Kathal Biryani is Ruling Everyone’s Hearts

Kathal Biryani Recipe

Are you disappointed every time you go to get biryani because you are vegetarian? Or are you that person who believes that biryani is a meat lovers’ dish only? If, the answers to the above are YES, then let us help you widen your horizons and introduce you to our signature Hyderabadi Kathal Biryani.

This unique variant of vegetarian biryani is made with kathal (jackfruit) and is nothing short of delicious. And if you are a health-conscious eater, the kathal biryani can be the newest addition to your collection of healthy dishes. We truly believe that the quintessential biryani experience is incomplete without the Kathal Biryani.

Rediscover Vegetarian Biryani!

Gone are the days when biryani was only favoured by people who savour meat. Now you can enjoy the meaty texture in biryani without the presence of any meat; yes, we are talking about our culinary gem, the kathal biryani. This biryani is made with the fruity flavours of kathal, mingled with the aromas of whole spices, the zest of saffron, coconut, and other exotic ingredients making it a unique experience for gourmet food lovers. Cooked in “dum”, the slow cooking over coal provides a stunning smokey flavour to the dish. The biryani is usually served with traditional accompaniments like raitas and salan or gravy, papads and pickles. A concoction of the legend of Hyderabadi biryani for vegetarian lovers, kathal biryani is a dream come true.

Origin of Kathal Biryani!

Adorned with the crown of 400 years of culinary revolution, Hyderabad has always surprised us with creative and exotic culinary creations. An ode to the fusion of the royalty of Nizams and local spices, Hydrabadi Kathal Biryani is laden with the keynotes of local spices like coconut, tamarind, peanuts and sesame seeds.. Historically, the cuisine draws its flavour from two rich legacies - the Deccan cuisine of the Nizams and the spicy Andhra style of food, laced with mustard, garlic and chillies and eaten with doles of chutney and pickle.

But, Why Kathal?

Because Kathal is an exotic vegetable easily found in many parts of India. Widely considered as vegetarian meat because of its meat-like feel & flavour, kathal can be used to prepare curries and biryani easily. Nothing goes to waste - even the semi-ripe fruit is used to prepare chips. While fully ripe it is gorged as fruit or used to make desserts. Even the seeds are edible and can be boiled or roasted over hot coal before being eaten.

The PowerPacked Biryani!

Hyderabadi Kathal Biryani is much more than a burst of flavour. It's a complete meal, packed with nutrients, energy, and the goodness of exotic ingredients. Kathal is rich in dietary fibre ,extremely high in essential vitamins and is a powerhouse of nutrition and taste.

So give this delicious and nutritious biryani a try. We know you won’t go wrong.

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