Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Biryani Masala Powder – How to make Biryani Masala Powder for Biryani’s [chicken, mutton, vegetable], for non-veg gravies

Today, I am going to share a very flavourful and aromatic Biryani Masala Powder. This is a very simple and easy masala powder which involves just three ingredients. Do try out this special Biryani masala powder that is added to make Muslim Biryanis and Gravies.

Here’s how to make Biryani Masala Powder with step by step photos…


Ingredients

Cinammon Sticks/Pattai
50 gms
Cloves/Kitambu
25 gms
Cardamom/Elachi
25 gms
Cooking Time: less than 5 minutes
Author: Priya Anandakumar

Method

Heat a heavy bottomed pan/kadai, add cinnamon sticks, cloves, cardamom/elachi and dry roast well until nice aroma fills the room.


Now switch off the stove and let everything cool down well.

Add everything to a mixer and grind it to fine powder.


The Biryani masala powder is ready; you can use this to make biryani’s like mutton, chicken, prawn or even vegetable biryanis. You can even use this biryani masala powder in Aatu kaal Paaya, mutton gravy, Chicken Gravy etc.


Suggestions:

You can make one big batch of this masala powder and store it in airtight glass containers. It stays fresh for 4-5 months, but by that time masala usually gets over. So you can make a fresh batch again.

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