Journey for the love of biryani: Over 100 Tantalizing Recipes
Biryani is the one special dish that
certainly speaks to our taste buds from a platter with flavors gathered from
different parts of the Indian subcontinent and the world outside. Even the name
can be spelled in various ways: biryani, buriyani, biriani, breyani, etc. These
remind us of the different shades it comes in, which are unique to the different
regions, cultures, traditions and styles of cooking.
In this book, the authors have laid out over
100 tantalizing Biryani recipes from in and around India (Awadhi to Hyderabadi
biryani) as well as the globe (Iranian to Durban biryani). They all hold in
their core, traditional values, ingredients and varied styles, which make each
one of them unique.
To top it
all the book has tips that include information on meat cuts, rice variations
(tehri, pulao, and pilaf), Indian pot-style cooking (Degchi, or handi), side
accompaniments including wine pairings and many more things supporting both
Indian and International styles of cooking.
Recipes, Keep Calm and add some Dum to your Biryani!
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explored various cultures and cuisines across the globe. With a passion for
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He loves to experiment with new dishes and uses locally grown organic
ingredients with an eye for detail, presentation and color. His motto is to pay
respect to the ingredients and pour love into food. He believes in “Do
what you love and love what you do”, and this book is the first step towards
Chicken Biryani Durban Style
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