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Old January 22, 2017, 04:59 PM
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What's better?

Goat biryani or chicken biryani.

Once, I tried egg biryani...didn't like it.
Imo the ultimate has got to be mutton biryani. FYI in many biryani houses in Bangladesh, half an egg comes as standard with your meal.
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Old January 22, 2017, 05:05 PM
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^^ the reason I brought up egg biryani was that I visited an Indian restaurant a few years ago and saw it on the menu...I chose it, and the rest is history.
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Old January 23, 2017, 12:05 AM
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I personally find Hyderabadi Biryani overrated, I like Luckhowi/Awadhi Biryani, After UP and Delhi the finest Biryani I had in Kolkata, there is also a pure south Indian variety of Biryani originated in Kerala called Thalassery Biryani though it tastes more like Pulao than Biryani
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Old January 23, 2017, 05:51 AM
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SportingBD bhaiya,

Please treat/feed me biriyani. I will come visit you in London.
And Shingara bhaiya, treat me with Shingaras!
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Old January 23, 2017, 06:00 AM
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My Biriyani experiences :

-Tale of India, Westferry 7/10
-Chick and rice, Barking 5/10 but only £2 for a plateful of chicken biriyani!
-Zaza, Whitechapel 3/10
-Hayfields Masala, Whitechapel 1/10
-Chola Dosa biriyani 8/10
Closed down I loved this unique south Indian biriyani. Chicken biriyani came with a boiled egg, raitha, a properly roasted breadcrumbed chicken leg, a plethora of South Indian spices and cooked chicken breast pieces from an upturned bowl - all served on a steel plate.
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Old January 23, 2017, 10:22 AM
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Please see

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Old January 23, 2017, 10:39 AM
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My Biriyani experiences :

-Tale of India, Westferry 7/10
-Chick and rice, Barking 5/10 but only £2 for a plateful of chicken biriyani!
-Zaza, Whitechapel 3/10
-Hayfields Masala, Whitechapel 1/10
-Chola Dosa biriyani 8/10
Closed down I loved this unique south Indian biriyani. Chicken biriyani came with a boiled egg, raitha, a properly roasted breadcrumbed chicken leg, a plethora of South Indian spices and cooked chicken breast pieces from an upturned bowl - all served on a steel plate.
Westferry is 2min from my house with DLR! We seem to be local..East London? If you said 9 out of 10 I would definately run to Tale of India..
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Old January 23, 2017, 12:03 PM
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Show them pictures nah mon...


13 posts into the thread, and getting impatient and Hungry...


This one is for aklemalp. Made it last minute on Sunday. I usually make it a bit more presentable and tastier if given a bit more time

Its a mutton biryani btw.
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Old January 23, 2017, 12:35 PM
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This one is for aklemalp. Made it last minute on Sunday. I usually make it a bit more presentable and tastier if given a bit more time

Its a mutton biryani btw.
Thanks a lot dear adamnsu bhai

I am salivating as I'm typing hehe..
Two halves of potatoes in there I see...nevertheless, good attempt !

Just curious, what range on the Scoville scale does this fall into?

Thanks again
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Old January 23, 2017, 12:59 PM
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Thanks a lot dear adamnsu bhai

I am salivating as I'm typing hehe..
Two halves of potatoes in there I see...nevertheless, good attempt !

Just curious, what range on the Scoville scale does this fall into?

Thanks again
No worries mate.

This batch had a lot of potatoes and I add them right at the end to cook with the biryani and end up at the top. So first serving batch contains majority of the potato.

I had to tone down on the heat as the guests can't handle hot food. My ideal biryani I put green chillis. The heat is pleasant especially during the winter. I also spread fried onion on top.

I serve this normally with home made raita, Bangladeshi salad and mango pickles.
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Old January 23, 2017, 02:58 PM
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Adam nsu Bhai to bhaloi cook koren...impressed ... just don't let ur wife know u can cook .... b#### be making u work ...
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Old January 23, 2017, 05:01 PM
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don't hold me accountable for any excessive weight gained...

after viewing this thread...
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Old January 24, 2017, 03:04 AM
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Adam nsu Bhai to bhaloi cook koren...impressed ... just don't let ur wife know u can cook .... b#### be making u work ...
Thanks for the compliment, I try my best . Allhamdullilah my wife and I share responsibilities at home and when it comes to cooking we share the burden.

