Ambur Style Mutton Biryani – one of the most famous Biryani in Tamil Nadu from Ambur. Ambur is a town in the Vellore District of Tamil Nadu, India. It is located on the banks of the Palar River on the Chennai-Bangalore National Highway.
Ambur Style Mutton Biryani is cooked in gigantic containers over wood-fired stoves, the crucial aspect behind the biryani’s consistency is the ‘dum’ — a procedure where it’s removed from the fire and covered with a lid over which hot coal is placed. The recipe consists of the usual ingredients that go into biryani — onions, tomatoes, spices such as cardamom, cloves, and cinnamon, ginger and garlic paste (ground separately to incorporate each ingredient’s flavor), red chili paste, salt, rice (par boiled) and meat.
Whenever we go for vacation to India we never miss tasting this biryani in Ambur. This biryani is generally made with seeraga samba rice rather than basmati rice. This biryani consists of mild flavors. It turned out exactly same as we get in Biryani hotels. Also, I made this Dum Biryani using a normal pressure pan. Now let us see how to prepare this Ambur Style Mutton Biryani.
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Delicious and Mouth watering Ambur Style Mutton Biryani is ready to relish.
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