Ten Delicious and Different Styles of Indian Biryani

Each community and region of India has its own traditional style of making biryani, some of the most famous styles of biryani in the different part of the country are delicious Hyderabadi Biryani,Lucknowi Biryani, and tasty Malabar Biriyani.

Lucknowi Biryani

Lucknowi-Biryani

The Lucknowi Biryani also known as Awadhi Biryani is very much popular in Lucknow and Delhi, originated from the Moghul Cuisine. Lucknowi Awadhi Mutton biryani,Lucknowi Mutton Biryani and Lucknowi Murgh Biryani, Lucknowi Chicken Biryani and Dum Gosht Lucknowi Biryani are the most famous types of Awadhi Biryani.

Hyderabadi Biryani

Hyderabadi-Chicken-Biryani

The delicious Hyderabadi Biryani is made with basmati rice and lamb meat or chicken and serverd with yogurt and onions. Hyderabadi Biryani has two types Kachchi Biryani1 and Pakki Biryani both has its own of making. Hyderabadi Haleem, Mughlai and Kababs are well famous and listed as must have dishes while visiting India.

Calcutta Biryani

Calcutta-Biryani

Kolkata biryani is evolved from the Awadhi style biryani and has rich taste and flavour. The unique style of making Calcutta biryani with much lighter spices and distinct flavour and yellowish color makes it different as compared to other styles of biryani.

Dindigul Biriyani

Dindigul-Biriyani

The Dindigul Thalapakatti Biryani is much famous in the states of Tamil Nadu along with other major cities in India. Dindigul Biriyani is popular for its unique taste and rich spicy aroma and favorite among the most Non-veg lovers.

Malabar Biriyani

Malabar-Biriyani

The Kerala style biriyani or Malabar Biriyani can be made with chicken, egg, mutton and fish. Malabar Biriyani is available at Malabar region and along with coast from Kozhikode, Malappuram, Kannur to Kasargod.

Bhatkali Biryani

Bhatkali-Biryani

The Bhatkali biryani is the specialty of coastal region of Karnataka and part of the Navayath cuisine. distinct color, taste and flavor along with various kind, which includes mutton, fish, chicken and shrimp makes it quite different from others across India.

Beary Biryani

Beary-Biryani

Beary Biryani is the light, less spicy and is easy to digest dish from the Muslim Community in Dakshina Kannada. Beef, chicken, mutton, fish and prawns are used for the Beary biryani and flavoured with ghee and many local spices.

Bombay Biryani

Bombay-Biryani

The mouth watering dish from the deram city of Mumbai, Bombay Biryani is perfect combination of flavoring spices and excellent flavor. As each region has some unique ingredients that adds a distinct taste to biryani,Bombay Biryani ingredients are meat, rice, salt, onions, ginger and garlic paste, yogurt and all Indian spices.

Sindhi Biryani

Sindhi-Biryani

The popular dish is made with special meat and rice along with its spicy has quite a distinct aroma. Sindhi Biryani is more spicy and tasty biryani is serverd with raita and salad.

Memoni Biryani

Memoni-Biryani

The Memoni Biryani is quite similar to Sindhi Biryani made with lamb, yogurt and fried onions. Memoni Biryani is developed by the Memon ethnic group and available with little variations brought by different region.