Thalappakatti Mutton Biryani – Dindigul Biriyani Recipe

Thalappakatti Mutton biryani

Written by Mullai

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7 Comments

  1. Zeenath

    Something went wrong for me with the proportions. Is the rice measurement using the standard dry ingredients measuring cup? or, the measuring cup that comes with a rice cooker? also, how much lemon juice will have to be used?

    1. Mullai

      Hi Zeenath,
      Its the standard cup and not the rice cooker cup. Also lemon about 1 tablespoon of lemon juice will do… i still didn’t get what went wrong? was it too dry or mushy? rice also plays a part.. some brands require more water some doesn’t, may be that might be an issue that i see. Thanks

      1. Rajee Pandi

        You are so awesome. Thank you so much I will try it soon. I thought it is used only for minced chicken. I hate minced chicken. I am from Dindigul 🙂 My childhood Biryani Yummy

  2. Uma Thangaraj

    Really awesome.. I m from dindigul n the recipe is close to the thalapakatti briyani..it became my mom’s favorite.so today I did it for her birthday

    1. Mullai

      Thanks Uma, that means a lot to me..🙏though visited dindigul…never had a chance to try their authentic biryani. I have only had biryani in few of those Thalapakattu chain restaurants and this recipe is from that inspiration… I am so glad to hear that it came out good and once again thanks a bunch🙂

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