Shan Bombay biryani with vegetables. Delicious Bombay veg biryani made with Shan Foods Bombay Biryani spice mix. Adorned with layers of lip-smacking flavors, this biryani features the authentic taste of aromatic spices interlaced with the goodness of vibrant veggies and fluffy rice. Pair with your favourite pickle and raita from Shan Foods for an extra delicious meal.
With a global presence in more than 60 countries, Shan Foods provides you high quality products including recipe mixes and masalas to help you whip up delicious home-cooked meals for your loved ones. I’m extremely delighted to team up with your favorite brand to create an amazingly delicious vegetable biryani with their Bombay Biryani spice mix.
To make this Bombay veg biryani, I also used Shan ginger and garlic paste, and served it with lip-smacking Shan carrot pickle. Let me tell you, these products definitely upgraded the level of authenticity of this biryani recipe.
Ok, now onto the details of making this delightful vegetarian version of Bombay biryani.
Cook basmati rice
When it comes to making delicious biryani, basmati rice is the way to go. Fluffy and tender rice cooked to perfection makes the perfect base for the other elements of this Bombay veg biryani recipe. Cooking rice is super simple and easy. Cook rice in plenty of water just like pasta and drain off excess water.
A simple mixture of vegetables like potatoes, bell peppers, carrots and green beans cooked in Bombay biryani spice mix. You’ll also need some onions, ginger and garlic to enhance the flavor of the dish. I also love the addition of plenty of coriander leaves.
Once the base layers, rice and vegetable mixture is ready, you can start layering the biryani. Apart from these two elements, you’ll also need saffron milk, rose water, plenty of chopped herbs, crispy fried onions, fried raisins and cashew nuts. Layers of lip-smacking flavors make this biryani so delicious.
Now cover the pan with aluminium foil, top with lid and cook over low flame for about 10 minutes. This process is called dum. Serve this Shan Bombay biryani with your favorite accompaniments like raita, pickle and pappadum.
Definitely a delicious idea for extra special days!
**This recipe is sponsored by Shan Foods**