Thursday, July 23, 2009

EASY VERMICELLI BIRIYANI


These days really I am getting bore with noodles and pasta. So this time I try to make my old fashioned recipes. In my college days, we are calling this as "Bambino Biriyani, there is a secret behind this name that we found this recipe on bambino vermicelli packs. Its remained me my college days. Later on its modified by us as easy version.


1 cup Vermicelli
1 cup Water
1 Onion(cut into slices)
3 Green Chillies(chopped)
2 tbsp Green Peas(I used frozen one)
1 sp Ginger Garlic past
1 Star Anise
5 Cloves
2 Cardamom pods
1/2" Cinnamon
1tsp Masala powder
1tbsp Cooking Oil

In a skillet add the oil and cardamom, cloves, Cinnamon, star anise and fry the spices until the nice aroma will come out from them.
Add the chilly, onion slices and peas, fry them till cooked well. Add ginger garlic past and fry again for few minutes.
Now add the vermicelli to this, stir well and pour 1 cup of warm water, when the vermicelli is changing color. Add salt and masala powder, mix it well. Close the lid and cook in low flame till the water gets absorbed. Remove from flame.
Serve with curd chutney and lemon.

25 comments:

Suparna said...

hi
Thanks for dropping by :)
I love vermicelli, nice idea to spice it up the biryani style :)
Have a great week ahead!!
TC

kittymatti said...

wow! cool idea! very lovely blog!

Uma said...

looks so yummy!!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Recently i had a vermicelli briyani in one of our friends place,liked the idea,thanks for posting,looks nice:)

DEESHA said...

wow, lovely idea to make biryani

Gita said...

Hi thanks for dropping by my blog...this briyani looks delicious...great idea to use vermicilli in briyani recipe :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow.....that looks drool worthy....simple and yum too...

Prathibha said...

simple n yummy..

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Very lovely dish. Thanks for dropping by, you have very nice collection of recipes.

ARUNA said...

hi that's a nice biriyani!!!

Varsha Vipins said...

yummmmmm biriyani..nice twist with vermicelli..:)

anudivya said...

Lovely variation to the regular vermicilli/biriyani. I will try it the next time.

sangi said...

Nice blog!!!
Vermicelli Biriyani looks sooo gud&colorful!!!

Parita said...

Lovely vermicelli biryani, very innovative!

Padma said...

Thanks for dropping by at my blog ... biryani with vermicelli looks too good... nice recipe :)

EC said...

Simple yet filling and tasty. Nice one

Trupti said...

Biryani looks delicious and nice way to eat vermicelli

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Vibaas said...

looks yum! :)

Cynthia said...

Thanks for visiting.

n33ma said...

picture perfect.

Shaista Tabrez said...

wow..looks awesome and tasty.first time here..u have a nice and lovely blog with some yummy recipes

Hari Chandana said...

WOW... mouth watering biryani... looks spicy and delicious.. lovely presentation.. :)

Akal's Saappadu said...

Bambino Biriyani, funny name!

looks delicious with the raita!

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