I am sure, from the comments made above, you see that the biggest demand for Biryani is not only for Indians living in India but people all over the world. estimated that about 30-50 percent of all the food consumed in the world is bought and consumed from Indian or Chinese markets.
The traditional and contemporary Indian recipes have set a high standard for foods prepared by Indians and the world is seeing the birth of many new Indian and Pakistani recipes on the spicy foods. Pakistan has a large population who enjoys Indian cuisine. Biryani is a delicacy and is liked and loved by all regions of the world. It is often cooked with goat and lamb and produces such breath-taking and mouth-watering dish.
Like every other cuisine, chicken curry has many versions and every region of the world has its own version of Chicken Curry.
While all the recipes are prepared using the same ingredients, each region of the world has its own versions of a particular type of curry. So try our recipes while you are in India or Pakistan, and while you are in China, Sri Lanka and Central Asia too. You will find that while one recipe may be very spicy another one may not be; and while one region may say that their chicken is more hot than another, you may also find that one of the ingredients that is used while cooking your chicken curry may be very less hot than the other.
Chicken has been the most common meat in Indian meals from decades. Indian Recipes have been enhanced with the addition of several ingredients. One of the most common ingredients in the preparation of Indian chicken curry is the utilization of coconut.
Coconut has been a part of Indian kitchen for thousands of years. If you come across any shop in India, you will find a dispenser of coconut water or coconut husk. This is used in a number of Indian cuisines. It is both used to make food and also serve to guests.
The various Indian spices have a long history even before the British arrived in India, they were intrigued immediately by the local cuisine.
Today, Indian cuisine is enhanced by the additions of several spices added in the preparation of chicken curry. Like cumin and coriander, mustard and curry leaves, cardamom, turmeric, coconut, saffron, asafetida etc. are some of the most commonly used spices for adding in chicken curry.
Speaking of chicken, it is generally believed that the breast meat of the chicken is the most moist and juicy. And so, for most of the Indian Chicken Dishes, it is both very delicate and very juicy. Indeed, chicken curry is both a comfort food and an irresistible treat.
Most of the cooks like to add a ‘little bit’ to their chicken curry. They like to have the ‘kings’ ‘nawabs’ etc. It is also common to find that the chicken curry served in a straight glass with a red rooster or in a Nestle glass with the addition of salt and pepper, has a distinct taste that is quite hard to describe but is surely very rewarding once tried.
Malai: This word means cream. Dishes that contain the word ‘malai’ are usually quite light. They are quite frequently spiced with cardamom and cloves. The flavor of the malai is quite similar to a ‘masala’ and it is quite similar to the spices used in a normal recipe. There are several Chicken Malai Curry recipes on the site.
As you can see, chicken curry is not always a very hot dish. In fact, it can be quite a cold dish. However, it is always a delicious dish, especially when it is served with ‘rice’ or paratha.
Chutneys: These are usually made when the chicken curry is served hot. A variety of chutney styles are available. So as not to be left out, try every color of chutney.
Chicken Pickle: This is a sweet pickle served with a Rava puree. It is a cheap and tasty pickle, but is always a little different.