3 Types of Biryanis You Should Try At Least Once

We Indians love Biryani, be it vegetarian or non-vegetarian! Biryani is made with fine basmati rice, spices, clarified butter, and herbs. Then, either vegetable, chicken, mutton or Paneer is added to it and mixed to get the pleasant aroma. Biryani is a blend of various Indian spices that add the flavor and aroma to rice. To describe biryani in one single sentence, we would say it is rice cooked with different spices, in different ways. From around 15 – 20 types of biryani made in India, let us see the 3 best, which you should try at least once.

1)    Subz-e-Biryani – Another name for vegetable biryani, Subz-e-Biryani is the ideal pick for all vegetarians. It is made with aromatic basmati rice, authentic spices, and fresh vegetables. While making this Biryani at home, you may have to wait for at least 1 and a half to 2 hours to let it cook perfectly, but when you have ready to eat biryani, it will be ready in just a few minutes! Fazlani Foods’ Ready to Eat Subz-e-Biryani, tastes as delicious as the one made at home, and yes it is ready to eat too! No more waiting!  

2)    Lucknowi Biryani – Also known as Awadhi Biryani, this royal dish hails from Lucknow and Delhi. Originated from the Mughal cuisine, Lucknowi Biryani can be either made with chicken or mutton. This delicious treat also has other sub-types like Dum Biryani and Dum Murgh Biryani.

3)    Bombay Biryani – This delectable dish comes from India’s dream city, Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay). Bombay Biryani is made with aromatic basmati rice, authentic spices, curd, onions, and the main ingredient of your choice. It can be made with chicken, mutton or vegetables and paneer.

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