Want to Try Biryani with a Twist, Check Out Shayya Biryani Recipe
Biryani, just the mention of the name can make anyone’s mouth water. An evergreen classic, the dish needs no special introduction. It is believed that the aromatic, and flavourful dish was introduced in India by the Mughals, and it initially flourished in notable places like old Delhi, Lucknow, and Hyderabad and its popularity later spread to the rest of India. A wholesome meal, biryani fulfils your tummy, and feed the soul.
India boasts different kinds of Biryani with each state having its own unique version. Shayya Biryani is one such unique type of Biryani that is made of vermicelli, instead of Basmati rice. Compared to other popular types of Biryanis in India, it is low on spice count, but tastes equally good. Another highlight of this Biryani is its cooking method, it does not involve using the Dum; here the meat is cooked first, and the vermicelli is added later for it to absorb all the flavours.
Preparation time of Shayya Biryani: 45 minutes
Originating from the Bhatkal region in Karnataka, Shayya Biryani is an integral part of the local cuisine. It is quite popular among the locals, and many tourists coming to the place love trying this unique vermicelli- based biryani. Some people consider it as a healthy alternative to rice-based biryani recipes.
At Club Mahindra resorts, we strive to serve our patrons the best of the local cuisine. The chefs at the restaurants in our resorts bring with them years of experience and expertise. They have a deep understanding of flavour profiles, and every dish they create is high on flavour, and taste.
Our chefs also source the best local ingredients to serve the most authentic regional cuisines. You can enjoy Shayya Biryani, and other Indian delicacies at Club Mahindra resorts.
Trained in many international cuisines like Italian, Mexican, and Lebanese, and having worked in the middle east under eminent chefs of the world, Chef Debraj Bhaumik is a culinary master. With over 26 years of experience, Chef Bhaumik has won many coveted awards, including the National Award – Chef of the Year in 2007.
Currently the Cluster Executive Chef at Club Mahindra Tamil Nadu and Karnataka resorts, Chef Bhaumik has an undying passion for Indian cuisine. He has done extensive research on the different regional cuisines in India. He has been using all his knowledge, skills, and techniques to curate the best menu for the patrons at Club Mahindra resorts.