2 cups basmati rice boiled boiled & kept aside 4 eggs boiled & fried 2 onions chopped & fried until golden brown or use ready made fried onions 2 large potatoes cut in 4 & fried few saffron strands soaked in 1 cup boiling water & kept aside 2 onions chopped¼ cup ghee (Clarified butter)few cloves,Elachi (cardomom),peppercorns, cinnamon sticks 1 teaspoon jeera seedWarm ghee (Clarified butter) add onions & dry spices. sauté until golden Make a mixture with following 4 grated tomatoes2 teaspoon red ginger garlic masala2 teaspoon dana jeera powder1 teaspoon arad (Turmeric)2 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon garamasala1 teaspoon red chilli powder or according taste1 sachet tomato paste¼ cup yoghurt / sourmilk1 tablespoon oil2 tablespoon lemon juice2 fresh garlic slicedfew green chillies slicedchopped dhania (coriander) & spring onions Mix all the above ingredients & add to onions. Cook until oil comes to the surface. Add 1 can of tuna. Cook for 5 minutes remove from stove & empty contents in a dish. Sprinkle some rice at the bottom of pot. Add the tuna mixture over the rice. Put potatoes in between. Sprinkle some fried onions. Cover with rest of the rice . Cover the rice with fried onions, put the egg's & sprinkle the saffron water over the rice. Steam on the stove on high for 5 minutes until sizzling then put in oven & steam for +- 30 to 45 minutes. Serve with dhai & tomatoe sambles Tomato Sambles tomatoesonionsgreen chillesspring onionsvinegarsalt chop everything & mix with vinegar & salt.