The aroma and flavour of Mughlai cooking is often attributed to use of fats in the form of ghee or oil. Traditional recipes still use it. However, current lifestyle demands a change. So instead of giving pu on eating such a delicious preparation, opt for the healthy version. Here’s a compilation of healthy biryani recipes for you:
Lucknawi mutton biryani: The biryani of the Nawabs is usually laden with ghee or clarified butter and lot of spices. Since mutton has a lot of fats of its own which are released during the cooking process, you can definitely skip using a liberal quantity of oil in the recipe.
Oil-free shahi korma biryani: Biryani, shahi and oil-free might sound like a match not made in heaven. You’ll have to try the recipe for proving it wrong. The delicious shahi korma cooked without oil renders a rich taste to the biryani so you don’t miss the oil.
Fish biryani: Undoubtedly, fish is one of the richest source of omega 3 fatty acids and protein. A healthy version of fish biryani is therefore your friend when you are trying to lose weight or on a fitness regimen.
Chicken biryani: The all-time favourite Is again known for its greasiness when you eat it at a restaurant. Try this healthy version of smoked chicken biryani and surprise yourself and the guests if you are planning to invite any.
Vegetable biryani: For those who don’t like the meat version, go ahead and enjoy this healthy version of the vegetable biryani by Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor. The spices and fresh vegetables are sure to tickle your taste buds while keeping you fit.