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Mild Spiced Biryani

An Indian Biryani, mildly spiced and not containing any meat as i use it as a side to korma marinated lamb skewers and a garlic butter steamed potato, (glad steam bag, 2 lge potatoes or 4 baby potatoes with a tablespoon of low fat spread or butter and a tablespoon of parsley, cook for 5 mins in microwave)

Mild Spiced Biryani

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Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 5y ago • Report
this seems yummy .. will note it down to try ..
thanks dear
Posted by COOKING_MAMA™ • 5y ago • Report
im sure with your spice knowledge you could make a WAYYYY better one huda, this is very mild
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
jhaaaaaat achi hai yeh!
Posted by Dutch ellen • 3y ago • Report
This is a oven recipe and no microwave recipe.
Posted by COOKING_MAMA™ • 5y ago • Report
cool, sometimes i add cooked potato, extra yoghurt, dried plums, sultanas, fried onions, almonds, walnuts, cashews and more, if im cooking for jusy my husband and myself i add extra of all the spices.
sometimes i do a lamb yoghurt curry, traditionally layer the biryani and serve with a cuchumba and a mint sauce
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