We only use quality ingredients. We are proud to share that we make our own Golden Rice “masala” from raw ingredients. We never use ready-made masalas as it goes against our values and these “packet masalas” are full of preservatives.
We use proper biryani rice. These are long rice grains “basmati” rice that grow double the size when we leave them in water for a set amount of time. You can see how long the rice are in our product photos.
Do you put saffron or color in your rice?Allan Bantucan2023-08-03T09:53:13+08:00
This is where the magic happens. The marinate is made using yoghurt, mixed spices, masalas, onions, nutmeg, mace, black cardamom, green cardamom, Kashmiri chillis, dried rose petals to name a few and the meat is thoroughly mixed through.
Adding dairy can help reduce the amount of spice in food and also provide a cooling effect. You should add raita (curd) to the dish to adjust the spice levels. Apart from adding in the dish, you should drink milk rather than water to reduce the effect of hot spicy food.
What makes Hyderabadi biryani different and special?Allan Bantucan2023-08-03T09:56:46+08:00
Hyderabadi Biryani is said to be spicier and savory. It is made in the form of Dum and has a lot of Saffron. Combining basmati rice and chicken makes Hyderabadi biryani distinguishable from others. The presentation and the pungent spices are the hallmarks of Hyderabadi.
Hyderabadi biryani (also known as Hyderabadi dum biryani) is a style of biryani originating from Hyderabad, India made with basmati rice and meat (mostly mutton). Originating in the kitchens of the Nizam of Hyderabad, it combines elements of Hyderabadi and Mughlai cuisines. Hyderabad biryani is a key dish in Hyderabadi cuisine, and it is so famous that the dish is considered synonymous with the city of Hyderabad.
Is biryani supposed to be spicy?Allan Bantucan2023-08-03T09:57:11+08:00