | How to make Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style

By hida himaaz  |  4th Sep 2016  |  
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  • Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style, How to make Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style
Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore styleby hida himaaz
  • Prep Time

    30

    mins
  • Cook Time

    60

    mins
  • Serves

    5

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About Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style Recipe

A special chicken Biriyani recipe to try.

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Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style

Ingredients to make Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style

  • Basmati rice 1 kg, cleaned and soaked for 30 mins
  • Whole Garam Masala spices- Tez patta 2, Lavang 5, Elaichi 5, Shah zeera 1 tsp, cinnamon 2 sticks, Pepper corn 1 tsp
  • chicken 1 kg, cleaned and drained
  • masala to grind: Green chillies 10, Ginger 50 gm, Garlic 50 gm, Onion 1, Coriander leaves 50 gm
  • Dry Masala to grind: Coriander seeds 2 tbsp, Jeera/Cumin seeds 1 tbsp, Saunf/Fennel seeds 1 tbsp, Pepper 1 tsp, Elaichi 3, Lavang 4, cinnamon 1
  • To marinate the chicken: 1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste, Haldi/Turmeric 2 tsp, Curd 2 tbsp
  • tomatoes 5
  • Pudina and coriander leaves 1 bunch each
  • curd 1/4 cup
  • lemon juice 1 tbsp
  • onions 10, sliced
  • cashews, almonds and raisins 1/4 cup, soaked in water
  • saffron and milk 1/2 cup, mixed together
  • Orange colour and Rose water mixed 2 tbsp
  • ghee 1 cup
  • Oil to fry the onion
  • Biriyani masala 1 tbsp

How to make Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style

  1. Take a pan and heat oil/ghee. The fry the onions in this till they turn golden brown in colour.
  2. In a another bowl, add the chicken, ginger-garlic paste, salt, 2 tbsp curd and mix it well. Keep it aside for 30 mins to marinate.
  3. In a heavy bottom vessel, add oil to heat. Then add the whole spices and saute it for a second, now add half of the fried onions, grounded masala and fry it for 3 mins.
  4. Next add the tomatoes and fry it for 5 mins, then add the grounded dry masala powder and saute for a second. Put in the chicken, curd, biriyani masala, salt, lemon juice and mix well. Sprinkle some water and cover the vessel. (Once the chicken is half done turn off the gas stove.)
  5. Take another big utensil with sufficient water. Add in the whole spices and lemon juice with 1 tbsp of ghee. Then add the soaked basmati rice to the boiling water. Let it cook well, once it's half done, turn off the gas and drain the water.
  6. Take the chicken vessel, remove half of the chicken from it. (if there is alot of gravy in the chicken, remove some gravy from it.)
  7. Now spread half of the rice on the chicken. Then spread some chopped coriander and mint leaves. Add some browned onions, dry fruits, some saffron mixture ,rose water mixture. Pour some oil/ ghee on top.
  8. Add remaining half of the chicken on this rice, now once again spread the remaining rice and repeat this procedure. Close the vessel tightly.
  9. Take a spoon and makes some holes in the rice (insert them till below) and pour some ghee on it. Then spread some oil on the rice.
  10. Place this vessel on the gas on a low flame for 30 mins. Note to let it rest for atleast 15 mins before serving it.

My Tip:

Don't mix it all together. At first take a layered portion of rice on a bowl, then take chicken pieces in a plate along with the masala, then add a layer of rice on it. Enjoy it with raita and chicken gravy.

Reviews for Chicken Dum Biryani in Mangalore style (3)

nithesh kumar7 months ago

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Anjali Kumar2 years ago

would love to try!
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saida iqbal2 years ago

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