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Kabab Biryani

Kabab Biryani Recipe in Urdu & English Pakistani foodies love two types of food, bbq, and biryani. And so our innovative chefs at sooperchef have come up with the innovative and tasty kabab biryani recipe. This tasty biryani recipe is an inventive blend as it involves the preparation of a biryani with kababs in it, rather than the normal meat chunks. There are many other traditional cooking recipes on menu like the Sindhi biryani, chicken bbq biryani, kofta biryani, beef biryani masala, Kashmiri pulao recipe, chicken Murgh tikka pulao, special Murgh biryani, and the vegetable biryani recipe. Biryani is a colorful South Asian mixed, rice based dish that was first prepared by the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Now it is famous all over the world, mainly in areas with Muslim populations like India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Iraq, Iran, Indonesia, Burma and some parts of the western countries. Originally, biryani was prepared by mutton or lamb meat but now it can be prepared with chicken, beef, fish, prawns, shrimps, fish and even vegetables. According to a food historian from India, the first origins of biryani date back to 4000 years when the first meat and rice combinations of dishes were prepared. It is said that pulao is the precursor to the modern day biryani. Unlike pulao, biryani recipes are not cooked in seasoned broth and taste much spicier than the pulao. If you want to prepare the delectable, styled kabab biryani recipe in urdu then you should follow where a complete recipe along with the preparation method can be found.

Kofta Biryani

Kofta Biryani Recipe in Urdu & English If you are bored of the same old biryani again and again then you have come to the right spot for sooperchef has come with a delectable Kofta Biryani Recipe. It arguably is one of the most innovative and delectable Pakistani recipes on the menu. The aromatic and heavenly rice based recipe, known as the biryani was brought to the Indian subcontinent after the advent of the Mughals but it is way older than that. The first biryani is said to be prepared 4000 years ago when the first meat and rice dishes were prepared from the meat of buffaloes. But back then it looked very much like the pulao. The modern versions that we see today were made by the royal chefs of the banquet of the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan. Traditional biryani recipes are usually prepared with rice, spices and mutton meat but now with innovation, it is being prepared by beef, chicken and even kofta. There are many other delicious biryani recipes like Sindhi biryani, beef biryani masala, special Murgh biryani and even the vegan variant, the vegetable biryani. As the name suggests, kofta biryani is prepared using meatballs from minced chicken or beef as compared to traditional biryani recipe which is prepared using meat chunks usually from mutton. You can download the complete recipe and preparation method of this delectable recipe on along with an instant two-minute video guide that will assist you from the beginning to the end. Stay tuned for more daily cooking recipes.

Beef Biryani Masala

Beef Biryani Recipe in Urdu & English Beef Biryani recipe is one of the most beloved Pakistani recipe and there is restaurant or household that is virtually untouched by it. there are many other traditional Pakistani cooking recipes on the menu such as Sindhi biryani, Malai boti handi, beef kabab masala, mutton kundi, madrasi handi, chicken malai boti, Murgh makhani, chicken masala, chicken (Murgh) white qorma, Murgh Yakhni pulao, achar gosht, stir fried beef and chicken cheese kofta. Beef biryani is a variant of the popular chicken biryani recipe but the general cooking procedure and the ingredients remain the same. Biryani is a rice based recipe which is cooked with spices, meat, fish, prawns and spices and the recipe was first prepared by the Muslim community of the Indian subcontinent and since then it has been the sweetheart of all food lovers. The word “biryani” is an Urdu word, derived from the Persian language. According to an Indian historian, the recipe of biryani is almost as old as four thousand-year-old civilization, when the first combination of rice and meat was prepared for eating. It has now become a staple dish and can be found all over the country, at five-star restaurants to roadside eateries, biryani has taken the whole country by storm. Not only in Pakistan, biryani has earned fame in the Arabian Peninsula, Burma, Nepal and Bangladesh too. If you log on to, you will be able to find the complete recipe along with a preparation method and video guide.

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