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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Fried Biryani Rice

It took me a long time deciding on which recipe to be on my first post. I have decided on this recipe which I saw on the back of a spice mix packet. I have amended this recipe by adding a few more ingredients. Do give it a try....


2 cups of basmathi rice (cooked and keep in fridge overnite)
2 cups of chicken (cut into small pcs)
1 cups of medium prawn
1 large onions (sliced)
1 tbs of blended garlic
2 tbs of blended ginger
3 tbs of biryani powder mix
1 tbs oyster sauce
2-3 red chilies (sliced)
5 tbs of ghee
1-2 cups of water
mix vege
cabbage (sliced thinly)
small cinnamon stick
salt to taste


  • ·    Heat the ghee in a wok. Add in the onions + red chilies + cinnamon. Saute for 2-3 minutes and then add in the garlic + ginger.
  • ·    When the onions are turning brown, add in the biryani powder and continue stirring. Pour in some water and add in the chicken, prawn , oyster sos, mix vege and salt. Let it boil till the chicken are cooked and the gravy is thick.
  • ·     Add in the cabbage and rice. Stir till the rice and gravy are well combined.
The amount of cabbage and mix vege varies depending on individual preference. If you do not like mix vege or cabbage, you can replace it with long bean. If you dont want to use basmathi rice, then normal rice is fine.