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vegetarian recipes

VEGETABLE BIRIYANI (serving amount for 2 to 3)

basmathi rice:2cup
onion:1 medium size
tomato:1 medium size
turmeric powder:1/2tsp
coriander powder:1tsp
garam masala:1tsp
green chili:2
bay leaf:1

cinnamom stick:1 inch
ginger garlic paste:1tsp


#Wash the rice and keep it aside
#Heat ghee in Vessel.add the onions that are cut lenghtwise along with it add the ground paste and saute it well.
#add tomato(lenghtwise cut) add turmeric powder, and the rest of the vegetables(cut lenghtwise)saute it for 2 to 3 mins
#add coriander powder,garam masala powder, chilies
#add the washed rice and saute for a min so that the masalas coat the rice well
finally add salt
#for 2 cups of rice add 3 1/2cup of water and add the rice mixture to the water
#place it in the rice cooker and allow it to cook , see to it that rice doesnt catch the bottom of the cooking vessel
#add salt if needed
#enjoy the biriyani with raitha (onion chopped,green chillies chopped, cucumber chopped, curd and salt to taste)
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At 2:06 PM, Blogger Foodie's Hope said...

I love your recipes, chutney looks so good and Biryani is out of this world.It;s hard to catch up with you miss Jaya!:)) Thanks girl!    

At 6:09 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

thanks for ur comment asha, but i m sure u r much expert in cooking
thanks to u too asha
ohh BTW i m Mrs ;)    

At 4:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


i am new to ur blog and am interested in some of the recipes esp the vegetable biryani. i have a doubt regarding this recipe.

u have told to grind dry garam masala (cardomom, cinnamon etc) but again in the ingredient section, u have mentioned garam masala. so, should i be using store bought garam masala for this or should i prepare it myself. if so, can u please post the way it should be prepared? thank u...:)

ur blog dishes look so nice and i'm planning to prepare them one by one.thanks a lot for the effort.


At 8:38 AM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

thanks priti.
yes u need to buy garam masala.
i m not blogging anymore priti, anyway thanks for ur comment.    

At 11:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I tried ur vegetable biryani twice. It Came out really good. And easy to make and taste is also good. Thanks once again.    

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