World-famous Hyderabadi biryani is a rich and classic preparation from rice, vegetables, egg, meat and fish, along with different spices. Being a complete meal in itself it has high nutritional values and health benefits. The origin of biryani possesses its roots in Iran and later moved to Indian subcontinent, especially among the Muslim Indians by Iranian explorers. Now a day’s this classic signature dish of India is widely served and is being popular worldwide. All over India, people prefer it as a one-pot dish in their regular food menu. Discussing the health benefits of biryani, it can be observed that both veg biryani and non-veg biryani has its own nutritive values. Biryani is an exceptionally versatile dish and can always be made healthier by increasing the quantity of vegetables and curbing excess spices and oil. Focusing on the health benefits of biryani, white basmati rice used in this recipe is a glutenfree carbohydrate that is easy to digest and is suitable for people with digestive disorders and celiac diseases. Biryani is an exceptionally versatile dish and can always be made healthier by increasing the vegetables and curbing spices and oil. This article describes about the health benefits that come from different types of biryani. The results suggest that fermented juice of mango was a potential biotope source of indigenous acetic bacteria.
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