Lucknowi Mutton Biryani

Description: The Lucknowi or Awadhi Biryani stands out from the crowd for its subtle flavours and delicate palate attributed to the liberal use of "yahkhi", a rich mutton stock. Like most biryanis, this too finds it's roots in Persian cuisine though the original has gone through so many iterations in various parts of India. This variant is most commonly served during Eid celebrations. We don't think you want to wait for the next Eid celebration to dig in to this delicious biryani!

Main Ingredient: Fishvish MUTTON

Chili Index: 0 (On a scale of 0 to 3)

Cuisine: Lucknowi / Awadhi

Specs: Fully cooked & Frozen. Microwaveable.

Serves: 1

Recipe Credit:  Fishvish

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Availability: In stock

Rs. 249.00



Fishvish's Story: "An in-house classic by our kitchen staff who've taken ubiquitous dish to another level of awesome!"
Accompaniments: Raita or Curd, only if you really, really must.
Features: No preservatives. No MSG. No Artificial Colours. No Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil.
Ingredients: Fishvish Mutton, Green Chilli, Tej Patta, Cinnamon, Salt, Ginger Garlic Paste, Whole Coriander, Badisauf, Black Cardamom, Green Cardamom, Curd, Oil, Onion, Javitri, Cloves, Shahi Jeera, Black Pepper, Ghee
Storage: Keep frozen and consume within 6 days. If defrosted, keep refrigerated and consume within 2 days.
Thawing: Defrost in microwave or place container in warm water.
Heating Instructions: Heat in microwave 2-4 mins | Pan: Medium Heat for 3-4 minutes


Customer Reviews (1)

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Mutton Biryani, when properly prepared, can be one of the tastiest and most satisfying food one can eat. I liked the taste of Biryani. The ingredients were properly taken care of, mutton was soft and succulent. It had the correct spice level, unlike the briyani available from other places, that are overloaded with spice and oil, killing the essence of biryani. I was circumspect ordering a frozen Biryani, but have to say that I do not regret ordering one. (Posted on 1/31/2017)

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