Would you believe if I say that this will be the easiest chicken tikka biryani you can ever make!!
Not only is it easy to put together but it tastes so delicious that your family & friends will be licking fingers. It can easily be made in bulk for a party or if you make just for your family I can assure your they all will be fighting for the leftover.
So what makes this biryani really special is the chicken tikka that we make. I have used some baking and some tradition infusion of coal to get to the authentic biryani taste. If it sounds intimidating just read the recipe, it should be enough to convince you that its not!!!
Directions to Make Chicken Tikka Biryani-
- 3 tbsp Oil
- Salt As pe taste
- 900 gm chicken cleaned & patted dry
- 1 cup Curd/dahi
- 2 tbsp Kashmiri Chilli Poweder
- 1/2 tbsp Tumeric Powder
- 1 tbsp Coriander Powder
- 1/2 tbsp Garam Masala
- 3 tbsp ginger, garlic and chillies paste Or 1 Tbsp each
- 200 gm Basmati/Biryani Long Grain Rice Soaked in twice the water
- 3 Large potatoes cut in cubes
- 4-5 big red onions finely sliced
- Salt As per taste
- 2 no Black cardamom kali elichi
- 1 no tej patta
- 6-8 no black peppercorns kali mirch
- 1 tsp jeera cumin seeds
- 4-5 no laung clove
- 10 tbsp Ghee
- 1 no peice of coal koila
- 4-5 big tomatoes chopped
- 2 tbsp Biryani Masala
Marinate chicken with all the ingredients listed under marination. Keep It aside for atleast four hours.
Pre Heat the oven for 10 mins at 200C. Place the marinated chicken on the skewers and bake for 30 mins. I also increased the temperature to 220C for the last 10 mins which gave a nice char on the chicken.
Now take out the chicken skewers and keep aside to use in biryani.
Heat ghee in a pot. Add jeera, kali elichi,laung, kali mirch, tej patta and saute for 30 sec till aromatic.
Now add the onions and saute till they are brown(but not burnt). Add salt and biryani masala. Cook for 10 sec. If it starts to burn or stick at the bottom add a splash of water.
Now lastly add chopped tomatoes and cook till they are soft and mushy. Mix in the chicken pieces as well. Take out and keep this aside.
In the same pot add your soaked rice and cook them with some salt till they are 70% done.
Now take out half the rice. Layer the chicken mixture that we set aside. now top with the potatoes too. Top with the rest of the rice and add 1/4 cup of water.
On the other gas burn a coal piece and place in a katori.
Put the katori on the biryani mix. Pour some ghee over it and close the lid. Cook the biryani for 15 more mins. Leave it aside till all the smoke from the coal clears up.
Enjoy with curd and green chutney!!
Make sure to balance salt as some is to be added at every step of the recipe.
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19 thoughts on “Chicken Tikka Biryani(My Home-style Version)”
This chicken tikka biryani came out perfect. Surely non vegetarian friends will go gaga over it.
What a lovely share it is .. I love both Tikka and biriyani and yours look so scrumptious and a great combo . Would love to try it out this weekend:)
Thanks dear. Do share your feedback too?
We don’t eat meat. But I love vegetable biriyani. Love the flavor and texture of the rice and spice.
Really nice to see that you have tried making this Biryani an authentic way, love all the flavours of Biryani.
Adding the coal at the last stage of cooking the biryani is a good idea for that authentic smoky taste.
Thanks. Do try it.
Biryani looks delicious, shall try with soya chunks. Nice pics.
That’s a good idea to cook the chicken in the oven first and that smokey flavor is to die for. Delicious
Delicious Tikka biriyani.. It is our family favourite. Most of the weekends we make Biriyani.
That’s great. Even my family weekends demands biryani?
The chicken biryani sounds utterly flavorful and delicious !!
Am a die hard fan of biriyanis and i always looks for different versions. Chicken tikka biriyani tempts me a lot and am literally drooling here. Inviting dish.
Thanks so much?