Sep 16, 2013

Manchurian Dum Biriyani

Fusion cooking is my favorite subject.I always wanted to give a twist to traditional recipes. Usually I mix and match two my favorite recipes. I f we like that then we will continue prepair them again and again. There are no rules for my fusion recipes, I just mix and mach and see. In those recipes This one is hit at home Hope you all like this.
                                                            This is my first recipe for this week under Fusion with M MANCHURIAN DUM BIRIYANI...
Rice ---- 1 and half cup
Cardamom  --- 3
Cinnamon  ---- 1/2 inch sticks 2
Cloves  ---- 4
Salt to taste
Ginger garlic paste  ---- 1 tea sp
Onion  --- 1 medium sliced
Green chillies  ---- 3 slit
Oil ---- 1 tab sp
Water  -----  2 and half cups
Mix half cup milk with a big pinch of saffron and set a side
Finely chopped spring onion green part 1/4 cup
1. Wash rice and add 2 and half cups water and set a side.
2. Heat oil in a pan add cardamom, cloves, Cinnamon let them splutter then add onion fry till golden.
3. Add green chillies, ginger garlic paste give a good stir and add rice with water. Cover with a lid and cook till done.
4. Remove from heat and spread in a plate to cool

Cabbage---- 1 cup grated
Carrot ----- 1/4 cup grated

ginger ---- 1 tea sp chopped
Garlic ---- 1 tea sp chopped
Green chili es --- 1 tea sp chopped
Salt to taste
green onion --- 1 tab sp finely chopped
Corn starch ---- 3 tab sp
Oil for deep frying
1. Grate cabbage and squeeze and remove little water and mix all other ingredients and make small balls(don't add any water vegetables leave there juices while mixing that moisture is enough to make balls)
2. Heat oil in a deep frying pan and deep fry this vegetable ball s in hot oil till golden remove from oil and keep a side.
Green onion ---- 1 cup finely chopped
Ginger ---- 1 tea sp finely chopped
Garlic ---- 1 tea sp finely chopped
Green chillies --- 2-3 slit
Tomato sauce --- 1 tab sp
Soy sauce ---- 1tab sp
Chilli sauce --- 1 tab sp
corn starch --- 1 tab sp
MSG ---- 1/4 tea sp (optional)
Oil ---- 1 tea sp
1. Heat oil in a pan add chopped white part of the green onion and fry for a sec. then add chopped ginger and garlic and fry for few min.
2. then add soy sauce, tomato sauce, chilli sauce,green chilies and stir for a sec .
3. Then add salt to taste and vegetable balls mix well and add 1/4 cup water, MSG mix well and cover and remove from the heat.
Set a side
 4.  In a heavy bottom pan spread half of the rice, sprinkle half of the saffron milk.
5. Now spread Manchurian on top of rice, sprinkle 1/4 cup spring onion green part finely chopped.
6. Spread remaining rice on top of Manchurian, sprinkle with remaining milk.
7. Cover with a foil and bake the dish for 20 minutes in a pre heated oven or cook on stove top for 15 minutes in a very low heat ( keep a dosa tawa on stove and place biriyani pan on it and cook on a low heat for 15 to 20 minutes).
Remove from heat let it sit for a while then serve. 
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Priya Suresh said...

Tremendous fusion briyani Padma, omg can imagine how delicious this briyani will be.

Unknown said...

wow that an lovely fusion and delicious looking biryani dear !!

Chef Mireille said...

wow - so innovative

cookingwithsapana said...

Manchurian and biryani together ..gosh you are killing me !
Wonderful preparation dear !

Padmajha said...

That is truly a fusion recipe Padma and sounds flavorful.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Awesome and delicious looking dum biriyani. Wonderfully prepared.

Gayathri Kumar said...

This is totally innovative and looks so inviting Padma..

Srivalli said...

Very interesting twist Padma, should surely try this..

vaishali sabnani said...

That is very innovative the fusion of both these dishes..too good.

Suma Gandlur said...

Interesting fusion dish.

preeti garg said...

Wow lovely idea with Manchurian and dum biryani, two different recipe in one platter.

Unknown said...

what a beautiful idea with Manchurian!! so perfect!!


Rajani S said...

I am yet to get over your carrot halwa - ravioli fusion, now you have so many more innovative dishes here :)

Pavani said...

OMG, that is one tempting and delicious looking manchurian fried rice. Bookmarked!!

Archana said...

Padma what a gem this is. Bookmarked.