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Chicken Dum Biryani Recipe | How to make Hyderabadi Dum Biryani

Chicken Dum Biryani There have been some really great biryani recipes on sooperchef.pk like the delectable kabab biryani, the traditionally aromatic Bombay biryani recipe, the new and innovative chicken bbq biryani recipe and the mouthwatering beef masala biryani recipe. But apparently there is another biryani in town and it is taking over kitchens and smartphones (no pun intended) all over Pakistan. It is sooperchef’s latest recipe known as the chicken dum biryani and it is the tastiest addition to the list of delectable biryani recipes that have been prepared for our beloved audience by the team of our competent culinary experts, so you can have the healthiest and the tastiest recipes in the easiest way possible. Chicken dum biryani is prepared in the same way as any other type of biryani except for the fact that it is simmered with a burning coal which provides a whole new flavor and taste to the already delectable biryani recipe that our taste buds are already familiar to. This dum biryani recipe can be prepared with chicken chunks, mutton meat, lamb meat, beef cuts and even seafood like fish, prawns, and shrimp. However, the seafood versions of biryani are most prevalent in the Sindh region of the country. You can find the complete chicken dum biryani recipe by logging on to sooperchef.pk and download it for free in Urdu and English language. Aspiring chefs can also receive step by step assistance by our two-minute instant recipe videos which display step by step process of the whole recipe in both languages.

Chicken Mandi

Chicken Mandi recipe in Urdu & English SooperChef is braining the tasty and aromatic chicken Mandi recipe to you so you can enjoy the great taste and aroma of this delicacy from the comfort of your home. This tasty rice-based recipe is one of the many flavorful recipes from the menu of sooperchef.pk which can be accessed for free. Other rice based recipes include the tasty vegetable biryani recipe, the delectable mutton Mandi recipe, the tasty mutton moti pulao recipe and the scrumptious kabab biryani recipe. Mandi is an ancient, traditional recipe which has originates from Yemen but is popular in many Gulf countries, Turkey, Levant, Egypt and many parts of the Arabian Peninsula. It is also popular in Muslim dominated areas in Asian countries like India and Pakistan. The word Mandi originates from the Arabic language and is said to be derived from the word “nada” which translates to “dew” and reflects the soft, dewy and juicy texture of the meat used for preparation. The main ingredients used in the preparation are rice, meat and a mixture of spices that give the recipe its desired flavor. The meat used for the purpose can be lamb, mutton, or chicken. But the best tasting Mandi is said to be made with the meat of a young, small sized lamb which adds extra tenderness and flavor to the recipe. The main thing that differentiates Mandi from other Arabian dishes is that Mandi is traditionally prepared in an earthen clay oven, known as the “taboon”. You can find the complete preparation method of the chicken Mandi recipe on sooperchef.pk.

Zarda

Zarda Recipe in Urdu & English Foodies with a sweet-tooth for traditional Pakistani desserts are in luck as SooperChef presents its delightful Zarda recipe. This colorful, sweet and tasty rice based recipe is the ultimate food for happiness as it is prepared on many auspicious occasions like Eid, weddings and other social gatherings. There are many other delectable dessert recipes on the sooperchef.pk menu like sheer khurma, lab-e-Shireen, Shahi Kheer and Shahi tukra. Zarda has long been a traditional dessert in the Indian subcontinent and is made with boiled rice, milk which is sweetened with sugar or in some cases jaggery, and flavored with cardamoms, cinnamons, raisins, saffron, almonds, cashews, pistachios, and walnuts. The unique and peculiar trait of Zarda is that it is added with a bright yellow or orange food color. This is the reason behind the name of the recipe “Zarda” which is a derivation from the Urdu and Persian word “zard” which means yellow. Zarda is treated and served as a dessert after the main course meal and is prevalent in many rural parts of Pakistan and is served steaming hot in weddings and other happy occasions. Sometimes, the Zarda is confused with Mutanjan which is also a rice recipe with boiled rice and milk, but the only difference between the two is that Mutanjan is prepared with different colored rice while Zarda rice is only orange or yellow in color. Sometimes the Zarda recipe is garnished with candied fruits which are known as murabba. You can find the complete Zarda recipe on sooperchef.pk.