I am sorry you or some male memeber in your family has had to suffer for being a good cook.
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Old January 24, 2017, 09:00 AM
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I am sorry you or some male memeber in your family has had to suffer for being a good cook.
I think you are making a lot of assumptions ..

But good for you .... Don't get too serious about some one liners .....
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Old January 24, 2017, 09:35 AM
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I think you are making a lot of assumptions ..

But good for you .... Don't get too serious about some one liners .....
Don't use expressions about other people's family members like that. It might be acceptable to you, but I am kind of old school when it comes to such things.

How would you feel if someone used the same expression about your Mother?

Thankfully I don't associate in real life with people who use such vulgar and sexist one liners! So excuse me for getting serious.
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Old January 24, 2017, 10:03 AM
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Thankfully I don't associate in real life with people who use such vulgar and sexist one liners! So excuse me for getting serious.
Very good . I think you have a temper problem . The key is in context ...

And I dint even know u were married lol...my posts are reflection of my problem than yours ...

I should just not post at all anymore .... everyone gets offended for no reason ...
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Old January 24, 2017, 11:06 AM
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This biryani thread just got a whole lot spicier...

What do you use to qwell down the heat from the biryani?
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Old January 24, 2017, 11:17 AM
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This biryani thread just got a whole lot spicier...

What do you use to qwell down the heat from the biryani?
We eat it, simple
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Old January 24, 2017, 11:41 AM
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We eat it, simple
Ouch!!!
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Old January 24, 2017, 01:28 PM
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Let's calm down and get back on topic, please...

We are here for Biryani

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Lamb Biryani at a restaurant near me:

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Old January 24, 2017, 01:57 PM
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Adamnsu is a long time poster and one of my favorite.... His biriyani just looked really good and If I had that talent my spouse would make me cook every day...

that is all I am saying....

No disrespect meant adam bhai... Give us the recipe ...
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Old January 24, 2017, 01:57 PM
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This Idumb guy use to be known as Orpheus (his username) back in the day! He was so judgemental of people! Some members back then used to call him the Judge of BC! He is still doing the same! I can pull out all his post since the orphy day and show you guys just how and what level of bigotry expert he is... and trust me he is one of the best to get people banned.. brother Adamsu don't react in a bad way.. becuase that's exactly what he wants.. his the master at that.. he comes to a thread and changes the mood of it..he does what his best at.. his untouchables and yes I am jealous that I don't have that quality...he has another friend here at BC! Soon he might join the party.. I am just letting you know from my experience, just put them on ignore list.
Thanks bro. Good to see someone see my point of view and actually support me. I have nothing personal against him and like some of his comments but there are certain taboos.

But like you have rightfully pointed out, I had to react that way. But if you have noticed when I refernced in my past comment how he would feel if someone called his Mother a female dog, he didn't respond. So think he has some shame. Hope he doesn't say such things in real life.
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Old January 24, 2017, 02:00 PM
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Adamnsu is a long time poster and one of my favorite.... His biriyani just looked really good and If I had that talent my spouse would make me cook every day...

that is all I am saying....

No disrespect meant adam bhai... Give us the recipe ...
Thanks for the clarification but please don't do this again.

If you are serious let me know then I will provide my recipe. Its quite easy to make.

You will need Shaan Biryani Maasla.
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Old January 24, 2017, 02:09 PM
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Let's calm down and get back on topic, please...

We are here for Biryani

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Lamb Biryani at a restaurant near me:

Why do they add eggs to Biryani? has it got any special flavour?

last Christmas went to this restaurant with work colleagues.. asked for a chicken Biryani...

In the top of the Biryani.. they put a egg... just don't like the mixture of eggs..
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Old January 24, 2017, 02:11 PM
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Yes, Adam NSU bhaiya, you are indeed a good cook...but shudhu nijey khelei cholbey naa...amader-o khawatey hobey...

Also, do not cook for your Sasuri (mother in-law)...stand up to her this year, remember? Don't let her bully you.
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