Biryani sauce is a rich and flavorful gravy made of coconut, sesame, and peanuts. It is an Indian condiment usually served with Biryani—“a world-renowned Indian dish” that is made from long grain rice and flavored with various fragrant spices like saffron and is topped off with lamb, chicken, fish, vegetables, and Biryani sauce/gravy. Biryani sauce can also be used on regular fried rice recipes or anything similar.
Is Biryani Sauce Spicy?
Biryani sauce is great for those with low to medium spice tolerance as Biryani sauce is considered to be one of the mild sauces. Paired with its rich flavor, it is a must-try with Biryani—an icing on the cake, or… the chili on top.
What is Biryani sauce made of?
Biryani sauce is generally made using coconut, sesame, and peanuts. However, homemade Biryani sauce is made of oil, cumin, cinnamon, cardamom, bay leaf, turmeric, coriander and cumin powder, Kashmiri chili powder, and garam masala, salt, water, and coriander.
How is Biryani sauce used?
Biryani sauce works best with Biryani. Biryani is a popular Indian dish that is made with long grain rice, topped off with meat, vegetables, and Biryani gravy. The biryani sauce is mixed with the long grain rice to evenly spread the spicy flavor throughout the dish. Aside from this, it can also be a side dish to different biryani variants wherein rice is cooked in separate layers.
How many calories are in Biryani sauce?
There are a total of 80 calories in a serving of Biryani sauce. (62 grams)