The origins of the military hotel are unclear. The idea was that you would toughen up if you ate protein-rich fare. It’s thought that soldiers developed a taste for non-vegetarian food which may not have been cooked at home, and it was a challenge to do without it.” So according to this theory, the establishments might’ve been set up in those hometowns and villages to cater to this newfound appetite for meat, but even if this wasn’t the case, the eating of meat became associated with how the military ate.
At these eateries, mutton biryani cooked over coals, made with short-grain rice and a slow-burning masala of green chilies, coriander, and mint leaves, takes precedence over ragi mudde. The meat dishes in these eateries tend to be spicier, borrowing from the fierce, tongue-singeing flavors of the Saoji and Kolhapuri cuisines of central MaharashtraThe biryani, or ‘palav’ as it’s referred as a mound of glistening jeera samba rice concealing pieces of butter-soft meat that slide off the bone at the slightest nudge. It is slow-cooked and made with ghee, not oil, which explains the aroma that precedes its arrival to the table. The deceptive green chili burn lingers ferociously after every bite
Bengaluru Biryani Club
Talk about the biryani love that escalates so fast that you call your friends and start a biryani club overnight. Renukesh Bingeri, Navneeth Thimmappa, and Vinay Nagaraju did exactly that.
Bengaluru Biryani Club is one Facebook group you need to be part of if you love biryanis and you can tell the difference between a dum and a donne. Besides members posting pictures of the biryani they eat on a daily basis and talking about it, the group is all about uniting the donnes and the dums, the Hyberbadi with Thalassery, and the Ambur with the Awadhi for biryani lovers.
Season 2 Episode 2
Bengaluru Biryani Club hosted so many events in the past which are amazingly awesome and this time they proved again with the fabulous planning and execution of the event. It’s rightly said somethings are worth to wait, In a modern setting in the heart of the Namma Bangalore in a more accessible place with the same taste and price, passionate foodies decided to get these century-old dishes in a more authentic way.
Royanna Military Hotel – New Age Military brainchild hotel on Brigade Road for military food fans. Let’s get together to celebrate the rebirth of age-old recipes recreated with freshly grounded masalas from our own military hotel culture.
Sunday Morning can’t be better than this enjoying Heavenly great food with BBic Family . Breakfast menu specially cruted for BBic Family
1. Thatte Idly : In Kannada language thatte means plate and cooking idli on flat thin plate derives the name for this idli.
2. Mutton Chops : Mutton chops cooked in a masala bursting with wonderful flavors simmered in coconut curry.
3. Chicken Curry : Chicken Spiced with masalas and a hint of coconut simmered in basic gravy
4. Chicken Kabab : Chicken coated with spiced batter and deep fried to perfection.
5. Mutton Pulao
6. Chicken Pulao
It took a bit of time for Biryani to unite again, but we got an amazing event like always.
Thanks to Bengaluru Biryani Club and Royanna Military Canteen for Hosting us with amazing biryani and service.
Cheers to BBiC!