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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Easy Paneer Biriyani (Pressure Cooker) - Paneer Biriyani

Paneer Biriyani is a Delicious Rice Recipe,made with Cubed Paneer & Spices. if you run out of Veggies,you can try this Recipe. Spiced Rice with Paneer tastes awesome. My Husband is a Big Fan of this Biriyani. if you are Vegetarians,want to try different type of Biriyani, can try this yummy Recipe.





Easy Paneer Biriyani

 Prep Time :  15  min. 
Cook Time : 25 Minutes .
Recipe Category:One Pot Meal
Recipe Cusine  Indian
Serves: 2

Ingredients

Paneer - 150 gms.
Basmathi Rice /Jeeraga Samba Rice - 1 Cup.
Water - 2 Cup.
Onion - 2.
Tomato - 2.
Puthina/Mint  - 20.
Coriander leaves - 2 tbsp.
salt - as needed
oil - to fry
chilli Powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder - 1/8 tsp.

To Grind

Garlic - 6.
Ginger - 1 inch.
Coriander leaves - 1/2 Cup.
Mint leaves - 15
Fennel seeds - 1/2 tsp.
Pearl Onion - 6.

To Temper

Cinnamon - 1 piece
Cloves - 4.
Cardomomom - 2.


Preparation

Soak the Rice for 1/2 an hour.



Method
  • Grind the Ingredients Mentioned in 'To Grind' Column.
  • Heat the oil, add Cinnamon, Cloves, Cardomom. Saute for few Minutes till you get Nice Aroma.
  • Add Chopped Onions, Saute till it turns Pink.Add  chopped Tomatoes, Coriander leaves & Mint leaves.



  • Saute till tomatoes turns Mushy. Then add Ground Paste, Saute for 2 Minutes. 

  • Drain the Rice  (Reserve Water) Completely & add to the Cooker, Saute for 2 - 3 minutes. Then add Reserved water,Chilli Powder, Salt.Mix Well.




  • When Water Starts Boiling add Paneer Cubes,close the lid. When Steam Comes from the Cooker , Put the Weight & keep in Sim Mode for 5 Minutes. Then Switch off the Flame.




    • Give the Standing time of 15 minutes. Rice Gets Cooked well, with that Cooker Heat itselft. Then Open the lid & Serve hot. Goes well with Onion Raita.

    Notes

    • Always Use Fresh Paneer for Good taste.
    • you Can Replace Basmathi Rice with Jeeraga Samba Rice also.
    • Mix Paneer Gently, there is a chance of Breaking Paneer. 


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