What does a good day for a food lover should look like? A bowl of Hyderabadi biryani! That’s a wholesome meal for a biryani lover because it’s full of flavours, aroma and authentic Hyderabadi taste. But not just a foodie but Hyderabadi biryani is loved by everyone around the globe.
And it’s a myth that the restaurants can deliver the real taste of biryani. We all have tried cooking biryani at home following those hundreds of recipes and ingredients, but the taste has not come the same as the dum-biryani that we order from the Mughlai restaurants.
What if we suggest you some of the secrets tips to cook the best biryani at home without any hassle and in just 15 minutes! Because cooking biryani is no less than art, but the art comes out beautiful only when the contents in your palette are right. So hang in here, we have brought some awesome tips that help you make the delicious Hyderabadi biryani of your dreams at home without spending prolonged cooking hours in kitchen.
So, let’s get started with the tips.
1. Choosing the right kind of Rice
Rice is a key ingredient of biryani. It’s important to use the right quality of rice to get the best results, like biryani should have long rice grain – basmati. Basmati rice has a feature of absorbing aroma and flavours adequately.
The broken rice grains usually stick to each other while making biryani, they are more apt for cooking pulao or khichdi whereas, the long grain basmati rice do not stick with each other which hence gives the Hyderabadi biryani a great taste and rich texture.
2. Rice to Meat Ratio
The biryani comes out delicious when it has the ample quantity of juicy chicken or meat in it. Biryani with less meat and more rice or biryani with more meat and less rice is not the desired proportion, when the proportion is inappropriate the authentic taste in biryani get slipped off.
Hence, following the golden ratio of rice and meat can help you achieve the pro-position of cooking a perfect biryani. The ideal rice to meat ratio is to take equal quantity of rice and meat, i.e. the ratio should be 1:1. That means for 1kg rice you need 1kg of meat/chicken/lamb. If you are a meat lover, then you can shift the ratio a bit, you can make it 3:2 which means 3 portions of meat and 2 portions of rice. For example, you can take 750 grams of meat with 500grams of rice.
3. ChefBoss Hyderabadi Biryani Paste & ChefBoss Lucknowi Biryani Paste
If the biryani doesn’t have the right blend of spices then is it even a biryani? Or it’s rather going to a chicken pulao. The right spices used in the required quantity gives you authentic Hyderabadi biryani flavours. But how to figure as in which spice to use and when? So, can we give you a little surprise? Yes! ChefBoss Hyderabadi Biryani can do wonders…just one pack has it all! The authentic flavours with right blend of spices, what else do you need? This pack simply eliminates all the extra workout of planning and fetching multiple ingredients that a Hyderabadi biryani needs. All you need to do is just boil the rice, sauté some meat, add ready-to-cook biryani paste, dum it and enjoy. Boom! Everything done in 15minutes. The art of cooking Hyderabadi biryani was never so easy, isn’t it?
We hope, we made your day by giving you the above super-amazing secret tips to cook restaurant-style Hyderabadi biryani at home. Now, you can ditch those extra efforts of scrolling through hundreds of biryani recipes and hacks to make a perfect flavourful biryani. And we are very much sure that you are going to say #IAmChefBoss by surprising your loved ones that you can cook world’s best biryani in just 15mins!
You can explore our Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani recipe to get the best results.