Vegetable Biryani Recipe

You might be craving the homemade vegetable biryani and want to eat the flavourful, juicy, and mouth-watering biryani! But don’t know how to make it in your home. Don’t worry about this because we got you covered in this article.

You don’t have to search on Google and make the tasteless biryani, but now we are going to step through the process of vegetable biryani with the help of an instant vegetable biryani recipe by Lucky masale.

Vegetable Biryani

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
Yield: 5
Calories: 36kcal

Materials

  • 400 Vegetables
  • Green peas
  • Cauliflower cut into 0.5 inches pieces
  • Potatoes
  • Carrots
  • 400 g Paneer cut into small pieces
  • 400 g Basmati Rice soak in water for 30 minutes
  • 100 g Oil / Ghee
  • 200 g Onions cut into medium size slices
  • 150 g Tomatoes finely chopped
  • 100 g Yogurt
  • 1 tbsp Ginger / Garlic Paste
  • 15 g Lucky Vegetable Biryani Masale

Instructions

  • Take a pan and put 8 cups of water, rice, and salt in it. Leave the pan for some minutes. When you see the rice is boiled ¾, pour out the excess water from the pan.
  • Now take another pan and put it on the stove. Pour ghee/oil and onions into it, then wait until the onions are golden and crispy. Then divide the onions into two parts and grind one part of the onions.
  • Now take the remaining onion, put ginger, garlic paste, tomatoes in it and fry for one minute.
  • After frying these things, it is time to add yogurt. Salt and lucky vegetable biryani masale in it. After this, cook it for 10 to 15 minutes till your gravy is thick.
  • When the gravy is thick, put all the vegetables in it that we have mentioned above.
  • Now you have to make the layers of gravy of vegetables, rice, onions and make sure you add the yellow food color in the rice because that would give biryani an appetizing color.
  • Sprinkle a half cup of milk with two tablespoons of oil/ghee on the rice, close the pan tightly and leave it for 10 to 15 minutes. 
  • Your juicy, delicious, and mouth-watering vegetable biryani is ready!!!
Nutrition Facts
Vegetable Biryani
Serving Size
 
10 g
Amount per Serving
Calories
36
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
2
g
3
%
Saturated Fat
 
1
g
6
%
Cholesterol
 
1
mg
0
%
Sodium
 
310
mg
13
%
Carbohydrates
 
4
g
1
%
Fiber
 
3
g
13
%
Sugar
 
0.1
g
0
%
Protein
 
1
g
2
%
Calcium
 
3
mg
0
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Tips to make Delicious the Vegetable Biryani

Professional chefs use many tips and tricks to make their vegetable biryani recipe very delicious and mouth-watering. If you want to make your vegetable biryani very delicious, then we are here to tell you all those tips and tricks so, follow the below tips.

  • When making biryani, never go for any other rice than the basmati long grain rice because that would make your biryani look great and appealing.
  • Always make sure that you use fresh ingredients while making biryani. It will give you the proper flavor.
  • Make sure that you cut all the vegetables of the same size because they will cook properly.
  • There are many health-conscious people that try to skip the steps to cut down the fat, but if you want to make the delicious vegetable biryani, then don’t skip any step.

If you want to give your veg biryani a distinct aroma, we suggest adding some saffron to the biryani. To add the saffron, you need to soak it in a cup of milk for some time. We assure you this would have a very distinct aroma in your vegetable biryani.

Tips to Garnish Biryani

When your vegetable Biryani is ready, it is time to garnish it and make it more appealing and mouth-watering. There is no restriction to using the ingredients we mention; you can garnish and serve according to your likes and dislikes. We mostly garnish the biryani with dried raisins and nuts. Then serve it with the raita and salad.

How to make Vegetable Biryani Vegan?

Yes, it’s super easy to make the vegetable biryani vegan. You need to make some changes to the vegetable biryani recipe. Let me tell you how you can make the vegetable biryani vegan.

  • Don’t use ghee in the making process.
  • You have to use yogurt made of almond milk or coconut milk.
  • Replace the traditional milk with almond milk for soaking the saffron. All other steps would remain the same. You need to replace these things in those steps, and your vegan vegetable Biryani is ready.

What is the difference between Pulao and Biryani?

This is the most discussed question: what is the difference between the biryani and pulao? So, there is a very common and simple difference between them; though all ingredients might be the same, the cooking method is different.

When you cook all the ingredients and rice together, it is called the pulao, while on the other hand, if you cook everything separately as we did above, it is called biryani. This is the main difference between pulao and biryani, and we hope to answer your question.

Conclusion

If you want to cook the tasty, sizzling vegetable biryani in your home, then the Lucky masale would be your perfect partner. If you are a newbie or intermediate-level chef, the Lucky Masale will help you make the most delicious vegetable biryani, and everyone who would eat it would want to kiss your hands! Make sure you serve it with raita and salad.

Lastly, more recipes are around the corner. Stay tuned!