There are many debates about the difference between Pulao and Biryani, and so many stories on the origins of Biryani. But there is little doubt about one thing... We are all united in our love for Pulao and Biryani! This legendary dish enjoys a cult status among food lovers across the subcontinent and beyond.
Every community of India has its own special pulaos and biryanis. Celebrate them through #PulaoBiryaniDay on Sunday, 25th June 2017 in any of the following ways:
1. Cook and eat your family’s signature recipe for pulao or biryani or order in from your favourite biryani outlet and tweet about it using #PulaoBiryaniDay.
2. If you are a chef, food outlet owner or a restaurateur, you can feature a special pulao or biryani dish and encourage your customers to try it by talking about it on social media.
3. Get together with family and friends over a #PulaoBiryaniDay potluck.
4. Use the hashtag #PulaoBiryaniDay on Sunday, 25th June 2017 and share what you are cooking, your memories, recipes your family makes and stories about pulaos and biryanis.
Indian Food Observance Days are an attempt to promote & support traditional Indian ingredients, dishes, food-ways and recipes with the goal of these days gaining international recognition in the years to come in the culinary world. The idea is to celebrate them online as well as encourage off-line, ground events for people to come together and celebrate.
#PulaoBiryaniDay celebrations in India
Food lover across India are gearing up to celebrate #PulaoBiryaniDay Food Blogger Monika Manchanda is organizing a #PulaoBiryaniDay potluck in Bangalore. Home Chef Shri Bala is doing a bunch of things in Chennai and Chef Amit Pamnani is organizing something in Indore.