Hyderabadi Dum Biryani
One of the most popular biryani recipe, Hyderabadi Biryani is a dish from down the south but spread all across the country and even abroad. This flavorful and delicious gastronomic wonder is a treat to relish on and is often cooked for dinner parties in north Indian kitchens. Create it at home to make a mark at your dinner party!
Hyderabad is not only famous for Hyderabadi biryani but is also quite popular for its special Haleem. Its popularity is spreading all across India. After breaking the day-long fast, Iftar is incomplete without haleem. It is a very healthy dish packed with full of proteins and one of the best delicacies to be eaten during the month of Ramazan. Haleem is basically an Arab dish but soon gained popularity in Hyderabad. Traditional haleem takes hours to make where the mutton and dals are pound to get the best taste.
At one time, Irani chai defined the café culture in Hyderabad, especially the old city. Introduced by settlers from Persia, the beverage and the places serving it evolved into an institution over time. In recent years, the onslaught from Baristas and Cafe Coffee Days has meant that Irani chai’s territory has shrunk. Nevertheless, this teahouse tradition retains its strongholds – around the old city, in small scattered bakeries, and in better-known restaurants like Garden Café and the legendary Paradise in Secunderabad, where it has large, fiercely loyal fan followers who start their day with the traditional Irani chai.