Mutton Yakhni Biryani Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Mutton Yakhni Biryani Recipe


Mutton yakhni biryani with step by step photos

Mutton yakhni biryani | Yakhni biryani || How to Make Mutton Yakhni Biryani with step by step photos


Mutton Yakhni Biryani is a traditional and yummy recipe, yakhni biryani is not prepared with any specific recipe or is applied different method, not at all. Rather it's a combination of biryani and pulao. But are added tomato, yogurt and spice powder which are added in other types of biryani recipes, in order to understand this biryani pulao method is quite different instead of the typical biryani method, rather it is similar to the pulao cooking method
                         
how to make mutton yakhni biryani

I’m so pleased to share this recipe. I tried this recipe twice and it turned out really good. If you like it please share your opinion in the comments, that’s a great motivation. As a family tradition, we make yakhni biryani

I’m very fond of garnishing so I’ve added fried onions, ginger garlic paste green chilies, tomatoes, and my homemade yakhni biryani masala, Yakhni pulao taste was so yummy

Generally, Yakhni pulao is not very spicy but this one is moderately spiced. You may use fewer green chilies if you like it less spicy. What makes pulao yummy is the striking aroma and broth-flavored rice.

                                    
                                        
mutton yakhni biryani


Tip for making Yakhni Biryani:
The thing with making biryani is that the rice grain should be well separated. Now, that’s a thing you learn with a little practice.

Meat:
While making Yakhni, keep in mind we need half-cooked meat. Since we will cook it in rice and it will be cooked again for 10 minutes. So, if you overcook your meat it will come off the bone and lose all its texture.  So meat should be almost cooked but not very soft.

This is the most important ingredient. Since all water will be absorbed by the rice, we need to keep the Yakhni salty like a bit of salty soup. You can taste Yakhni right before adding soaked rice to check salt. Water Level of gravy in yakhni biryani

The second tip keeps the water level 1 inch above the rice layer when you add rice in yakhni to make pulao. When the rice has puffed and water is not visible above the rice, reduce the heat on very low and cover the lid


How to fix the water in biryani:

  1. If in your pulao have accidentally added more water so not to worry just take a dry kitchen towel/handkerchief and cover the pot properly and leave it on low flame for at least 30 minutes it would be set on its own
  2. On the other hand, your rice seems uncooked and water is almost evaporated then you wet the kitchen towel thoroughly and cover the pot properly with it and leave on 15 minutes after minutes you will see your rice has cooked properly
Note: don’t add more water when rice is undercooked it will be mushy and sticky, So let's begin 

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how to make yakhni pulao



In a large pot add ghee heat it then adds onion slices fry it until turns to golden brown color
                    
fry-onion-slices


Add whole spices fry it for a minute on medium-low flame

                           
add-whole-spices


Add mutton stir it until meat changes its color
             
fry-the-mutton

Now add ginger garlic paste, tomato, yogurt, and yakhni biryani masalamix them well and stir constantly till oil separates add 500 ml water bring to boil now cover the lid and allow to cook it on medium-low flame for about 40-50 minutes or until the meat is tender

cook-mutton-yakhni

Now add drained rice and green chilies stir it and taste the salt at this stage you can adjust it. 
Note, water should be 1 inch above the rice. cover the lid and let it cook for 5-8 minutes on the high-medium flame
             
add-rice-in-yakhni


After 8 minutes remove the lid and sprinkle some drops of food color and biryani essence_Simmer it for 10 minutes

         
simmer-the-biryani


Remove from the flame and let it cool down_Then transfer to the serving tray/plate and sprinkle brown onions on top
   
         
mutton-yakhni-biryani-is-ready


Mutton yakhni Biryani is ready to serve with mixed veggie raita and salad


mutton pulao







Mutton yakhni biryani is traditional and yummy recipe, which is a great combination of meat and rice, try once to make a tasteful dish...

Ingredients:
  1. 750g, mutton with a bit of fat (waist part of meat) 
  2. 150g, homemade yogurt
  3. 1 kg, Basmati good quality Rice (soaked for 4 hours)
  4. 2 drops, biryani essence optional
  5. 3 pinch, yellow food color mix with kewra water
  6. 1 tsp, kewra water
  7. 2 ½ tbsp, ginger garlic paste
  8. 4 to 6, long green chili
  9. 200g, onion slices
  10. 200g, fried brown onions for garnishing 
  11. 1, bay leaf
  12. ½ tsp, black cumin seeds
  13. 1/3, black peppercorn
  14. 2, green cardamom
  15. ½ inch, cinnamon stick
  16. 4 tbsp, yakhni biryani masala powder
  17. 250g, big tomatoes slices
  18. 100g, ghee 
How to Make Mutton Yakhni Pulao?
  1. In a large pot add ghee heat it then adds onion slices fry it until turns to golden brown color
  2. Add whole spices fry it for a minute on medium-low flame
  3.  Add mutton stir it until meat changes its color
  4. Now add ginger garlic paste, tomato, yogurt, and homemade yakhni biryani masala
  5. Mix it well and stir constantly till oil separates
  6. Add 500 ml water bring to boil now cover the lid and allow to cook it on medium-low flame for about 40-50 minutes or until the meat is tender
  7. Now add drained rice and green chilies stir it and taste the salt at this stage you can adjust it
  8.  Water should be 1 inch above the rice  
  9. Cover the lid and let it cook for 5-8 minutes on the high-medium flame
  10. After 8 minutes remove the lid and sprinkle some drops of food color and biryani essence
  11. Simmer it for 10 minutes
  12. Remove from the flame and let it cool down
  13. Then transfer to the serving tray/plate and sprinkle brown onions on top
  14. Mutton yakhni Biryani is ready to serve with mixed veggie raita and salad
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