Janhvi Kapoor cooks Biryani for Shahid Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter(Page 6)

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Posted: 5 months ago

Originally posted by ffkhan


Sorry to burst your bubble but vegetable biryani has it's own identity and is quite popular in our continent. Any dish that is cooked with rice and highly seasoned with either meat, fish, or vegetables can be called as biryani. Neither everything can't be called as fried rice if you add garam masala to it. Nor it can't be called Pulao if vegetables and masalas are added there to a great extent. 

It's not an identity, it's an option created by restaurants for those who do not eat non vegetarian food which then became popular in the subcontinent. It's a choice not an identity. The identity of Biryani has always been rice+gosht, the reason why it was known to be a rich man's food since not all could afford meat. 'Veg Biryani' is popular in India because a sizeable number of people are vegetrians here but that doesn't mean it is Biryani.

The veg biryani in most restaurants are prepared the same way pulao is prepared. Layering is not enough, the main essence of Biryani is dum pukht which has been passed on for ages as a technique to cook meat and keep it tender. Vegetables don't need dum, they anyways get boiled easily so the whole technique of using dum is absent during the preparation of the veg biryani most restaurants serve here in India.

Veg biryani is a relatively new concept created mostly by restaurants to pull in the vegetrian crowd just like all these new concepts like 'vegan cheese' for nutritional yeast, 'vegan chicken' and all of that shitty jazz.

Go to Lucknow or Hyderabad or Ambur or Kolkata or have Thalessary Biryani or Memoni biryani or Bhatkali or Bhopali or Kachi Biryani or Kampuri Biryani, no matter where you go in India, all these styles of Biryani are served with mainly mutton or chicken and in memoni style prawns or fish. The root of Biryani is meat. It's there in cookery books and other recipe books since time immemorial. We got Biryani from the Persians and Mughals. They were only meat eaters. And in every pocket where Biryani is famous like I mentioned above, these biryanis are cooked and recipes are practiced mainly by the Muslim community who are meat eaters. So culturally and historically there is only ONE identity to Biryani. Which is rice+meat.

Vegeterians can go gaga over veg biryani or whatever they want to but that's not the original dish. That's not the real thing. THAT'S NOT BIRYANI!

So vegeterians should stop taking away cultural identity of non vegetrian food and go all ' yuck you eat non veg meat blah blah' when they themselves had to come up with a non existent concept called 'VEG BIRYANI' to satiate their cravings for a dish which is originally a non vegetrian one! Khao na ghaas phus humein kya hai, but stop calling that 'biryani' jab wahaan gosht ka naamo nishaan bhi nahin hai.smiley29


P.S- I take my biryani very seriously.

P.P.S- Laanat hai ki beti yeh sab paka rahi hai...

Posted: 5 months ago

Originally posted by Khai_R_Haagi


P.P.S- Laanat hai ki beti yeh sab paka rahi hai...

O 'bone'y ji, tumhar bitiya ka ka khilwa rahi us chhorey ko? Tanik najar rakhatani.

Posted: 5 months ago

Billi chalo dukh mein ek saath milke tuna memoni biryani khate hai smiley19

Posted: 5 months ago

I think they are really dating so many hints

Posted: 5 months ago

Originally posted by Khai_R_Haagi


It's not an identity, it's an option created by restaurants for those who do not eat non vegetarian food which then became popular in the subcontinent. It's a choice not an identity. The identity of Biryani has always been rice+gosht, the reason why it was known to be a rich man's food since not all could afford meat. 'Veg Biryani' is popular in India because a sizeable number of people are vegetrians here but that doesn't mean it is Biryani.

The veg biryani in most restaurants are prepared the same way pulao is prepared. Layering is not enough, the main essence of Biryani is dum pukht which has been passed on for ages as a technique to cook meat and keep it tender. Vegetables don't need dum, they anyways get boiled easily so the whole technique of using dum is absent during the preparation of the veg biryani most restaurants serve here in India.

Veg biryani is a relatively new concept created mostly by restaurants to pull in the vegetrian crowd just like all these new concepts like 'vegan cheese' for nutritional yeast, 'vegan chicken' and all of that shitty jazz.

Go to Lucknow or Hyderabad or Ambur or Kolkata or have Thalessary Biryani or Memoni biryani or Bhatkali or Bhopali or Kachi Biryani or Kampuri Biryani, no matter where you go in India, all these styles of Biryani are served with mainly mutton or chicken and in memoni style prawns or fish. The root of Biryani is meat. It's there in cookery books and other recipe books since time immemorial. We got Biryani from the Persians and Mughals. They were only meat eaters. And in every pocket where Biryani is famous like I mentioned above, these biryanis are cooked and recipes are practiced mainly by the Muslim community who are meat eaters. So culturally and historically there is only ONE identity to Biryani. Which is rice+meat.

Vegeterians can go gaga over veg biryani or whatever they want to but that's not the original dish. That's not the real thing. THAT'S NOT BIRYANI!

So vegeterians should stop taking away cultural identity of non vegetrian food and go all ' yuck you eat non veg meat blah blah' when they themselves had to come up with a non existent concept called 'VEG BIRYANI' to satiate their cravings for a dish which is originally a non vegetrian one! Khao na ghaas phus humein kya hai, but stop calling that 'biryani' jab wahaan gosht ka naamo nishaan bhi nahin hai.smiley29


P.S- I take my biryani very seriously.

P.P.S- Laanat hai ki beti yeh sab paka rahi hai...

You are so knowledgeable, you could even beat Gautam Buddha for sure!smiley36 

Posted: 5 months ago

Originally posted by KhushbooLvNK


I cooked delicious veg biriyani with raita 2days back smiley36

I feel like cooking VEG Biryani now ... cooking Veg Biryani is fun and so is eating Veg Biryani .... also like to have some onions and pickle on the side with Veg Biryani  ... and it's double whammy the Veg Biryani! ... Also did I mention how yummy the VEG biryani is! ... smiley17 ... smiley36

Posted: 5 months ago

Originally posted by Ennuyi


I said veg biryani is yuck (my pov), I might say jalebi is yuck too would u again jump on me lol .. Stop reading too much into posts.. Will make u do smiley29 less.. 

Oh bhai in ur original post which I quoted u said who eat veg biryani ..yuck !backtracking now for ur convenience ? Read before what u post ..smiley29if u say who eat jalebi it’s yuck then people who eat jalebi will answer as well..


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