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Recipe To Kacchi Biryani

Kacchi Biryani is a traditional and popular dish of biryani originating from the Asian subcontinent such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and India where sometimes Malaysia, Indonesia and Sri Lanka are also included in the list of this dish lovers.

Kacchi Biryani Recipe:

The term "kacchi" refers to raw, indicating that the meat used in this biryani is marinated and cooked along with the rice without any pre-cooking the meat.

Here's the basic idea for you on how Kacchi Biryani is typically prepared:

Kacchi Biryani Ingredients:

Mutton: 2 kg.

Basmati rice or Kalijira rice: 2 kg.

Onion roast: 3 tsp.

Pepper: 7pcs.

Cardamom: 8pcs.

Nutmeg: 1pc.

Jayatri: 1pc.

Oil or Ghee: 2 cups.

Sour yogurt: 1 cup.

Milk Thickener: 2 cups.

Poppy seed batter: 1 tsp.

Cut almond batter: 1 tsp.

Raisin: 2 tsp.

Cashew: 2 tsp.

Salt: 4 tsp.

Sugar: 2 tsp.

Sauce: 1 tsp.

Saffron: Half a teaspoon.

Kachchi Biryani Masala: 4 tsp - (A kind of special spice).

Prepared Method:


Cut all meats into the small pieces so that they get an unique shape and clean them as well then wash all mutton pieces properly with pure water so that the bad smell of mutton will no more exist, then mix all the spices in a clean bowl and mix it well into the mutton pieces and leave it to rest for about 1/3 hours.


Now soak the saffron with hot milk and wash the rice then let the water drain, after that mix cooking oil or ghee in a heavy-bottomed pot with 2 liters of clean water and heat the water pot on the stove, when the rice is about 70-80% cooked lift it smoothly and pour over the marinated meat layer by layer.


It’s the suitable moment to cover the pot with a gentle lid and seal all the small holes around it with leavened dough or a smooth cloth so that steam can’t escape, then cook on medium flame for about 40 to 50 minutes, eventually take down your biryani pot from stove after cooking for 40-50 minutes and serve hotly.

Mutton Kacchi Biryani:

Kacchi Biryani is particularly known for its own aromatic and flavorful profile where the meat and rice are being perfectly cooked together to be resulted as a delicious one-pot meal that is often served with raita (yogurt with spices) or a side salad.

The quantities of above mentioned ingredients should be totally based on the exact quantity of mutton.

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