Mutton Moti Pulao

Learn to cook Mutton Moti Pulao Recipe with SooperchefMutton moti pulao recipe is another great addition to the long list of delectable rice recipes on the menu of sooperchef.pk. This aromatic and delightful plateful of tasty rice is one of the most eaten recipes in all of Pakistan. There are many other recipes on sooperhcef menu that you need to check out, some of the top recipes on the menu right now are mutton stew, Mutton Nihari, mutton champ roast and the tasty smoked kaleji recipe. Mutton pulao is one of the most eaten rice recipes in Pakistan and its preparation processes vary from place to place like in some cases as in the Kabuli pulao, it is garnished and dressed with dry fruits and nuts like cashews, almonds, and walnuts. No matter what the cooking process is, pulao is always seasoned with broth or stock. This is one of the main ingredients which separate it from the biryani recipe as biryani is seasoned with spices. Biryani is said to be the progeny of the original pulao recipe as it was prepared in the Indian subcontinent almost four thousand years ago. The first meat and rice combination that was named as the pulao was made out of buffalo meat, but the contemporary versions of the pulao can be prepared with chicken, veal, mutton, beef, and lamb. You can learn the art of preparing the aromatic and delicious mutton moti pulao recipe by logging on to sooperchef and downloading the complete recipe and preparation method in Urdu and English language.

Singaporean Rice

Singaporean Rice Recipe in Urdu & English If you are a rice lover and you are looking for something new and exotic rice recipes then the Singaporean rice recipe is the ultimate delicacy for you. There are many other Pakistani recipes as well as continental recipes on the sooperchef menu like the chicken masala rice, Sindhi Biryani, Bombay biryani, sweet and sour chicken with butter garlic rice and the delectable chicken qeema pulao. Singaporean cuisine is famous all over the world because of its exquisite taste and appetizing aroma. This cuisine is influenced by a lot of cooking styles and seems like an amalgamation of different cuisines like Chinese, Indonesian as well as Indian, and western styles of cooking. This is because Singapore is one of the largest immigrant population holding seaports of the world. The Singaporean rice is a rice-based dish that has made its way into the hearts and kitchens of Pakistani foodies and cooks as well as aspiring chefs and gluttons. This recipe has its uniqueness in its own way as it is a mix of rice, noodles and tangy and spicy chicken. For garnishing and serving, the rice is placed on the bottom side which forms the outermost layer, the hot and spicy chicken curry is placed on top of the rice forming the second layer and lastly, the noodles are placed on the top of all of them to create a magnificent piece of art. The main ingredients used for its preparation are rice, eggs, ketchup, soy sauce, ginger, cooking oil and other vegetables like carrots, chilies, green onion, green capsicum etc. you can download the complete recipe of Singaporean rice on sooperchef.

Kabab Biryani

Kabab Biryani Recipe in Urdu & English Pakistani foodies love two types of food, bbq, and biryani. And so our innovative chefs at sooperchef have come up with the innovative and tasty kabab biryani recipe. This tasty biryani recipe is an inventive blend as it involves the preparation of a biryani with kababs in it, rather than the normal meat chunks. There are many other traditional cooking recipes on sooperchef.pk menu like the Sindhi biryani, chicken bbq biryani, kofta biryani, beef biryani masala, Kashmiri pulao recipe, chicken Murgh tikka pulao, special Murgh biryani, and the vegetable biryani recipe. Biryani is a colorful South Asian mixed, rice based dish that was first prepared by the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Now it is famous all over the world, mainly in areas with Muslim populations like India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Iraq, Iran, Indonesia, Burma and some parts of the western countries. Originally, biryani was prepared by mutton or lamb meat but now it can be prepared with chicken, beef, fish, prawns, shrimps, fish and even vegetables. According to a food historian from India, the first origins of biryani date back to 4000 years when the first meat and rice combinations of dishes were prepared. It is said that pulao is the precursor to the modern day biryani. Unlike pulao, biryani recipes are not cooked in seasoned broth and taste much spicier than the pulao. If you want to prepare the delectable, styled kabab biryani recipe in urdu then you should follow sooperchef.pk where a complete recipe along with the preparation method can be found.

