Mutton Biryani is a traditional and iconic dish that is extremely popular in India. Biryani in Persian means rice roasted with spices. This dish was popularized during the Mughal rule
Biryani is a layered dish. It is generally cooked in an earthen pot or ‘handi’. The spices that are added and the duration it is cooked is what makes this dish special. The trick in making biryani finger-licking is that the rice needs to be at least 2-3 years old; it makes biryani more flavourful and aromatic.
A handi of rich and delicious mutton biryani is best enjoyed with a large group of friends!