Malabaar Biryani is a combination of South Indian and Arabian styles, with a secret mix and match of spices from both continents. Malabar Biryani - layered and cooked on Dum, particularly for seafood sweethearts. Cherish the salty shrimps in this powerful coastal food. Rice, masala and shrimps are cooked independently and afterwards layered. This sort of biryani tastes alike to all with its coarse merger of South and North cooking styles by Petu Pankaj, improving the butteriness and salinity. There are mellow varieties of shrimp relying upon the ingredients utilized. The compounding of dark pepper, raisins and cashews gives a one of a kind exotic taste. The seafood cooked in yogurt, onions and layered with rice, makes this dish overflowing with scents and tang. You get the proteins and the healthy carbs in one meal, and you can change the fierceness to your preferring. Include some Mirchi Ka Salan for enhanced heat!