22 responses

  1. varsha
    November 30, 2008

    Looks absolutely divine..I love eggs..:)

  2. Ramya
    December 5, 2008

    I really really gt tempted and i am gonna try this for tmrws lunch and will keep u posted..Thanks for sharing :)

  3. romaspace
    December 6, 2008

    Nice looking biryani. Patiently cooked to perfection!

  4. Ramya
    December 21, 2008

    Wow looks great will sure try this

  5. romaspace
    December 23, 2008

    biryani looks exquisite !

  6. Ramya
    January 6, 2009

    As I said, I tried this Usha. Its simple and simply tasty. We enjoyed it.

  7. Mona
    February 2, 2009

    Looks exotic!

  8. sunita
    February 6, 2009

    Hi there,
    Thanks for the commment dear.I am glad you liked my art work.
    Your blog is tooo good grl. Everything is sooo perfectly arranged ,and yes yummy food…will sure try some recipes…

    Thanks Sunita!

  9. Shruthi Hebbur
    March 9, 2009

    I tried this today. it came out awesome USHA. Thank u

    Thanks for letting me know.

  10. indosungod
    March 27, 2009

    when is the mint added, I guess it is added after the green chilies?

    You can add it with the green chillies. Thank you for bring this to my notice. I had not realized that I forgot to mention it.

  11. Anita
    September 25, 2009

    Is “Biryani flower” the same as “star anise”?

    Biryani Flower is not Star Anise. I get it from India. I have not seen it in Indian grocery stores in the US. It is used a lot in India to make biryani. You can omit this ingredient if you don’t have it. It looks like this

    http://www.vijetha.in/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=shop.flypage&product_id=1046&category_id=68&manufacturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=1&vmcchk=1&Itemid=1

  12. subrata kanta
    April 1, 2010

    Looks great the colour of Biryani. Tonight I am
    going to cook exept Biryani flower,not available in Dubai and let u know the Taste
    Thanks for recipe

    I usually bring it from Inida. You can omit it.

  13. Neeta Nadkarni-Karjodkar
    May 10, 2010

    Hi there…….your egg biryani recipe is just gr8.I tried out the the recipe with some variations (hope you dnt mind that!).But still credit goes to you for such gr8 recipe.

    • usha
      May 10, 2010

      Hi Neeta, I don’t mind it at all… i am glad you liked the recipe! Let me know the variations so that I will try it too, the next time I prepare it.

  14. sara
    October 31, 2010

    i am sorry. u have changed the look of ur blog. i thought it was somme else copying ur blog

    • usha
      October 31, 2010

      Sara, you almost gave me a heart attack with your earlier comment.. :) I am not publishing that comment though..

      Yes, I changed the look of the blog and I am not liking it very much. I think I will switch back to the old look.

      • sara
        November 4, 2010

        thank you. but i am so fond of ur recipes that i was mad who couldnt see some else copying ur blog. anyway wanted to say that ur recipes are just superb and i have tried almost all biryani and shorva recipes and they have come excellent. my husband is an avid lover of eggs and he takes them very seriously..he loved the egg biryani i made using ur recipe. thank you so much

  15. sneha jha
    February 21, 2012

    God Bless you for this. I followed exactly the same steps and I ended up making it like a Pro…Here’s a link to my photobucket picture of my anda dum biryani.

    http://i1150.photobucket.com/albums/o604/Sneha_Jha/IMG_1360.jpg

    thanks thanks thanks.

    • MySpicyKitchen
      February 21, 2012

      Sneha, thanks for trying the recipe! The picture looks delicious!

  16. Lakshmi Kalyani
    February 6, 2013

    Usha, I just tried out this recipe and it came very well… should we add salt while cooking the rice? i did not add it, and it came out little bland due to it… thanks for the easy and yummy recipe!!

  17. raj
    December 23, 2013

    COuld you please update regarding the salt.
    I always mess up adding the right quantity

    • MySpicyKitchen
      January 4, 2014

      Raj, sorry for the late reply. I missed your message. Try about 1 tbsp. (tablespoon) of salt. I use morton iodized salt. To be on the safe side, try 1 3/4 tbsp. and adjust it accordingly.

      Updated the recipe with salt requirements. Actually, I am glad you brought it up. I just realized that I did not even mention salt in the recipe..

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