Ever since its entry into India as a humble variation of the pulav, Biryani has evolved into a highly sophisticated, delicate rice preparation that has come to define the cuisine of the subcontinent. Evolving mostly in the Muslim centers of India, from Lucknow in the North to Malabar in the south, Biryani has become a hugely popular, wholesome, one pot dish throughout the country. In Goa, elements of traditional Hindu cuisine intermingled harmoniously for years with that of Muslim Biryani recipes, creating a distinct variety that can be called Goemchi Biryani or Goa’s own biryani.
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Goan Dry Chillies, Cloves, Cinnamon, Green, Cardamon Pepper, Star Anise, Mace, Bay Leaf, Caraway Seeds, Black Cardamon, Cumin Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Turmeric Powder, Coriander Seeds, Fennel Seeds, Fenugreek, Sesame Seeds, Salt.