biryani onions
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Dec 13, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Others Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Onions Standing Time 1 hour
Description: how to fry onions for biryani
Biryani onions are finely sliced onions, deep fried until golden brown and crispy that is added into the biryani for its unique taste

Recipe of biryani onions

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Onions 3 Numbers
Oil for frying
Cornflour 1 Teaspoons


  1. cut onions into very thin slices, sprinkle corn flour on top of the onions and mix it then deep fry till they aregloden brown colour.fry in medium heat
Posted Dec 13, 2007

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May 24, 2014
Hi Chef, i just love your cooking.. The way you explain every recipes is just amazing! I have made chicken biriyani for the 1st time after watching your video. Following your every steps in that video, the dish came out really nice.. Thanks a lot..

Apr 26, 2014
hello sanjay. my name is likhitha. actually a profuse thanks to you for giving such a nice recipes. before seeing ur program i dont know how to cook but with ur dishes and explanation cooking became a hobby for me and iam getting lot of apprisals also. this is all because of you. but a small request plz say the measurements how much should be used in your program. once again thanks alot

Gayathri Oct 6, 2011
Hi Chef, Thanks for the tip. Frying with cornflower powder made them grt. Can you please tell us as how long this can be stored and used?


asha santosh Apr 7, 2009
hi chef, i was to be called the lousiest person to be found in kitchen. well,no my husband. i tried cooking your hyderabadi chicken biriyani recipe as he is from hyderabad and he loves it. after tasting it,he said aloud,"thank god and thanks chef sanjay thumma for this wonderful food".i am still to be called the lousiest one around.

Flavio Feb 2, 2009
is it possible to store the fried onions for some time or do i need to fry them freshly every time?

Thank you!

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