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    biryani

    isn't biryani one of the best rice dishes ever, it is eaten in Middle East and south asia. There are so many kinds of biryanis too from different regions in the middle east and south asia, have you guys tried it?


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    Top thread. The best biryani in the whole wide world? My mom's!

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    lol where are u from?

    the best one i had was at this place called Karachi Biryani or something man that was so good, i ate so much that i couldn't walk lol/

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    i also love shrimp and seafood biryani, the ones in Mumbai are great.


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    Biryani is overrated IMO. Give me palao any day of the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    Biryani is overrated IMO. Give me palao any day of the week.
    Nahh, biryani is way better .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator View Post
    Nahh, biryani is way better .
    Matter of taste really.

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    biryani and palao are both good in their own ways, The only thing with biryani is that there are so many types so thats the really good thing about it.

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    My friend asked me what should we cook for you tonight ? Chicken roast or Briyani ?
    I replied " Chicken "... he asked why ?? I told him that "it has more meat in it and less BS " And in the briyani dishes I have to search for the meat pieces !!
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    what is it ?


    food duh...but erm..what's in it? ;p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kweek View Post
    what is it ?


    food duh...but erm..what's in it? ;p
    Biryani is a family of Middle Eastern, Southern Asian dishes made from a mixture of spices, rice (usually basmati), meat/vegetables and yogurt. There are many kinds of biryanis and each kind has a uniqueness about it. The spices and condiments used in biryani are what primarily contribute to the taste; these are generally cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, wasabi, bay leaves, coriander and mint leaves, apart from ghee, ginger, onions, garlic and yoghurt. The premium varieties include saffron. For a non-vegetarian biryani, the main ingredient that accompanies the spices is the meatóchicken, goat, lamb or sometimes beef, though vegetable biryani varieties are also popular. The dish is served with raita, korma, curry or a sour dish of brinjal.

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    pretty tasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    Biryani is overrated IMO. Give me palao any day of the week.
    Willing to agree with that, but being a vegetarian either of them are quite similar ITBT.
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    tried it a few times and loved it. Would love to get my hands on a good homestyle recipe and give making it myself a bash...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dass View Post
    lol where are u from?

    the best one i had was at this place called Karachi Biryani or something man that was so good, i ate so much that i couldn't walk lol/

    Hmm maybe if you look near his/hers avatar it might say?



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