If there is one dish that countless Indians swear by, it has to be Biryani. The one-pot delight is layered with a myriad of flavors, and an array of earthy textures and aromas to create an irresistible meal. Biryani sparks endless discussions and debates among ardent foodies online. We really don’t need a reason to try this delicious dish! This year, International Biryani Day is celebrated on July 3 – a day to officially go ahead and feast your senses with delicious biryani. We have compiled a list of 7 classic biryani recipes that every food lover should try, especially on the occasion of International Biryani Day.
Here are 7 classic biryani recipes to celebrate International Biryani Day 2022:
1. Kashmiri Biryani
Tender pieces of lamb and rice mixed with the aroma of saffron and kora water, this Kashmiri styled biryani is something you will really enjoy.
2. Meat Mandi Biryani
Popular during Indian festivities, mutton mandi biryani is cooked in lamb broth for the extra deliciousness that flows from the inside.
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3. Kolkata Chicken Biryani
Authentic Kolkata style biryani is incomplete without the use of potatoes and the unique “Bengali Masala Biryani” which is simply out of this world.
4. Hyderabadi Dom Biryani
Can we think of biryani without Hyderabadi dum biryani appearing on the menu? This great recipe uses uncooked chicken in layers at the bottom of the skillet.
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5. Malabar Fish Biryani
If you enjoy the flavors of the south, the Malabar fish biryani is a must-try. Pair it with Raita and make a healthy meal in itself!
6. Kathal Biryani
This kathal biryani recipe is popular with vegetarians and non-vegetarians. The creamy texture of kathal perfectly balances the preparation of aromatic rice.
(Also Read: 6 Delicious Vegetarian Biryani Recipes)
7. Vegetable Dum Biryani
A great biryani recipe with a variety of vegetables, this Veg Dum Biryani is a must for all the vegetarians out there.
So, celebrate International Biryani Day by making your favorite Biryani at home! Did we miss your favorite biryani recipe? Tell us in the comments section.
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