Why Is Chicken Biryani So Popular

The word that instantly lifts your spirits and moods would possibly be “Biryani”. Swiggy’s online report of 2019 says that:-Biryani was the most ordered dish of the year. Indians ordered around 95 biryanis per minute in swiggy alone. Not only in 2019, but it was the most ordered food in 2017 and 2018 as well. Making it the winner over any other dish( even pizzas and burgers )for three years in a row. This scrumptious food is “the favourite food of Indians”, would be an understatement. Who doesn’t drool over a biryani! It is famous all over the world. But why? What are the reasons for its popularity? You can find the causes as you scroll down this article.

History Of Chicken Biryani

The origin of biryani is told to be in Persia and then brought to India by the Mughals. It was introduced first to feed soldiers and help cure malnutrition and prevent hunger by mixing rice, flesh and ghee in a pot.

How Is Chicken Biryani Made?

The ingredients added to it and its rich aroma while preparing and serving awakens your taste buds and increases appetite. As you taste each bite of the biryani, you get a flavourful delight of all the ingredients, in your mouth. These qualities make it more accessible.

Chicken biryani is prepared by first marinating the chicken pieces, preferably the chicken breasts. By adding freshly ground spices(garam masala), ginger garlic paste, salt, oil, lemon juice and half a cup of yoghurt the marination is done and is let to sit for a minimum of 2 hours.

And then thin slices of onion is fried till golden brown and kept separately. Meanwhile, 2 cups of basmati rice are soaked in water for 20 minutes and then the rice cooks in boiling water with spices for precisely 7 minutes.Then the actual cooking starts, by adding ghee and oil in a large saucepan.Add the marinated chicken pieces along with the masala and cook it for some time.After 15 mins, half of the cooked rice is added, and a layer of mint leaves, coriander leaves and fried onion are placed over it along with some chicken curry. Another layer of cooked rice is added and again seasoned with mint, coriander and fried onion. Finally, saffron soaked in a small cup of milk and two tablespoons of ghee are added to the pan to give a beautiful colour to our delicious biryani. Adding a quarter cup of water on top will prevent the rice from becoming very dry. Now the biryani is covered and cooked in medium flame for about 15 mins.

The fame is then switched off, the lid is not opened immediately, but let to sit for some 10 mins for the flavour of the chicken to get absorbed well in the rice as well.

Now, the appealing, delectable ‘Chicken Biryani’ is ready.

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What Is The Science Behind Chicken Biryani

If we look closely at the cooking of this impressive rice dish, we will be amazed and surprised about the science behind it. As we’ve seen, in the cooking procedure first the meat is added with some water, and then the rice is added. Therefore when it is heated, it generates steam from the chicken and allows it to penetrate through the rice giving it a rich taste and flavour. On the other hand, if a part of the rice is added first followed by the chicken and then some more rice, there is very less or no steam generated. Hence, the steam may flavour the top layer of rice , whereas the bottom layer does not get the steam and remains unflavoured.

Why Is Chicken Biryani Popular

Chicken biryani is famous and highly sought after by people of all ages, as it appeals to every generation and palate. From kids to granny’s, everyone gorges on this food fit for a king. The popularity is because it appeals and satisfies all your senses of taste, sight and smell. It is high in flavour, because of the spices like cinnamon, cloves, bay leave and others. It has a rich colour resulting from the saffron milk. And also because of the tempting aroma of the dish, it is very popular. Chicken biryani is a complete meal and provides abundant protein as well.

Why Choose Us?

Reading all these procedures and the thought of preparing a chicken biryani by yourself may seem daunting, especially after a long tiring day. But it does not mean that you have to deprive yourself of this saporous dish. We at our kitchen work hard with our capable and responsible chefs to provide you with a top-notch chicken biryani experience. At our place, we make available for you different types of biriyanis. Like, Ambur biryani, Mughlai biryani, Hyderabadi biryani , Dum biryani, Thalapakatti biryani and many more. Customer satisfaction is our primary concern. Hence the chicken biryanis you get are cooked with love and passion. There is no compromise in the quality of the ingredients used, and it is also made in hygienic surroundings. So, all that you get from our kitchen is like homemade food from the professionals. We have also made it available for you to get it right at your doorsteps directly from our Cloud kitchen. You can order your favourite chicken biryani from cloud kitchen through swiggy, zomato, uber eats and others.

Conclusion

As presented in the article, Chicken Biryani is a yummy dish that makes us all drool. If you are a biryani lover, just as I am, you will know that chicken biryani is not just a dish, its an emotion. You can have it at any time of the day for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks. It can help you manage your mood swings as well. And cloud kitchen will be the ideal place for all your biryani dreams to come true!


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