This cook book has 60 delicious Biryani (Rice Dish) recipes.
Biryani is a famous dish in Asia, Europe and Americas.
Bonus recipes includes, Biryani spices mixes, Condiments and Fried Onion for Biryani or Korma.
There are 60 authentic, inspired, and new biryani recipes in this book. Many curries are developed for biryani dishes. Biryani recipes from South Asia, Central Asia to Singapore and beyond. This book also contains some basic spice mix recipes for chicken, beef, lamb/goat, fish and vegetable biryani. Recipes of famous biryani, such as Mogul Biryani, Deccan (Hyderabad) Biryani, Andhra Chicken Biryani, Chettinadu style Chicken Biryani, Malabar Chicken Biryani, and Qurtuba Style Biryani and many delicious Biryani.
In all, the Biryani entrée evokes the comfort foods for centuries. These biryani recipes in this book that can help inspire one’s next cooking endeavor.
If your grandma didn’t grace your ‘Friday’ table with Mogul Biryani, it’s your turn to start the tradition.
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Cook books by A. Kh’an
1. 50 Shades of Mogul Cuisine (Cuisine of North India and Pakistan
2. 50 Shades of Rotisserie Chicken
3. Kabab: (International) – translation of this book also available
4. Mughali Mughal Cuisine of North India and Pakistan (Cooking for Two)
5. Mughali (Vegetarian / Vegan) Mughal cuisine of North India and Pakistan
6. 50 Shade of Pasta
7. Book of Biryani
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About the Author
A.Kh'an is a student of history, Advocate for human rights and gender equality. A.Kh'an interest include travelling and International Cuisine. "The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness." - Lao Tzu "Bespreekbaarheid' (speakability) – that everything can and should be talked about." Mar 2018 - A.Kh'an's 'Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala', was selected as a runner-up in the Slow Cooker Around the World contest and will appear in Taste of Home September/October 2018. Few notes for my readers. Following information will help my readers to read and understand all my writings. All my books, mostly uses U.S spelling, except for the quoted material, which often uses U.K. or Common Wealth spelling. *Words that appear in brackets within quotes are not found in the original texts, and were added by the translators or are my personal comments, etc. Sentences and Words maybe from British or Common Wealth or U.S English or International English or simplified English. Many of my readers are not from USA, so simple English is used so it is easy to read, understand or can be easily electronically translate.