Top facts about Biryani I bet you don't know

Biryani

Briyani

The biryani is made from freshly cooked aromatic rice, a mixture of spices and your favorite meat.


Everyone can agree that there is no greater love than love over biryani! Biryani is not food, it is a feeling.


Let us now know the key facts:

Origin of Biryani


Each state, culture, subculture, and region has created its own version of biryani, and they either defend or fight for their version of biryani as the best version.


 The word 'biryani' is derived from the Persian word brian, which means roasted before cooking.


 There is various information about biryani and its origin and its history in India.


In 1398, Turk conquered the Mongols and brought Timur Briyani to India.


There is another report that biryani was first brought to the southern Malabar coast of India by Arab traders.


It is also said that biryani is like a dish mentioned in Tamil literature.


 The depth of the spices used to cook biryani in the south of India is truly incomparable.


 The biryani made in this part of India is very strong and comes with a sense of belonging, so it is believed that the origin of the biryani lies in the southern part of India.


The most viewed food biryani on Google in 2020


Of all the biryani, Hyderabad and Lucknow are the most popular.


India’s love for biryani makes it even more so.


 No biryani in 2019, especially chicken biryani, has become the most sought after Indian food in the world.


Methods of cooking biryani


Biryani is cooked in a variety of ways, the most famous of which is the process of cooking on dame focket, i.e. show fire.


Dame Phuket, a round, heavy-bottomed pot used in cooking, preferably one-handed (clay pot), in which food is sealed and cooked over low heat.


 It is the most popular and traditional method of cooking biryani but many modern techniques like steamed biryani, charcoal biryani and horoscope biryani have been developed.


There are 2 types of biryani and the version of its culinary style is Karachi biryani.


 Types of Biryani


There are different types of biryani in India and around the world, but 8 types of biryani have made their mark - Aampur, Malabar, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Lucknow / Avadi biryani, and many more.


Initially, biryani was cooked only on a piece of meat called mutton, but now it is cooked with chicken, fish, eggs and vegetables.


 Biryani was made in India before the first Mughal emperor conquered India.


 There is no difference between the 16th century Mughal Ain Akbar Briyani.


Ingredients for Briyani


Ingredients vary depending on the area and the type of meat or vegetable used in cooking.


 The main ingredient with rice is meat. As is common in the dishes of the Indian subcontinent, vegetables are also used in the preparation of biryani, also known as vegetable biryani.


 The spices and seasonings used in biryani include ghee, nutmeg, spices, pepper, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, bay leaves, coriander, mint leaves, ginger, onion, tomato, green chillies and garlic.


 Premium varieties include saffron.


 Of all the biryani, the main ingredient that comes with the spices is chicken and mutton.


This dish can be served with chutney, gorma, curry, boiled egg and salad.


Biryani has a great history and comes with a variety of different recipes.


 Biryani is one of the most celebrated food in India and is a must have item on the menu for any occasion in India.


Now I know that this information given has inspired you, what are you waiting for? Enjoy your favorite biryani.

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