Hindustan Times


By Neha Yadav
Published Jan 14, 2023

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10 Lip-Smacking Biryanis You Must Try

Biryani is one of the most relished foods in India. It is enriched with a delicious mix of rice fused with spices and meat

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Here are 10 scrumptious Biryanis you must try

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Originating from the kitchen of Nizams, this aromatic biryani can be either made from raw marinated meat or cooked meat layered with rice

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Hyderabadi Biryani

Also known as Awadhi biryani, this biryani is cooked in a special style called Dum Pukht and flavoured with star anise, cinnamon and saffron

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Lucknowi Biryani

Named after the Muradabad city of UP, this biryani is traditionally prepared by cooking raw chicken with rice and spices

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Muradabadi Biryani

Originating in Kolkata, this biryani traces back to Lucknow's Awadhi-style biryani. It is cooked with boiled eggs and potatoes

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Kolkata Biryani

Recipe of this biryani roots back to Sindh province, modern-day Pakistan. It is infused with prune and potatoes and garnished with dry fruits

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Sindhi Biryani

As the name suggests, this biryani emerged from the Malabar region of Kerala. Relish this dish with Kerala special Pappadam

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Malabar Biryani

Tracing back to the Mughal era, Nizamuddin and Shahjahanabad biryani originated in Delhi.  They are known for their distinctive flavours

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Delhi Biryani

Traditionally, it is a veg dish cooked with rice, spices and veggies. Over the time, people started adding meat to it

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Tehri Biryani

This is one of the popular dishes in Chennai. It is made with local seeraga samba rice mixed with meat

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Dindigul Biryani

This biryani is another appetizing dish from Tamil Nadu. It is known for its special cooking style with meat marinated in curd

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Ambur Biryani

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