Slightly hot curry
The origins of the biryani are its origins began in Persia as a rustic rice-and-meat dish it is mainly from city of Hyderabad in south India. It is a rice and meat mixture that is served with a curry sauce. Because the sauce is separate it is easier control the strength of the curry and is popular for that reason.
Alternative name: Biriyani, Biriani, Briyani, Breyani, Briani, Birani
Makhani or Butter Chicken
Makhani is more commonly known as “Butter Chicken”, it is an aromatic sauce made with tomatoes, spices and is butter based. Usually served as quite a mild dish. It also works really well with paneer for a vegetarian option.
Mughlai dishes are milder than normal Indian curries and feature heavy use of aromatic fragrant spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, with thick yogurt, onion, nuts also feature as as a paste and heavy cream. Some recipes also include golden sultanas.
A curry from the punjabi region and is perfect for vegetarians or anyone searching for a meat-free option. It’s a tasty tomato-based curry based on kidney beans as the primary ingredient. It has a thick sauce and is usually served with rice. Tends to be creamy and is masala hot.