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You dont know how jarring it is to have someone suddenly sit down across from you on the train after like two months of that not happening because of corona. This is so weird…

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Paneer Biryani

Paneer Biryani, super delicious Indian rice entree. Perfect to make for lunch any day of the week, but more so on the holidays and weekends.

Prep Time - 30 mins

Cook Time - 20 mins

Total Time - 50 min

Ingredients :

Basmati Rice - 1 1/2 Cup 

Oil - 1 tsp

Paneer - 400 gms (cubed)

Onion - 1 medium (thinly sliced)

Ginger - 1/4 inch

Garlic - 4 cloves

Green chilli - 1

Mint leaves - 2 Tbsp + For garnishing

Coriander leaves - 1 Tbsp + For garnishing

Tomato - 1 small

Salt - 2 tsp

Turmeric - 1/4 tsp

Red chilli powder - 3/4 tsp

For Masala :

Cinnamon - 1/2 stick

Cardamom pods - 2

Clove - 3

Coriander seeds - 2 tsp

Pepper corns - 1 tsp

Jeera - 1/2 tsp

Fennel seeds - 1/2 tsp

To Temper :

Oil - 3 Tbsp

Bay leaves - 2 small

Cinnamon - 1/2 stick

Clove - 2

Cardamom - 1

Cashews - 10

Pepper corns - 1 tsp

Jeera - 1/2 tsp

Methods :

First wash and soak the rice for atleast 30 mins.

Heat a pan with a tsp of oil and saute the paneer cubes in medium flame until they turn golden. Turn off the flame and keep aside until use.

In the same pan (used for frying paneer) add the ingredients listed under “For masala powder” and roast until the coriander seeds starts changing color and a nice aroma arises. Turn off the flame and transfer the ingredients to a plate and let them come to room temperature. Grind them into a coarse powder using a mixie/blender. Keep it covered until use. 

Crush the garlic, ginger and green chilli using a mortal and pestle. Keep aside until use.

Heat a pressure cooker pan with oil, add the ingredients listed under “To temper” in the given order. Once the cashews turn golden, add the onion and crushed ginger, garlic, chilli. Saute until the onion turns translucent. 

Now add the mint and coriander leaves and start sauteing until the onions turns golden. Add the tomato, salt and saute until the tomato turns mushy. Follow it by turmeric, chilli powder and saute in low-medium flame until the oil starts to ooze or for about one minute. 

Now add 1 ¾ Cup of water and the rice to it (before adding the rice just drain off the water used for soaking completely from them) and give a gentle mix. Follow it by the prepared masala powder and give a gentle mix again. 

Now add the fried paneer cubes and give a gentle mix. Cook for one whistle or until done in medium-low flame. Wait until the pressure subsides. Remove the cover, garnish with extra mint and coriander leaves and give a gentle mix without breaking the rice strands. 

Serve hot with raita and chips.

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Finally yummy Panner Biryani is ready … Hope u all liked my recipe… Do try this recipe and make ur weekend more special 😊..

With LOL, Stay Tuned

Bhuvana Vishwanath

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I’m so tired of seeing posts with sayings along the lines of ‘things will never go back to normal’ and 'things should never go back to normal, normal wasn’t working’

When people say they want things to go back to normal, they don’t mean that the systmatic issues, (like employees not getting sick time) should stay in place, they mean that they want to go outside and interact with people without the fear of getting sick. We used to be able to safely be in large groups, so it Was working, and will again be okay at some point. It’s going to a BBQ, hugs, meeting new people, being able to do all the things that make life enjoyable that we can’t safely experience now that people are missing.

Maybe things will never go back to normal, but the can go back to normalish, where people can live and enjoy life again.

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