This ready-made spice blend acts as a flavour enhancer for many types of dishes and helps you save time in preparing the perfect Masala. It is formulated using the traditional techniques for each ingredient and is guaranteed to offer freshness, purity and rich flavour.
The MDH Bombay Biryani Masala can transform any average rice dish into a zesty and spicy surprise. It adds an extra level of spice which is perfect and preferred in almost all Continental and Indian cuisines that revolve around rice recipes. The freshly ground spices provide the right balance of spice and savoury for every dish.
MDH is one of the leading food producers in Indian spices and is known for its high-quality ground and blended single spices.
MDH Bombay Biryani Masala Ingredients
- Dried plums
- Red chilli
- Musk melon
- Cardamom Amomum seeds
- Black pepper
- Green cardamom
Benefits of MDH Bombay Biryani Spice Mix
The MDH Bombay Biryani Masala reviews are positive because of the benefits of this Masala. It is made from 100% natural ingredients and is free from artificial flavourings. It also does not contain any preservatives, so you don’t have to worry about the product’s health safety.
For every 100g of MDH Hyderabadi Biryani Masala, it contains:
- 206 kcal/862 KJ of Energy
- 32g of Carbohydrates
- 6g of Fat
- 6g of Protein
- 27.6g of Salt
Recipe and Preparation Instructions
Since this Biryani Masala is loaded with rich and flavourful spices, many people prefer it for lunch. For an easy MDH Bombay Biryani Masala recipe, check out these steps below to make the perfect Mughal dish.
Classic Indian Mughal
A classic Mughal dish is a combination of Indian and Persian cuisine noted for its distinctive aroma and types of whole spices.
Ingredients you will need:
- 500g of Chicken
- MDH Bombay Biryani Masala spice mix
- Cooking oil
- Peeled potatoes
- Chopped onions
- Chopped tomatoes
- Garlic ginger paste
- Lemon juice
How to cook:
- Soak the Basmati rice of about 500g in water for a continuous 20-minute interval.
- Cut the 500g chicken into pieces for easier marinating. Marinade it in a mixture of garlic ginger paste, lemon juice, yoghurt, and salt for around 30 minutes.
- Heat the cooking oil in a pan. Saute the chopped onions and peeled potatoes until they are light brown.
- Add MDH Biryani Masala into the pan. Throw in the chopped tomatoes and continue stirring the ingredients.
- Add the meat cubes. Pour in about 3 cups of water and let it simmer for another 20 minutes. Wait until the meat is adequately cooked and is tender enough before removing it from the heat.
- Add it in layers to a pan of rice. Garnish and serve.