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Vermicelli Biryani | Semiya Biryani

Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. - Slurpy Platter

Recipe for Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. It also makes for a great lunch-box option. Plus it has a medley of veggies, and a subtle flavour of the spices that are not too overpowering. Try this Vermicelli Biryani for your lunch box or a quick snack with a glass of masala chai on those chill evenings.

Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. - Slurpy Platter

Biryani is Bae and Vermicelli Biryani or Semiya Biryani is even more tempting. If you want to skip adding rice and make a simple meal for brunch, dinner or even for a lunch box this recipe is your best bet. This recipe was also published on Archana’s Kitchen website.

5 Reasons why you should try Vermicelli Biryani | Semiya Biryani recipe:

  1. It’s supremely delicious and simple
  2. It doesn’t make you feel heavy after eating it.
  3. It has a medley of vegetables
  4. It doesn’t have an overpowering flavour and is mild on spices
  5. You can make the masala the previous night and refrigerate it so that it makes your life super simple the next day. Oh! Did I mention? You can chop the veggies too the previous night and keep it. This breakfast will be done in a jiffy if you have these things ready.

Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. - Slurpy Platter

Now are those reasons enough to dunk yourself into this delectable dish? 🙂 It may not be gluten free but it is vegan.. who cares when it’s biryani you ask? 😛

You can also use the same masala that I’ve used for this Doddapatre soppina chitranna and make shavige bath with it. Or this raw mango rice masala and adapt the same for semiya. Both taste equally good.

Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. - Slurpy Platter

If you like this recipe don’t forget to check out my:

Masala Rice recipe that’s equally easy and perfect for lunch box or a one pot meal when you have guests coming home in a short notice.

And this Spinach and Pudina Rice Recipe.

Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. - Slurpy Platter
Vermicelli Biryani | Semiya Biryani
Recipe for Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. It also makes for a great lunch-box option. Plus it has a medley of veggies, and a subtle flavour of the spices that are not too overpowering. Try this Vermicelli Biryani for your lunch box or a quick snack with a glass of masala chai on those chill evenings.
Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. - Slurpy Platter
Vermicelli Biryani | Semiya Biryani
Recipe for Vermicelli Biryani is a quick and easy one pot meal-dish that can be either made for breakfast or dinner. It also makes for a great lunch-box option. Plus it has a medley of veggies, and a subtle flavour of the spices that are not too overpowering. Try this Vermicelli Biryani for your lunch box or a quick snack with a glass of masala chai on those chill evenings.
Servings Prep Time
4People 20Minutes
Cook Time
20Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4People 20Minutes
Cook Time
20Minutes
Ingredients
Ingredients for Biryani
To grind into a paste
Instructions
To Roast and grind into a paste
  1. To begin the preparation of Vermicelli Biryani, first heat half a teaspoon of oil in a pan and add the ingredients to grind one after the other and slowly saute them on low flame until they slightly wilt and the raw smell goes. Cool and grind to a smooth paste. Keep Aside.
To make the Vermicelli Biryani
  1. In a pan, heat oil, add jeera, once it starts spluttering, add onions, saute till they're translucent. Add the carrot, capsicum, beans and peas, slowly saute them till they're slightly tender. Now add turmeric, dhaniya powder, biryani masala and mix till they're well incorporated.
  2. Add the ground paste, salt and fry for 2-3 minutes. Add 1 cup of water, and let it come to a boil. Now add the roasted vermicelli and mix them all together. Cook it covered for about 5-7 minutes until the vermicelli has cooked al dente.
  3. Sprinkle some coriander leaves and enjoy the Vermicelli Biryani while it is hot. You can also fry a few cashews and top it for an extra crunch.
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