Biryani is a symphony of aromas, color and texture played by the various spices & condiment that goes into making it. Though this dish is originated from the land of Persia, there is an endless list of Indian biryanis that will make you believe it is an Indian delicacy. You just need to name any region in India and they have their special Biryani to boast upon. Biryanis also make for a perfect delicacy to serve in Indian wedding menu due to its authentic flavor and delectable taste.
Scroll down to check some exotic biryani from the different parts of India that you must consider having on your wedding menu:
Hyderabadi biryani is worldwide known for its aromatic smell and rich flavors. It is one such variety of biryani that prepared by marinating the meat with yogurt, spices/aromas, and oil, and then cooking this marinated meat with par-boiled rice, which makes it completely unique and different from the other biryanis.
Amongst the most well-known biryanis is the Lucknowi biryani that attracts a large number of people to try it. Also known as Awadhi biryani, this biryani gets prepared using multiple spicy packets of various ingredients and truly stands out in terms of flavors and taste. In Lucknowi biryani, a marinated chicken is later added on to the biryani for the rich flavors.
Calcutta biryani has its own charm as it clearly evokes myriad of emotions the moment it appears on the table. In Kolkata biryani, a deep-fried potato is added on to the biryani instead of expensive meat, which turns it into a whole new mouth-watering dish. This biryani is slightly sweet and lightly spiced and makes for a perfect dish to serve to your guests.
While other biryani uses basmati rice, Thalassery biryani prepared using Jeerakasala rice or small-grain khyma and a lot of ghee. What makes this biryani unique is that all the ingredients are cooked separately and later on combined for a delightful taste. Instead of chicken and mutton, this biryani get served with prawn or fish.
Biryani straight from the Kozhikode in Kerala, Malabar biryani again gets cooked in dum style. It comes garnished with sautéed dry fruits and varieties like chicken, mutton, fish and prawn. This biryani get its color from the fried onions. You will surely fall in love with its exotic aroma.
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