Singapore Nasi Briyani | A ‘Fusion’ Biriyani
Singapore Nasi Briyani or Malaysian Nasi Briyani is quite different from traditional and varied traditional Indian varieties, as is the spelling! It is infact Biriyani Rice and Masala cooked seperately and simply served together.
Quite a work of fusion. Easier to prepare (No ‘Dum’ or ‘sealed method’ of cooking involved) – with a distinct Malay influence. The word ‘Nasi’ means rice.
It is a hugely popular dish at the local hawkers centers. In Singapore and Malaysia this is a sought after recipe! I once had the best Singapore Nasi Briyani at a hawkers centre in Jurong Town. I have tried fifteen recipes since then to copy the wonderful aroma I got that day. With a lot of further experimentation I finally developed the recipe to my satisfaction. This rice dish is wonderfully aromatic and the chicken is so tender with a delicious thickened gravy. Check out the video below and try this version of deliciously different Biryani, Singapore and Malaysia style!
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Recipe Name: Singapore Nasi Briyani
Recipe Type: Rice / Singapore&Malaysia
Author: Shana c/o Recipes ‘R’ Simple
Yield: ( 8-10 servings)
Key Ingredients: Chicken/Mutton, Rice, Ghee, Onion, Ginger, Garlic, Spices, Carrot, Pandan Leaf, Evaporated Milk, Tomato Puree, Coriander Leaves, Oil.
EAT AND TELL!!!
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