Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Kozhikodan Biriyani - at Maroli


Calicut (kozhikode),a land of spices and food lovers is known for its Biriyani.Biriyani is a dish made with rice ,spices and meat/chicken/vegetables . The name is taken from the persian word ,beryan,which means roasted.It was intoduced to calicut many many years ago by Arabs.
It was later reinvented and modified by the foodies in calicut and the result was the " Kozhikodan Biriyani". People all over kerala crave for this heavenly dish.Its great aroma and gratifying flavour makes it the perfect Temptation. And to have that authentic dish in Toronto without losing even its minutest flavour ,is a real treat !!!


"Malabar Mutton Biriyani" , one of the most popular dish of Maroli.

So what are you waiting for??
Get yourself ready to treat your tastebuds, Royally !!!

11 comments:

Duchess of Tea said...

I just came over from Aysha to visit you. I joined your followers and will be back for more of your recipes, this one looks fantastic.

Duchess xx

Snigdha said...

thanks a lot duchess,thanks for the encouragement

Aysha said...

Lovely click dear...Awesome biriyani...

Snigdha said...

thanks aysha

parTea lady said...

I've only tried Biriyani once over thirty years ago. A friend at work invited me to her home for dinner and she made chicken Biriyani. It seemed very exotic to me, but I can still recall that it was delicious.

Snigdha said...

Thanks a lot partea lady for dropping by at my blog,and if u ever come to toronto,u r welcome to my restaurant to taste the biriyani once again.

Sanghi said...

Yummmy biriyani,, Do check my blog..!

parTea lady said...

Thank you, Snigdha for the invite. I lived in Toronto for 45 years. Next time I visit I'll look for your restaurant.

What am i? said...

yum yum... my belly rules my mind now!!

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Snigdha,
Thank you for stopping by "Home is where the heart is" and wanting to follow. Your menu sounds wonderful, I love that it is family owned and ran. I do love spicy food.
Take care and enjoy your day,
Elizabeth

prasukitchen.blogspot.com said...

Looks yummy Snigdha!!