Thursday, March 26, 2009

Another spicy treat from Ushas space,..;-)


When i prepared Hyerabadi Mutton Biryani from Ushas space i knew that i would be trying recipe of Hyderabadi chicken biryani from her blog soon and thats what i did today for dinner,...together with chicken shorva,fresh pomegranate in curd,..combo was yum,..thanks again Usha for sharing such yummy recipes in your space,
..i followed her recipe from scratch except for the last part ,i followed the procedures mentioned in my mutton biryani post ie the layering technique .

Usha has shared recipe for chicken shorva too,this is how i prepared

ingredient

two to three pieces of chicken

onion one chopped lengthwise

cumin seed half tsp

salt as per taste

red chilli powder half tsp

turmeric powder a pich

freshly grounded black pepper a pinch

corinader powder half tsp

half tsp oil to cook

procedure

heat oil in non stick wok

add cumin seeds oce they start spluttering

add chopped onions and keep frying till onions start changing their colour

now add salt,turmeric powder,black pepper powder,red chilli powder and coriander powder

keep stirring till oil is seen along the sides now add chicken pieces and fry further for few minutes

add half cup of water and cover and cook

once done remove from flame and serve hot with roti or biryani.

for fresh pomegranate in curd-beat curd and add fresh pomegranate seeds,i didnt add any seasoning to the mix and ya believe me it was perfect.

Pomegranate in curd is my another entry for FIC pink hosted by Priya and started by Sunshinemom of Tongueticklers.
Thats all frens tk cr,..cee u all soon,.:-)



19 comments:

Asha said...

Biryani and Shorva, yummy dishes to try. Looks great! :)

Madhumathi said...

This is a feast!! I must try this pomegranate raitha..Its in my mind for a long time..
Briyani looks mouthwatering :)

Superchef said...

if only i make this for my husband he will be the happiest man for that day! :D:D

srikars kitchen said...

Sounds delicious.. nice clicks...

Cham said...

Hmm,biryani looks so delicous the Hydr style is always a winner! Great pom entry for pink event too!

A_and_N said...

Biryani brings back such memories for me!

Sanghi said...

Mmm Spicy rice..! That's a lovely click too..! Do send some tomatish delights to my FIL-Tomato event by 31st dear :)

Sharmila said...

Priyanka ... your full plates are always a delight to watch .. and always makes me hungry for those full meals.:-)
I really wish I lived near you. :-)

Maya said...

Yummy, love the hyderabadi biryanis and yours looks delicious.

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy recipes dear

LG said...

I have bookmarked few veg biriyani recipes to try them out. Good One Pri :)

Priti said...

Wonderful combo dear...yummy feast...

Priya said...

Biryani looks marvellous, pome raitha looks delicious, totally the plate is inviting..

Sujatha said...

Briyani looks awesome, and wonderful combo too!

Gayathri said...

oh ya heard of hyderbad briyani, looks yummy

Indrani said...

The plate looks so yummy...have something for u in my blog, go check here
http://indranid.blogspot.com/2009/03/coconut-laddoo-and-shower-of-awards.html

rekhas kitchen said...

every thing looks so tempting

myspicykitchen said...

your biryani came out very well... and side dishes look yummy as well...

Divya Vikram said...

Love your plates and dishes. Biryani looks yummy!