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Lucky Masale Combo Biryani Pack – All-in-one Treat

Biryani is what every Asian craves at any time. Beef or chicken biryani is what we have on every occasion. But this time, let us try something new. For Asians who want to light up their lives with biryani, the Lucky Masale combo biryani pack is indeed a treat for them. Instead of shuffling through the spices to find the best one, the Lucky Masale biryani pack saves your life and gives the mouthwatering taste you want. This combo biryani recipe pack will surely make you go wow, whether you are a vegetarian or non-vegetarian.

What do we get in the Lucky Masale Combo Biryani Pack?

The moment you open any biryani packet, you are greeted with a single pouch. But this time, things will be different. Lucky Masale Combo biryani pack offers not one but five biryani pouches. Simply amazing, right?

Chicken Biryani

Whether it is an Eid feast or Diwali get-together, chicken biryani is what we all munch on. The Lucky Masale offers two pouches of chicken biryani mix in the Combo biryani packet. Freshly grinned and crushed spices in the pouches embrace the traditional Indian biryani flavor.

Mutton Biryani

Not only in India, but the mutton biryani is a popular dish in the whole of Asia. The sizzling aroma of the mutton is all enough to drive you crazy. Call over your friends and enjoy the reunion party with the Lucky Masale mutton biryani mix. You will get two pouches of mutton biryani mix in the combo biryani packet.

Sindhi Biryani

Sindhi biryani is the perfect example that defines the relationship of Potatoes with biryani. Whether cooked with mutton or chicken, the taste is always mouthwatering. Enjoy one pouch of Sindhi biryani in the Combo biryani pack.

Without wasting much of our time, let us get into the recipe. The following ingredients are required for this recipe.

Combo Biryani Pack

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian


  • 500 g Tomatoes chicken or mutton of your choice
  • 500 g Meat
  • 500 g Basmati Rice
  • 7-8 Sliced Green Chilies
  • 3 tbsp Ginger-Garlic Paste
  • 3-4 Medium-Size Sliced Onion
  • 200 g Oil / Ghee
  • 3-4 Bay Leafs
  • ½ tsp Food Color
  • 2-3 drops Biryani Essence
  • 100 g Fresh Mint Leaves
  • 4-5 Fresh Plum
  • 1 cup Fresh Yogurt
  • 1 tbsp Cumin
  • 3-4 Medium-Size Potatoes for Sindhi Biryani
  • 3-4 Cinnamon Sticks
  • 1 pinch Saffron
  • 2 Sliced Lemon
  • Salt as per taste
  • 7-10 Black Pepper
  • 7-10 Cloves


Boil the rice

  • Add 2 liters of water in a bowl, and turn the flame ON
  • Add Cloves, Black pepper, Cinnamon sticks, Cumin, and Salt as per taste
  • Once the water reaches the boiling state, add the rice
  • Cook the rice until ¾ done
  • Now turn the flame off, drain the water carefully, and keep the rice aside

Prepare the Gravy

  • Add oil to a pan and heat on a medium flame. Add the sliced Onion and golden fry. Once the golden state is reached, remove the Onion.
  • Now add the ginger-garlic paste with meat and stir for good 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, add the tomatoes and leave them on low flame. 

Note: If you use chicken, there is no need to add water as the chicken itself will cook eventually. However, if you use mutton, add water to tender the meat. You can also add Potatoes at this stage if you want.

  • Now add the Lucky Masale biryani mix and Green Chilies. Cook until oil is separated from the gravy
  • Now add the layer of boiled rice over the flavoring, sprinkle the Fresh mint leaves, Plum, sliced lemon, fried onion, and Food color
  • Cover the pot and let it cook for 15-20 minutes continuously without removing the cover. Your spicy biryani is ready to munch on

What to Serve with Biryani Recipe?

Despite how tempting the biryani combo looks and sounds, side servings are still as necessary as a cherry on a cake. Before you look around your kitchen to see what to serve with the biryani, let us give you the inside view.

Foremost and the most preferred thing that goes with every biryani is Green Raita. All you need to do is; prepare fresh green chutney and mix it with yogurt. Add a pinch of salt to complete the recipe.

Besides that, salad is also a tempting side serving with biryani. Cut onion, cucumber, carrot, beetroot, tomatoes, and lastly, add leafy green.

Ending Notes

Isn’t the combo biryani pack worth it? Make sure to have the packet and enjoy Sindhi, Mutton, and Chicken biryani all in one. The recipe mentioned above is perfect to use with any pouch. Lastly, ensure to share your reviews in the comment section about which biryani you liked the most from the combo biryani pack.