Mutton Biryani recipe is prepared by lining boiled basmati rice with a rich, creamy and spicy mutton curry and keeping it on a very low flame for few minutes (called dum or steaming). It is available in restaurants and roadside food stalls in a number of variations as an exceptionally popular, tempting, delicious and favourite food item of the people throughout the country. Mutton biryani recipe can be garnished with crispy golden fried onions, crushed coriander, saffron and tomato slices and served with salad and raita as a main course dish on your dining table. The aroma of the traditional spices, kewra water, saffron, meat broth, oil, green chillies and basmati rice indulge in each other to bring out an amazingly mind-blowing recipe. Mutton biryani recipe is a special traditional indigenous food recipe originated from Persia and introduced by the Mughals which eventually became the most popular dish of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Mutton Biryani Video Recipe