biriani

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bi·ri·a·ni

 (bĭ′rē-ä′nē)
n.
Variant of biryani.

biriani

(ˌbɪrɪˈɑːnɪ)
n
(Cookery) a variant spelling of biryani
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Noun1.biriani - an Indian dish made with highly seasoned rice and meat or fish or vegetablesbiriani - an Indian dish made with highly seasoned rice and meat or fish or vegetables
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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Yummiest Biriyani courtesy our little food connoisseur @baitalikee Thank you All this bhaat ( rice) is putting me in a comatose state," she wrote with a video on her Instagram.
The most popular dish among patients is chicken biriyani with raita salad.
This week I entertained a friend at a restaurant where we shared one plate of biriyani.
Birthday girl Sylvia decided to crown her special day with Chicken Dum Biriyani.
In India, a biriyani and most curries would be cooked in a big pot in one large batch," he says.
Fried and fatty foods such as french fries, sweets, fried Samosa, Pakoras, Parathas, greasy curries and Biriyani should be avoided because fat foods are high in calories and are nutrient deficient which will lead to an imbalanced diet, he said.
BKS Drama Club will be inaugurated on May 21 by celebrity theatre artist from Kerala Gireesh Sopanam, followed by the drama version of a controversial Malayalam short story, Biriyani, by Kerala Sahitya Akademi award-winning writer Santhosh Echikkanam.
It is sometimes known as biriyani or biriani, depending on where you look and how good their spelling is.
I ordered the chicken dum biriyani, which came served in a clay pot, encased with a lid, with raita on the side.
And the chicken biriyani, which should have been excellent, as it was called Chef Special, wasn't very special at all, I'm afraid.
A rice biriyani is the most common dish of the Muslim community.