Special Non-Veg Thali or Indian Lunch Dinner Ideas features Mutton Biryani. This biryani is prepared with Indian spices, ground masala for a delicious one-pot meal.
This biryani is not cooked in layers. Finally, we dum cook this biryani to make sure the flavours steep into the biryani well.
We have used Seeraga Samba Rice for this biryani and Konda says that it makes it taste very much like the Junior Kuppanna's Style. They are very fond of that restaurant's biryani.
We have previously shared other Biryanis that taste great and are very similar. Today's version is slightly different and that made it very good. We always think we must record any change done to the ingredients as the end result changes a lot.
For this menu, we made a gravy for the side, along with a peanut pulusu that is tangy. For the sweet, it was a simple bread kaja as we call it. Ghee toasted and added to jeera water. It's for another day.
Some restaurant serve potato chips on the sides and of course, you don't need a chance to munch on wafers! The cut fruits to end the meals.
Today's Thali features Mutton Biryani.
Mutton Biryani - Non Veg Thali
Andhra Style Mutton Curry
Peanut Kara Pulusu
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The peanut Pulusa is very interesting here - something I haven’t heard of ! And what is that Bread ?
Obviously the non veg lovers would enjoy the Biryani but for vegetarians theres enough too !
Is that toasted bread soaked it a little sugar syrup? That’s definitely an easy sweet treat to make! The biryani must be a hit with everyone, but as part of whole thali, it makes the meal so much more appealing!
Suma Gandlur says
I am more interested in that bread khaja, Valli. 🙂 I had made a peanut pulusu from Pavani's blog which has become a regular. need to check if it is a different one.
Harini Rupanagudi says
You have definitely piqued our interest with that bread kaja 🙂 The peanut pulusu also sounds interesting.
Thali can be equally enjoyed by the vegetarians too. Dessert always makes a thali exotic.
Srividhya Gopalakrishnan says
Seeraga samba just elevates the flavor of the biryani. Amazing thali and love all the sides. Can't wait for the bread kaja recipe.
The whole thali looks interesting and what is grabbing my attention is the Andhra style mutton curry. The oil floating on top with the piece in it, looks like perfectly cooked and done.