There is no fixed time for hunger, and we always want something tasty to fill the stomach and kill the hunger strike, sometimes it becomes really hard to decide what to cook in that case. Briyani is the answer to it. It is great in taste and easy to make.
Biryani is made mainly of rice and other ingredients, a mixture of half-cooked rice and spices curry. It is made with Indian spices, rice, and meat (Vegetables, chicken, beef, goat, pork, lamb, prawn, or fish), and sometimes, in addition, eggs and/or potatoes in certain regional varieties. It is famous in Saudi, Kurdistan, Iraq, etc.
The origin of Biryani is not confirmed, but it can be traced back during the time of the Mughal era, (Mughal cuisine), and Lucknow is considered to be its place of origin. People from far Regions also love Biryani very much. Biryani contains rice and meat, which individually Carrie source of protein, like rice magnesium, vitamin E, zinc, potassium, and phosphorus.
And Mutton is very rich in iron and maybe a good food option for people with anemia, other meats are good for bone and heart health, helps in building muscle, and rich in protein. It can be cooked easily.
Did You Know?
Biryani came from Persia and the word Biryani is derived from the Persian word Birian. It means ‘fried before cooking’ and the Persian word for rice is Birinj.