Dum Biryani To Donne Biryani: 9 Types of Biryani From South States That You Must Try At Least Once

Biryani landhu Hyderabadi Biryani veraya…assala Biryani ante Hyderabadi Dum Biryani eh. Kani Biryani ni some places, some regions and their food culture and authentic food style ni adopt chesthu Biryani lo types ni kanipettaru. Ila kanipettina types of Biryanis lo mana south states lo konni popular.

Dum Biryani nundi start chesthe Dindigul Biryani varaku here are 9 Types of Biryani From South States That You Must Try At Least Once

1. Ambur Biryani

Ambur Biryani, is Biryani type from the town of Ambur In Tamil Nadu. Ambur Biryani is made with a special variety of short grain rice called Seeraga Samba Rice and red chili paste. This Biryani became so popular in Tamil Nadu and neighboring southern states.

2. Kalyani Biryani

Kalyani Biryani (Beef Biryani) is a popular Biryani in south indian regions especially in Kerala & Hyderabad. Kalyani Biryani name comes from Kalyani Nawabs Hyderabad To Bidar in 18th century.

3. Bhatkali Biryani

Bhatkali biryani is a type of biryani from the Coastal parts of Karnataka. This Bhatjali Biryani type is a popular biryani type served with mutton during the times of Nawayath Muslim community from the place called Bhatkal near Mangalore.

4. Dindigul Biryani

Dindigul Biryani or Dindigul Thalapakatti Biryani is a popular Biryani type originated from the Dindigul region in Tamil Nadu. Dindigul Biryani is one of the oldest Biryani types from the late 1950’s. Dindigul Biryani is made with short grain rice called Seeraga Samba Rice, same as Ambur Biryani.

5. Thalassery Biryani

Thalassery Biryani is a special Biryani type mix of both Mughal & Malabar rulers. This biryani type has an influence of both Mughal rulers and Malabar rulers with some unique recipes and spices from Tamil Nadu & Malabar coast.

6. Parda Biryani

Modern biryani type and recipe that became popular in Hyderabad. This biryani type is prepared in a unique style of par cooked rice layered with cooked meat and steamed covered in a sheet of dough.

7. Donne Biryani

Another short grain rice Biryani type from Karnataka, this one is less in spice and masalas. Donne biryani has its own unique masala and flavor.

8. Beary Biryani

Beary Briyani is a type of Boryani comes from Beary (also known as Byari) Muslim community in coastal south Kannada. Also Known as Mangalorean Biryani, Beary Biryani is a distinct one made using fennel, loves, cinnamon and coconut.

9. Hyderabadi Dum Biryani

Last but not least and OG Of Biryani types, the Hyderabadi Dum Biryani. The first Biryani type in the world Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is the most popular Biryani in the world one has to taste when in Hyderabad.

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