Chicken 1200g
Sella Rice 1200g
Onion 6 fine sliced
Potatoes 5-6,1 kg(peeled & cut )
tomatoes 6 medium(round sliced)
small green chillies 10(slit it from the center)
yogart(thick) 1 cup,300g(whisk it well with to make it smooth)
Ginger paste 1 & half tbsp
Garlic paste 1 & half tbsp
Fresh Corriander 1 bunch
Mint leaves 1 bunch
Oil 1 cup
Sindhi Biryani masala 1pkt
red chilli powder 1tsp
corriander powder 1tsp
turmeric powder 3/4tsp
water 4cups
yellow food color few drops
hard boiled eggs 4(sliced)
kyora essence 1tsp
dries plums(aloo bukhara) 8
(bay leaves 3,star anese 2,cinnamon stick 2 sticks,2 black cardamon)

soak the sella rice for 5-8 hrs,then boil it with 2 star anese +1 cinnamon stick + 2 bay leaves until done ….drian it & put aside + keep shuffling the rice from up to bottom to prevent sticking..

take a wide pan,add in sliced onion..fry it till golden brown..take some onions out on an absobing kitchen paper(roughly about 1 onion,to garnish over the cooked biyani later)..& in the rest browned oinion add the chicken + ginger garlic paste + potaoes…keep stirring it for about good 10 mins

now add the whole green chillies + yogart(whisked perfectly) + biryani masala + dried plums + 1tsp red chilli powder + 1tsp corriander powder +3/4 tsp turmaric + water & let it cook covered on low flame until chicken & potaoes get tender & their is 3 cups of gravy left..if less u can add more or if its more cook it lil more uncovered on high flame

now add in salt + garam masala..

now take another wide pan ..add in the cooked meat masala in the bottom,spread the sliced tomatoes with corriander & mint leaves in layer(dont intermix these together) & cook covered on med -low flame for 10min.

now spread the boiled rice over it ,add few drops of yellow food color & kyara essence,spread boiled eggs & cover it with lid & place a hot griddle underneath it for DUM for 10-15mins.
dish it out ,garnish with browned onion,sliced boiled eggs..& salad

i enjoyed it with dahi pholki & roh-afza lemonade..

*sella rice need more soaking time than Basmati rice…..its recommended to soak it for at least 5hrs.

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