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Prawn Biryani

Most biryani are made with meat. This prawn biryani is very delicate and out of the ordinary. The bigger the prawn, the better it is...

Prawn Biryani

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You can use this same method to cook chicken biryani. A good biryani has a slight crust at the bottom of pan. I use a Moroccan Tagine Pan to cook this biryani. You can find biryani masala in Indian Grocery shop. A heat diffuser is a stovetop utensil which ensures that heat is evenly distributed across the bottom of a pan and it can eliminate the common problem of burnt or unevenly cooked food.

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Posted by Cheryl145 • 4y ago • Report
A very different biryani and it is not oily and heavy compared to lamb biryani.
Posted by Huda Abu Hamdia • 4y ago • Report
mmmm.. yummy yummy .. my friend's mom makes this amazingly delicious biryani ..
thanks dear for submitting ..
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