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Added: September 30, 2020
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About Us:Centuries ago, Hoshiarpur rulers were accused of stealing precious spices from Hazeerabad, and since then, these neighbouring lands have been adversaries.
It was now 1537, and the time had come for Malika Begum, the Hoshiarpur princess to get married. But she was secretly in love with Zafar, the Hazeerabad prince, who wanted to end the feud before they could declare their love. He secretly gave Malika some exotic spices from his land, and she requested Nadira, her trusted governess to prepare a dish that would best describe her love for Zafar.
From the unique aroma and flavour of each spice, Nadira instinctively knew that it would effortlessly blend with Hoshiarpur’s finest long grain rice. When she combined the two in an earthen pot, she was amazed at how well the sweet nut-like flavour of the rice matched the fieriness of the spices. After adding fresh condiments and tender meat, she covered the pot and let it slow cook overnight.
When the king tasted this creation, he was mesmerised by its rich and piquant flavour and offered the delicacy to the Hazeerabad king. When he did, he gasped, for he had never eaten a dish so rich and flavourful.
Knowing that the dish, which would go down in history, was created out of the love their heirs shared, the kings declared a truce. At Zafar and Malika’s wedding feast, the kings proclaimed that the dish united their nations and would only be called respectfully as Biryani Hazir Ho.
Today, Chef Rehman, who is believed to be a descendant, holds this well-guarded recipe and continues to mesmerise Indian palates with this biryani.category!
|Franchise Commenced On||1965|
|Franchise Fees||INR 7,00,000|
|Carpet area requirement||500 sq. ft.|
|No of Outlet||50-100|
AGREEMENT & TERM DETAILS
|Do you have a standard franchise agreement?||YES|
|How long is the franchise term for?||5 YEARS|
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