Food brings families together, transforms strangers into friends, inspires traditions, heals from the inside out, and it does this in every corner of the world.
We have asked our friends in India to share the recipes for some of their favorite dishes. Read on and you will learn how to make Mutton Biryani, shared by our on-campus Career Counselor and Alumni & Sponsorship Coordinator, Blessey.
To make biryani:
Make this a classic Indian vegetarian dinner by simply forgoing the pressure cooked mutton and pairing the biryani with seitan or chickpeas instead!
*Cooking requirements will be determined by the amount of mutton and the pressure cooker you use. Please refer to your pressure cooker’s user manual/recipe booklet for the brand’s recommendation.
“This is my style of making mutton biryani. I learned this recipe from my mom. This recipe is so simple and delicious. Mutton biryani is an authentic Mughal recipe widely famous in Southern India. There are many many varieties of biryani like Hyderabadi biryani, dum biryani, Thalaserry biryani, Malabar biryani and many more. Biryani can be made with chicken, mutton, beef, fish, egg, country chicken, turkey, cottage cheese, mushroom, and vegetables. The recipe which I have mentioned is a simple version of the authentic style.”
We are excited for you to enjoy this taste of India! We will continue to share recipes in the hopes that you gather around the table with the people you love and think about your friends in India and that while the world is large, the space between us doesn’t have to be.
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Can you use lamb?
Oh, yes! You could definitely use lamb in this dish. The cooking method may change since mutton is better for slow cooking than lamb.