The state of Bihar is not only famous for its history, but it is also famous for its food. If you ever visit Bihar, you will discover that there are many dishes to be enjoyed. Whether you are vegetarian or non-vegetarian, you will have an unlimited choice for your meal. From Breakfast to Dinner and from snacks to sweets, this eastern region has everything for you.
In Bihar, you will find that some dishes originated here only, and you won’t see the same taste in any other part of the country. In previous topics, we have discussed a lot of vegetarian dishes of Bihar. In today’s case, we will inform you about the famous Non-Vegetarian dishes of the state.
Apart from Litti-Chokha, the people of Bihar are also famous for KebabKebab, which is also known as Bihari Kebab.
Apart from some vintage Vegetarian dishes, this state is also prevalent for some favorite non-vegetarian dishes. From Champaran Meat to Bihari Kebab, every non-vegetarian dishes are so much tasty. In his memories, India’s first education minister Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, also mentions the Bihari flavour while cooking the non-vegetarian dishes. Now, these days you can also eat the Bihari Non-Vegetarian dishes in other parts of the country. So, without wasting our time, let’s straight go to the topic.
The KebabKebab is mainly originated from the Middle East of the world, but there are various types of KebabKebab around the globe. A kebab is a form of cooked meat. If you ever visit any Islamic country, then you will witness countless varieties of this KebabKebab. In Bihar, the Kebab is known as Bihari Kebab.
Although there are different types of kebabs in India, Bihari Kebab is considered the most popular one. Bihari Kebab is prepared from Mutton, and it can be eaten with Parantha, Rice, Chapati, or naan. Also, you can eat Bihari Kebab in the form of Kebab Roll wherein the Kebab are wrapped in Rumali Roti and then cut it in equal pieces to give the shape of Kebab Roll.
Champaran Meat is famous in Bihar or India, but it also spread its popularity amongst few countries of the world. This dish was originated in the Champaran region of Bihar state. These Champaran Meat dishes are also known as Handi Meat, Batlohi, or Ahuna. To prepare Champaran Meat, the meat needs to be marinated with a mixture of Desi Ghee & Mustard Oil. Also, in this mixture, you will be required to add Ginger, Onion, Garlic paste, and spices of your choice.
Champaran Meat is usually cooked in a Handi, which is made from soil, and at the time of preparing, the mouth of Handi is sealed with kneaded flour. Champaran meat tastes excellent when it cook on a low flame of a wood fire, and you need to continuously stir it during cooking so that it doesn’t get stick to the most inferior side of the Handi.
Biryani is the most popular dish in India, and you will find Veg & Non-Veg Biryani both. If we speak about Non-Veg Biryani, then Mutton Biryani is the most famous amongst the country’s foodies. Mutton Biryani is prepared from Rice and Meat. In Bihar, Mutton Biryani is also very popular, like other non-vegetarian dishes. To prepare Mutton Biryani, first of all, marinate the meat and vegetables you want to add to Biryani. Then cook Meat and Vegetables separately. After that, take a heavy pan and add oil or ghee to it. Now put cumin seeds, Cardamon, cinnamon, clove, Bay Leaf and stir all of them. After that, add onion and cook until it turns brown. Finally, add Rice, Meat, and Vegetables with spices to make an excellent & tasty biryani.
Other famous Non-Vegetarian dishes in Bihar are:-
● Chicken Tandoori