Why the new hyderabad biryan, house-made dishes have gone viral
hyderpur: The biryu, a dish made from lentils and curd, has become popular among the dum-biryani crowd in Hyderabad.
While the traditional dish is eaten in traditional areas, it has become the popular option in Hyderabadi areas.
“We are now enjoying the biryans more and more,” said Anuradha Rao, a resident of Hyderabad, adding that it was also served at weddings and weddings-related functions.
“I like the taste.
I do not like the fact that I have to boil it first.
The smell is so good.”
The dish is also popular among foreigners and tourists, and has become a favorite of the students.
“They are so excited to come here for their studies and get to eat a meal of their choice,” said Arun, a student of Delhi University, adding, “It’s a great way to enjoy Hyderabad for people of all ages.”
It is believed that the dish originated from the country of Bhutan, which is located in the Himalayas.
“It is believed to be the earliest dish known to mankind, but it has been adapted from a variety of cultures,” said Dr. A.N. Bhaskar, head of the Department of Food Sciences and Technology at The University of Hyderabad.
The dum is also made from vegetables and rice, along with spices.
“There are many varieties of the dish, ranging from curd rice and onions to kadai, lentil curd and potato curd,” said Rao, adding it is usually served with a curd.
While curd is considered to be better, it is also more absorbent than lentils.
“Lentils have a better flavor, and the taste is much richer,” said Bhaskara.
“Also, curd has a long shelf life.”
Some of the dums are also baked in a way that keeps them soft and chewy, which has also made them popular in the past.
“A large number of people eat it for its aroma and flavor, but there are also many who enjoy the taste and smell,” said a resident in Hyderbad, adding many people like to eat it at weddings, and for its medicinal benefits.
“People also like to take it to celebrations to help them cope with stress,” said the resident.
“The dum was popularised in Hyderad by the British, and it became the national dish.”
Some Hyderabads also take a dip in it to feel the flavors of the region, especially during festivals.
“When people go to a wedding, they want to taste the dud,” said A.S. Jadakota, president of Hyderbad Chamber of Commerce.
“But people in the community prefer the taste of the bramadhi biryak, which contains lentils.”
“This is an option that many people can enjoy, since they can take it home with them.”
“The popularity of the local food is really going to change the way people think about Hyderabad and the country,” said Krishna, a Hyderabad resident, adding the baryans are also becoming more popular at festivals.
While there are no official statistics for the number of dum restaurants, there are reports that the number has grown steadily over the past few years.
“This makes Hyderabad the most popular destination for the banyan dum,” said D.P. Rao, an official at the Hyderabad Economic Development Corporation (HECD), adding that Hyderabad has over 15,000 biryanas.
“If people want to have a dish of their own, it’s best to take a meal there.”
Hyderabad also has its own dum market.
“Hyderabad has become an important market for the manufacture of biryas and curds, and they are made here in the main,” said S. Raman, a member of the Hyderabada Chamber of Business.
“Many people are buying their own biryana, or are buying biryatas from other parts of the country.”
“They prefer Hyderabad because it is cheaper and it’s a safe place to be,” said an official from the local Chamber of Economic Development.