Biryanis From Different Parts Of India – (Part 8)
Must-try Biryanis from across India
India boasts of a rich food heritage that varies not only from state to state but also from city to city. There are innumerable versions of a single dish across the country and one such dish is Biryani. From veg to non-veg Biryani, there are so many flavourful Biryani versions available across India. Biryani is a nationally loved delicacy and is paired best with salan and raita. If you too are a hardcore Biryani version, then you need to know about these Biryani varieties. See all the upcoming parts of the article.
As the name suggests, Kataki Biryani belongs to the Cuttack region of Odisha. In this Biryani, mutton is first half-cooked and then given Dum along with rice. It is said that the dish originated in Persia and marched to India with Muslim soldiers. In those days, Biryani was cooked in bulk to feed the whole army, which needed its quota of carbohydrates and protein.