Biryani is a food of God and there is no doubt that Biryani is one such thing which deserves to be the food of God.
The way rice is flavoured and transformed to a delightful taste in the name of Biryani. Firstly, have you ever thought
how biryani came to India?
Mughals and Arabs brought Biryani to the north and south of India respectively. The most notable Mughal areas
were popular for Biryani and the way each and every region used to prepare Biryani was different.
There is a wide difference between the cooking style in the north and south states. North India created a unique and
flavoured Biryani with vegetables. The most famous version of North Indian biryani is ‘Tehri’ – this is part
of a Sunday meal for northern families. The southern areas consume more rice than the north and make mouthwatering
transformations of rice. Hyderabad has 40 distinct varieties of Biryani and the most famous is Hyderabadi
Dum Biryani. Other southern varieties are from Tamil Nadu which has magnificent Biryanis in their Chettinad cuisine.