Latest Biryani Recipes

Below you will find a complete list of Biryani recipes including the popular and the lesser known recipes. There are a lot of different tastes when it comes to food, so it’s best to experiment with a variety of different dishes before deciding what you like best.

Latest Recipes

Prawn biryani is a dish originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is made by cooking rice with spices, prawns and tomatoes in a pot. It …

Turkey biryani is a delicious Middle Eastern dish that can be prepared in 30 minutes. It can be served as side dish or main course …

Chicken biryani is an Indian dish which is made with rice, spices and meat. The biryani is a popular dish in India and Pakistan. It …

The word Biryani is derived from an amalgamation of Persian words “Birian” and “Birinj” which mean “fried before cooking” and “rice”, respectively. Biryani as a …

Mutton ki Roast is a an easy to make roasted mutton recipe. If you are a Mutton lover, then this is a must have recipe. …

Chicken Ishtu (or also known as Chicken Ishtoo) is a quick and easy to make tasty chicken side dish. Typically served with naans or parathas, …

Mutton Biryani is a very popular dish across India. With numerous regional variations, it is a dish often found in weddings or special occasions. This …

Ingredients: Crabs – 3, big Onions – 3 Tomatoes – 3 Green Chillies – 3 Basmati Rice – 500 gms Turmeric Powder – 1 tsp …

  Ingredients: Minced Mutton – 1 1/2 kgs Basmati Rice – 1 kg Onions – 6, chopped Tomatoes – 6, chopped Ginger Garlic Paste – …

Ingredients: Mutton – 1 kg, chopped Basmati Rice – 1 kg Curd – 1 cup Onions – 6, chopped Tomatoes – 6, chopped Ginger Garlic …

Ingredients: Basmati Rice – 1 kg Mutton – 1 kg,, chopped into bite sized pieces Onions – 6, finely chopped Tomatoes – 4, finely chopped …

A very popular Biryani from Lucknow. Also known as Lucknow Biryani

Chettinad style Mutton Biryani

Keema Khichdi – Minced Lamb with Rice

Biryani Recipes

Biryani/ Biriyani or Biriani is an epitome of the Indian Culinary arts and requires no introduction. This one pot meal has satiated the hunger pangs, ranging from normal to weird, for many since centuries. Considering the type of ingredients that go into making it, some might even consider it a balanced meal.

While many may claim it a national treasure, the Biryani, traces its origins to Persia. Biryani is derived from the Persian word “Birian“, which means ‘fried before cooking’ and “Birinj“, the Persian word for rice. It is generally accepted that the Mughals brought the dish to India at the time of their rule. With its humble begins there, it underwent many changes in the royal kitchens, making it one of the reasons for it being associated with royalty. Having said this, it was during Shah Jahan’s rule that Biryani, literally, became a one-pot, wholly nutritious meal for the Mughal Army.

Biryani has always originally been associated with meat, specifically mutton or lamb. Over time, variations have included chicken, fish, prawns and also beef. Chicken and Mutton biryanis are still considered all time favourites and each community has perfected their style of the biryani over centuries. Even today, the most delicious Briyanis are often associated with Muslim communities, many of which have time-tested recipes that have been handed down across generations.

A fan already? Then you must try out our collection of Non Vegetarian Biryani recipes

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