with Basmati Rice
A classic Hyderabad inspired recipe with tender dark meat chicken and caramelized onions
Explore the dish that elevates simple rice into a complex masterpiece of Indian cuisine.
Did you know that…
The birthplace of Biryani wasn’t in India at all. Biryani is a mixture of the ancient Persian word “birinj” meaning rice and “birian” meaning fried before cooking. Some tales even credit Mumtaz Mahal, the queen who inspired the Taj Mahal, with its introduction. Perfected over generations, ours is hand-crafted with an epicurean blend of enticing spices, aromas and flavors.
INGREDIENTS: Basmati Rice (Water, Rice), Boneless Dark Meat Chicken, Onions, Water, Lowfat Yogurt (Whole Milk, Nonfat Milk, Cultures), Tomato Puree. Contains 2% or Less of: Expeller Pressed Sunflower Oil, Garlic, Ginger, Spices, Sea Salt, Native Rice Starch, Chicken Broth Concentrate, Turmeric, Unsalted Butter, Red Chili Peppers, Fenugreek Leaves, Paprika.