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Be it a celebration, vacation, or a weekend getaway - 'Biryani' is the first thing to cross our minds when it comes to food. Well, why not! This culinary art is the epitome of skilled Royal Khansamas of the Mughal Era.

Being cherished by all ages, this nawabi cuisine is a dish that brings generations together. But what makes Indian Biryani so delicious?

Punched with aromatic spices and garnished with healthy veggies/meat and rice, Biryani is the most wholesome meal ancient India has produced. Over the centuries, the repertoire of this dish happened in many other forms like Lucknowi, Hyderabadi, Kolkata, Guntur, Nilgiri, Sindhi, Ambur Biryani's more.

With so much love and fandom, wherever we go, almost every menu has 'different styles of biryanis in it.

But which one to order for yourself?A  Well, fret not! We're here to ease your dilemma! If you're looking to savor India's favorite Biryani, 'Hyderabadi Biryani' is the answer to your cravings. Want to know why? Let's find out ahead.

Hyderabad's Key Dish

Hyderabad is hailed for its incredible culinary heritage and history of ancient recipes. One such iconic cuisine of Hyderabad is - the 'Biryani,' which depicts the true tradition and Mughlai culture of old Hyderabad. This lip-smacking meal is enough to lure Indians towards it by the name itself.

The Most Ordered Biryani

Hyderabadi Biryani is the most popular biryani in India because of its meticulous blend of spices, nestled with the tenderness of meat and veggies. Its colorful texture and flavorful aroma reach your senses to transform your meals into a satisfying experience. No other biryani matches the number of spices used in it. Moreover, the use of naturally aged basmati rice makes it a perfect go-to meal which is light on stomach too.

After all, It's Dum Biryani!

Hyderabadi Biryanis are also called 'Hyderabadi Dum Biryani' as this style originates from the royal kitchen of Nizam of Hyderabad, where Khansamas used the 'dum-pukht' method, later known as dum-cooking. The secret to this delicacy lies in the Mughlai art of slow-cooking in dough-sealed earthen pots called handi. This art perfectly binds the flavours with aromatic spices, rice and meat/veggies to make a pot of melting flavours.

Subtleties and Intensities of Spices

Hyderabadi Biryani uses exotic spices with the right intensities and subtleties to tickle the higher notes of your taste. Whereas, if you try Lucknowi or Kolkata Biryani, it ensures more aromatic indulgence with mild spices. Hyderabadi style is one of its kind that involves a robust mix of spices and flavours. It wouldn't be wrong to say - anything this rich in Indian condiments is one exquisite symbol of India's culture.

The Cooking Method

Hyderabadi Biryanis are usually known as Kacchi Biryani - a cooking method where raw meat chunks and rice are cooked together inside a sealed handi. Here, the raw succulent chicken (kaccha meat) is tossed with aromatic basmati rice, on the base of fragrant flavours and spices in a sealed handi using 'Dum-Pukht' method. This cooking process amalgamates flavours of each ingredient like no other and is the reason behind the supreme taste of Hyderabadi Biryani.

It's the Best of Both Worlds

Biryani has the power to unite and split people with different preferences and tastes. Yet, Hyderabadi biryani continues to bind us all spicy-lovers together with its rich and traditional taste. Moreover, it gives you both Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian options to devour in. Its mouth-melting flavour is the outcome of Hyderabad's cuisines mingled with finest artistry of Mughal period.

A Royal Cuisine

Back in 1930, when the Mughals ruled Hyderabad, its regional cuisines got influenced by Mughlai culture. The recipe originated in the royal kitchen with a combination of elements from both local and Mughlai cuisines. This unique recipe soon became an integral part of the Royal feast because of its appetizing value and has been savored for ages since then.

So now you know why Biryani lovers can't resist this original and foremost form of Biryani. Long carved in the hearts of people, this is absolutely a must-try cuisine of India. So go for it if you haven't already!

Dive right into the truly traditional taste of Biryani by Kilo. Why hustle when you can order from BBK Website/App. Get freshly cooked biryanis on every order as it doesn't believe in reheating! Order online or visit the nearest dine-in outlet to relish authentic Dum-Cooked Handi Biryanis mastered with time, love, patience, and grace. What are you waiting for?!