- n. Plural form of biryani.
“Some pulaos cannot be called biryanis (the simple peas pulao, for instance) and one is reluctant to term very wet biryanis, redolent with gravy, as pulaos.”
“A core of biryanis, grilled meat wraps and snacks such as samosas and pakoras are also available as part of sharing platters, with dishes like Bombay potatoes, chicken tikka masala and little patra parcels.”
“Nick Brandreth for The Wall Street Journal There are several biryanis, or meat cooked with rice, on the menu, including this chicken biryani pictured here.”
“There are several biryanis, or meat cooked with rice, on the menu ($7.99 to $8.99), as well as keema samosas, patties filled with minced meat ($1.15).”
“Haleem and nihari along with the biryanis and mirchi bhajjis became synonymous with Hyderabad.”
“I'm a huge fan of Indian food, especially biryanis.”
“As well as a few breakfast options, there are filled rotis, a couple of soups, salads, grills, biryanis and so on, all for sharing.”
“The most well fed of them went into curries and biryanis.”
“Bee I liked this one as the taste is less complex than the usual veg biryanis.”
“Now cook rice with a little less water so that the rice is fluffly like we make for pulaos and biryanis.”
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