The food that I couldn't live without
As our world is developing with new ideas/technology and so does the demand grows for Indian IT skills globally. As days goes every chief is trying to bring new tastes into this world, so does the traditional cuisine of Indian subcontinent become more hot around world. A dish that's origin is unknown, thus still loved by an overpopulated subcontinent not in millions but in billions, a dish that is considered amongst luxuries to the street food of Lahore.
The food that I couldn't live without is "biryani" a very famous traditional Indian subcontinent dish. This extraordinary taste has made me wonder what makes it so popular among these nation. So I have decided to follow its root, in search to know more about the food that I can't live without by booking a flight to the royal capital city during Mughal era, Lahore. After a long 8 hour flight I took a rickshaw way to my home from international Allama Iqbal airport, named after national poet. As the ricksha passed the crowded streets of lahore I could already feel my mouth-watering from smell of the spiced chicken tikka being grilled that I was forced to stop and buy chicken tikka for 80 rupees, seriously its so dam cheap thats like less then 8kr in Sweden, something I would recommend you to try too if you visit India or Pakistan . As the sun rises the important mission starts for me, the search on " biryani". So what is biryani actually ? To find all this I went to the best biryani chief I know, my mother, yes my mother who makes the best biryani I have ever eaten. Her biryani is made with traditional ingredients and with its traditional recipe. It would have been impossible for me to write about it if I haven't tried it and its still so hard for me to explain the taste you get it's just so super yummy, with a lot of masalas(spice), chicken pieces, the reddish spice colour given to rice and the special ingredients of saffron that gives it a supper extraordinary...
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