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What do you like about biryani?
The aroma of cooking Biryani wafting from the kitchen is enough to make you drool. A melodious union of rice, spices and meat, this lip smacking dish is rich and packed with calories.
Why do u like biryani?
It’s colourful appearance, rich garnishing , great aroma, mouth watering taste makes it more tempting. Tasty masala and juicy meat are the showstoppers, and they decide the taste of biryani. These are the reasons why I like biryani. Every foodie must try this dish and share it with others too.
Why is biryani delicious?
Originally from Persia, and introduced in India by Mughal rulers, the dish is a delight to eat and a challenge for chefs to prepare. In a perfect pot of biryani, every grain of rice is separate, yet infused with aromas of various spices and has meat or vegetables paired with it.
What do you serve biryani with?
It is unusual in India to serve just one dish on it’s own; the Biryani is often served with a selection of yoghurt and onions, roasted aubergines, or a salad made with onion, carrot, cucumber and lemon wedges.
How do you comment on food tasting?
How’s It Taste?
- Tastes great! Eating something delicious right now?
- Really good! Here’s something else you could say instead of delicious.
- Wow, [this food] is amazing!
- This [food] is too [flavor] for me/for my taste.
- It could use a little more/less…
What is the meaning of biryani stamp?
Biryani depicted on a 2017 stamp of India Biryani (/ bɜːrˈjɑːni /) is a mixed rice dish originating among the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. It is made with Indian spices, rice, and meat usually that of chicken, goat, lamb, prawn, fish, and sometimes, in addition, eggs or vegetables such as potatoes in certain regional varieties.
What makes a good biryani in Hyderabad?
Fluffy rice – Many restaurants in Hyderabad serve great biryani but the rice tends to stick. A fluffy, flavorful rice that does not stick is a major indication of a good biryani Fall off the bone chicken – Hyderabadi chicken dum biryani comes with big chunks of meat – be it chicken or mutton.
Where did biryani originate from?
One could conclude that the biryani originated in Iran (modern day Persia). Another interesting story traces the origins of the dish to Mumtaz Mahal (1593-1631), Shah Jahan’s queen who inspired the Taj Mahal. It is said that she once visited army barracks and found the army personnel under-nourished.
What are the different types of spices in biryani?
The premium varieties include saffron. In all biryani, the main ingredient that accompanies the spices is the chicken or goat meat; special varieties might use beef or seafood instead. The dish may be served with dahi chutney or raita, korma, curry, a sour dish of aubergine (brinjal), boiled egg (optional), and salad.