Mutanjan

Special Mutanjan Rice Recipe in Urdu & English Foodies with a sweet tooth of traditional sweet dishes consider Pakistan a heaven place for there is something sweet for everyone. Special Mutanjan Rice Recipe is one of the many sweethearts of traditional dessert recipe lovers which are eaten with great delight all over the country. Mutanjan rice recipe originated from Persia and was brought to the Indian subcontinent by the chefs of the royal banquet of the Mughal Dynasty. Mutanjan is theorized to be a beloved dish of Mughal Emperor Shahjahan and thus Mutanjan was often served at his royal banquet, back in Mughal era. Mutanjan is often confused with another rice dish known as the Zarda. The only difference between the two is of color i.e. the Zarda recipe is a dish prepared by boiling sweet rice in a single color, mostly yellow or orange whereas Special Mutanjan recipe is assorted with a variety of food colors. Both the dishes are made with boiled rice with milk, sugar and vibrant food colors which often represent festivity and joy. In Mutanjan recipe, rice is further flavored with dry fruits and nuts like almonds, walnuts, pistachios, cashews, and raisins. Cardamoms and saffron are added to the recipe to provide it with a beautiful aroma. Often garnished with khoya and rasgullay, Mutanjan is consumed all over the Indian Subcontinent and Arabian Peninsula. Mutanjan recipe is also served as a dessert on auspicious occasions like weddings and Eid  etc. log on to Sooperchef.pk to download the complete preparation method and recipe of Special Mutanjan in Urdu and other delicious cooking recipes....

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Rice is a type of cereal grain that is widely consumed as a staple food to serve the majority population of the world. Rice dishes are mostly made and consumed in most of the Asian countries. It is the form of grain with the second highest worldwide production following wheat and corn.There are various types of rice recipes prepared all across the world, specifically in Asian and Indian subcontinent that includes countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Basmati Rice Used for Cooking Biryani & Pulao Recipes

Basmati rice is a long grain form of rice mainly cultivated in India and Pakistan and is considered to be one of the finest quality of white rice. This type of rice has a unique ambience when cooked and each grain remains separate after cooked, providing a light and fluffy taste. This type of rice can be served with various home cooked curries and mostly Basmati rice is used to prepare Pulao recipes & Biryani recipes.

There are various types of rice dishes and recipes that can be easily cooked and prepared at home. Some of them are listed below:

Fried Rice Accompanied with other Variants

Fried rice is a type of recipe that is formed by stir frying the rice in a frying pan mixed with various ingredients like vegetables, eggs, meat or even seafood. It is also served and eaten along with other accompanied dishes. Fried rice is primarily originated from Southeast Asian countries. Chinese fried rice served with Chicken Manchurian makes a perfect combination for a meal or a dinner.

Biryani

Biryani recipe is one of the most delicious rice recipes of South Asian origin and most popular among the people of Pakistan. Moreover, the dish is really easy to be cooked at home. The dish has gained popularity among people from ages across the Indian subcontinent. The dish is usually made with spices, meat and basmati rice. You can check out the 1-minute instant video and learn to make Biryani recipe in Urdu offered by SooperChef.

Pulao Recipe

Pulao Recipe is also one of the easiest recipe that can be cooked at home within thirty minutes of your time. It can be cooked with different variants by adding Boiled Chick Peas or different vegetables as per your taste. The dish is prepared by adding mild spices. It is one of the most common and popular homemade dish cooked almost at every home in Pakistan. Pulao is also served along with different spicy dishes like Chicken Karahi, Mutton Karahi, etc. at family parties or festive. Pulao recipes makes a perfect combination with mint or yogurt raita. Get the complete list of rice recipes, Pulao recipes in Urdu at SooperChef.

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