Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Mince Rice (Qeema Biryani)



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Rice is one of the mostly admired foods consumed by the majority of cuisines. It is also a popular main dish that is most widely consumed in South Asia. It is very healthy and nourishing food. It contains so many vitamins & minerals. It has been likely that world's half population lives mostly on rice, where as 90% of the world's outcome is developed & used in Asia. It can be used to cook both sweets or savory.


Mince Biryani is a rich, aromatic & scrumptious dish with spicy beef mice. Although u can use chicken mince. It is my all time favorite. It is one of the seldom cooked savory dishes in my kitchen, cox I am so lazy loll.. still it was most loved by my family. It's a complete balanced dish that can be eaten alone or accompanied with raita. Spices can be adjusted acc to your taste.It has natural realistic flavor of mince that makes the dish superbly delicious. Here goes its step by step recipe:



Serves:  2-3

Ingredients:

Rice                                                    1 glass (soaked in water for 20-30 min)
Mince (Beef)                                       1/4 kg
Onions                                                 1 (sliced)
Oil                                                       1 wooden spoon (doi)
Tomato                                                2
Green Chilli                                          2 (chopped)
Ginger Garlic Paste                              1 tsp.
Red Chili Powder                                 1/2 tsp
Turmeric Powder                                 1/4 tsp.
Salt                                                     1 tsp. or acc to taste
Cumin Seeds (Zeera)                            1 tbsp.
Coriander seeds                                    1 tsp
Yogurt                                                  1/4 cup
Black Pepper whole                              2-4
Cinnamon sticks (daar cheeni)               2
Clove (Long)                                        4
Cardamom pods                                    1
Coriander & Mint leaves                       Few
Orange color                                        Optional


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Procedure:

First of all take a pan, heat oil, and add the whole spices, let them splutter. Next add the chopped onions. Fry until onions are golden brown. 

Then add garlic ginger paste, followed by tomatoes and all other spices. Fry for few minutes. Next add mince. (I used beef, but u can use chicken)Stir & fry the mince for few minutes. Add green chilies, yogurt and keep stirring until the mince is properly cooked and oil separates. 
Add coriander & mint leaves. Set aside.


On the other hand boil 10-12 glasses of water, add some oil (it helps rice not to stick together) and salt (acc to taste) and then add soaked rice. Wait until rice are about to boil (and not fully boiled). Drain.


In a greased pan, spread rice and cooked mince layer by layer and add the orange color on top(optional) and keep it on dum with the lid covered for 10-15 minutes. And mince 
biryani is readyyyyy!! yummyyy! Gently mix the rice and serve hot :)



Serve with shami kebabraita & salad! Enjoyyyy.... :P 

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A small reminder of the dishes that are made of rice, and I have discussed are:



Thanku for stopping by! Hope u enjoy this recipe :)





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13 comments:

  1. wow.. this looks really delicious... I have some kheema sitting in the fridge, tempted to try this...

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    1. Thanx Dear Rafeeda! Do try n share :)

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  2. 10 glasses of water for one cup of rice?

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    1. U have to boil rice only and drain the water. It doesnt matter how much water u use.. more or les :)

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  3. got some left over keema in the freezer can give this a try .

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  4. I love love rice but sorry can't comment about beef; its a taboo for us. Yet I'm sure others will drool drool over it.

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    1. Aw Nav.. u can use chicken mince instead of beef wd exactly the same recipe

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  5. looks sooo tempting n delicious..

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  6. yummmmmmm palao dear :) loving the recipe it looks scrumptious :)

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