From gosht ka salan and baingan ka salan to fish salan and mirchi ka salan, there are so many delicious salan recipes available in the culinary list of Hyderabadi cuisine.
Although mirchi ka salan was traditionally designated for Hyderabadi biryani, but in present time, it is enjoyed with biryani across the country.
While traditionally salan is consumed with biryani, you can also pair the versatile dish with a variety of accompaniments.
Although you can find various salan recipes around, the most authentic and popular one remains mirchi ka salan - curried chilli pepper.
Adding some variation to this traditional dish, we bring you a unique salan recipe that includes bhindi (okra) in place of mirchi (chillies).
Gosht Ka Salan recipe is a variation of mutton curry where succulent mutton pieces are tossed in a rich onion-tomato and yogurt-based gravy that gives a fiery, creamy and aromatic burst of flavours to the ...
Mirchi Ka Saalan is one of the most preferred accompaniments to be enjoyed with biryani. In Urdu language, 'saalan' translates to 'curry' and 'mirchi' is 'chillies'. So, this side dish comprises hot chillies dunked in ...
if you happen to be true fan of the Hyderabadi Biryani, you can't enjoy the delicacy in its full glory unless you have its equally brilliant accompaniment - Mirchi Ka Salan.
Zomato's new inter-city delivery service was tried by a customer in Gurgaon. On ordering biryani from Hyderabad, he received just Salan!
Think Andhra Pradesh and you are instantly reminded of the delicious Nizami marvels. Besides its meaty curries, salans and biryani, it is also famous for its delicious recipes with nuts.