Aachi Biryani Masala 200g

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14988

Aachi Biryani Masala 200g

Aachi Masala is a traditional Chettinad Masala - very famous in South India for its unique cuisine. You can find cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, bay leaf, black stone flower, mace, nutmeg, kapok buds and fennel seeds in Aachi biryani masala.

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Product Description

Aachi Biryani Masala

Aachi Masala is a traditional Chettinad Masala - very famous in South India for its unique cuisine. You can find cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, bay leaf, black stone flower, mace, nutmeg, kapok buds and fennel seeds in Aachi biryani masala.

  • Tasty spice mix
  • Prepared for Briyani Masala
  • Traditional Chettinad Masala
  • Prepre and cook
  • Aachi -The Word

    In Chettinad Tamil,‘Grand Mothers’ 
    are fondly called as “AACHI”.Food prepared with Aachi is equal to the food prepared
    by our mothers which have always been special and in good taste.
    A mother always speaks the language of love through cooking good,
    quality, tasty food which is always a favourite among the young and old!

  • PREPARING METHOD

     

    Soak saffron in warm milk and mix the food colour. Soak basmati rice for at least 1/2 hour or as much time as you can. Cook with 1 cup water, 1 tsp salt, 1 elachi and 1 clove. Once done, tear some mint leaves, add to the rice. Add a tsp of ghee and fluff the rice. Heat ghee and fry cashews, keep a side. Heat 2 tblsp oil and fry lengthwise sliced onion in a kadai (You can use chips slicer for slicing onions very thin…) Fry in medium-low flame. You can also deep fry onions if you want to get golden coloured caramelized onion.

    Fry until golden brown and keep aside. In same kadai, heat remaining oil and season with cinnamon, elachi, cloves, star anise and bay leaf.

    Add ginger garlic paste, vegetables, broken green chillies, Aachi biryani masala, chilli powder, black pepper powder,turmeric and salt.

    Mix well in medium flame and add curd.

    Mix well and fry for 5-6 minutes or until the masalas coats the vegetables. You can sprinkle water if it gets too dry.

    Take a oven safe bowl, spread a layer of rice, sprinkle the saffron milk 1 tsp and spread a layer with vegetables over it. Sprinkle some fried onions, chopped mint and coriander leaves.

    YOU CAN DO THE SAME IN PRESSURE COOKER TOO.

    Repeat this until you finish rice and vegetables. Finish with rice layer. Top with onion and coriander leaves, mint leaves. Close with a lid. Preheat to 210 degree C. (if in pressure cooker, close the lid, with the weight valve and keep in lowest possible flame for 15 mins- if your stove cannot be put in low flame, then you can put the cooker over a dosa pan or keep inside a wide pot with boiling water)

    Bake at a reduced temperature of 140 degrees C for 15- 20 minutes. Mix well and serve hot!

    NOTES

    • You can add paneer along with vegetables, add all vegetables and lastly add paneer. If your cauliflower is not organic then add it towards the end while frying
    • Fried onion, Mint and coriander adds a nice flavour
    • You can deep fry the onions
    • You can make the end part in stove top too. Just layer and keep in lowest possible flame for 10- 14 minutes. You can do in pressure cooker
    • The Aachi biryani masala which contains the main impact in the biryani

Product Details

Ingredients

Red chillii powder Green chilli,  Cardamom powder, Coriander leaves, Cloves, Coriander,ginger , garlic,Onion,Nutmug  Turmeric, Cinnamon, salt

Net Contents

200g

Preparation and Usage

Soak saffron in warm milk and mix the food colour. Soak basmati rice for at least 1/2 hour or as much time as you can. Cook with 1 cup water, 1 tsp salt, 1 elaichi, and 1 clove. Once done, tear some mint leaves, add to the rice. Add a tsp of ghee and fluff the rice. Heat ghee and fry cashews, keep aside. Heat 2 tbsp oil and fry lengthwise sliced onion in a Kadai (You can use chips slicer for slicing onions very thin…) Fry in medium-low flame. You can also deep fry onions if you want to get a golden coloured caramelized onion. Fry until golden brown and keep aside. In the same kadai, heat remaining oil and season with cinnamon, elaichi, cloves, star anise, and bay leaf. Add ginger-garlic paste, vegetables, broken green chilies, Aachi biryani masala, chili powder, black pepper powder, turmeric, and salt. Mix well in medium flame and add curd. Mix well and fry for 5-6 minutes or until the masalas coats the vegetables. You can sprinkle water if it gets too dry. Take an oven safe bowl, spread a layer of rice, sprinkle the saffron milk 1 tsp and spread a layer with vegetables over it. Sprinkle some fried onions, chopped mint and coriander leaves. YOU CAN DO THE SAME IN PRESSURE COOKER TOO. Repeat this until you finish rice and vegetables. Finish with a rice layer. Top with onion and coriander leaves, mint leaves. Close with a lid. Preheat to 210 degree C. (if in pressure cooker, close the lid, with the weight valve and keep in lowest possible flame for 15 mins- if your stove cannot be put in low flame, then you can put the cooker over a dosa pan or keep inside a wide pot with boiling water) Bake at a reduced temperature of 140 degrees C for 15- 20 minutes. Mix well and serve hot!

NOTES

  • You can add paneer along with vegetables, add all vegetables and lastly add paneer. If your cauliflower is not organic then add it towards the end while frying
  • Fried onion, Mint and coriander adds a nice flavour
  • You can deep fry the onions
  • You can make the end part in the stovetop too. Just layer and keep in the lowest possible flame for 10- 14 minutes. You can do in a pressure cooker
  • The Aachi biryani masala which contains the main impact in the biryani

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Nutrition

Nutritional Information

Energy57 kcal
Protein2.3 g
Fat3.0 g
Carbohydrates5.2 g
Fiber3.8 g

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EAN 8906021120296
Brand Aachi
Size 0.2 Kg
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