Nasi is the Malay word for rice and Briyani is derived from the Persian word "berya", which means fried or roasted. There are many different variants of Nasi Briyani across the globe but basically they all have the same basic ingredients - rice, spices and some sort of meat or vegetable. The one I am going to make today is the Malaysian version. It was made famous by the Indian Muslim merchants/travellers that arrived in Malaya back in the day. Here is the quick and simple way of making Nasi Briyani. Enjoy!
You start of by melting some butter in the rice cooker. Once its all melted, add in the Nasi Briyani Mix.
Mix it well with the butter and allow it to simmer.
You know it's ready when you can smell the fragrant smell of spices, just filling the kitchen. Then, add in some chicken meat. I used 3 pieces of chicken thigh, cut up into small pieces.
Here is it! A steaming hot pot of Chicken Nasi Briyani! A yummy one dish meal thats just perfect for that chilly autumn evening :D