MDH Hyderabadi Biryani Masala 100g



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MDH Hyderabadi Biryani Masala 100g

Definition: Biriyani Masala is a special kind of spice blend which is used to make a given taste to a specific kind of food knows as the Biriyani. The Biryani is a popular dish from India which has its origins in Mughal India. It contains steamed white rice, boiled or broiled vegetables, and delectable meats. On top of that, this dish is garnished with various spices for better taste. Biriyani is a north and central Indian dish originally, but today it is enjoyed in India and abroad!

A short history of the company: MDH, which today is one of the biggest spice manufacturing companies in India, had quite a humble beginning. It was founded by Mahashay Chuni Lal in Sialkot. This first ever shop he built was quite small. As his fame grew in providing quality products, so did his shop. After his father, Mahashay Dharam Pal Gulati too up the business. He had to struggle in the beginning, even to the point of driving a tonga carriage to make ends meet. He put up his shop at a small shack in Delhi to sell his family’s spices. His business became profitable enough to enable him to get a larger shop at a much better area of the city. Mahashay Dharam Pal Gulati also brought a piece of land for his own factory at Kirti Nagar in 1959.

Today, the company is the producer of some of the most popular Fast Moving Consumer Goods in India. Its products are not only sold all throughout the country but also abroad as well.

Type of products: MDH offers you a wide range of spice blends. Some of its products include MDH Chutney Podina Masala, MDH Dahivada Raita Masala, MDH Dal Makhani Masala, MDH Curry Masala for Chicken, MDH Deggi Mirch, MDH Dal Makhani Masala, MDH Fish Curry Masala, MDH Garam Masala, MDH Jal Jeera Masala and MDH Hyderabadi Biryani Masala. All of these products are a spice blend, which means that they contain a number of different spices presenting both taste and health related benefits.

Use of Products: Here’s how to use this spice blend for making lip-smacking biryani!

  • Soak and wash 200 gram rice in water for 30 minutes
  • In the meantime, take a large red onion and 2 cloves of garlic, chop them and drop them in 30 grams of cooking oil
  • Now add 150 grams of meat cut into cubes. Fry the meat till there are overall brown in colour.
  • In another pan, pour 5 grams of Biryani masala mix. Stir it a bit till it has spread around. Now, you add rice to the mix.
  • Stir for 2 minutes and add water. Now add the meat pieces.  

When it is highly preferred: Biryani is traditionally enjoyed in the afternoon. Rarely you see anyone having it in the evening at dinner. As a result, the MDH Hyderabadi Biryani Masala is used to cook Biriyani before lunch. Generally, you’ll see that the masala is being used to make the preparation from early morning. Biriyani is seen as something of a delicacy and is offered during any festive occasion such as weddings, birthdays and even at parties. 

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