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we love biryaniOMG! we love biryani. So much that we made it our tag line. We have tasted almost all the flavours of Indian biryani other than few. Even we cooked few recipes too.

History of Biryani:

According to Pratibha Karan, the biryani is of South Indian origin, derived from pilaf varieties brought to the Indian subcontinent by the Arab traders. She speculates that the pulao was an army dish in medieval India. The armies, unable to cook elaborate meals, would prepare a one-pot dish where they cooked rice with whichever meat was available. Over time, the dish became biryani due to different methods of cooking, with the distinction between “pulao” and “biryani” being arbitrary. According to Vishwanath Shenoy, the owner of a biryani restaurant chain in India. One branch of biryani comes from the Mughals, while another was brought by the Arab traders to Malabar in South India.

Our History of Biryani:

First it was all about mom’s super tasty chicken biryani. Later we found the real flavours of few biryani prepared by the native’s. That was when we found the right flavour and understood that hotels just carry the title not the flavour. From then our curving for biryani went uncontrolled. We started to search and every time when ate biryani it gave us satisfaction and energy. Later we found when we eat biryani, we write a lot. Now, biryani has become secret of our energy. So we LOVE BIRYANI!

– Vinoth Kumar & Team