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Happy Eid al-Adha – Biryani Patents
Hello fellow foodies! What a day it is, Eid Mubarak to all our readers!
Eid is known as the festival of sacrifice that marks the end of Haj, and the cuisine is a very important part of the celebrations. Biryani, sevyian, sheer khurma and other delectable dishes make Eid a very special day for food connoisseurs. So, on this day we bring to you a couple of patents claiming inventive, healthy preparations, from China and USA.
Muslim fast food grabbing rice and its preparing method
The present invention relates to a Muslim fast food-grabbing rice and its preparation method. It is made up by using special local products of Xinjiang, such as Biye, raisin, carrot and rice as main raw materials, adding rape oil, white granulated sugar, refined salt, zanthoxylum bungeanum, monosodium glutamate and mineralized water as auxiliary raw materials through such processes of selecting raw materials, cleaning, sterilizing, shredding, stir-frying, flavouring, cooking, uniformly-mixing, boxing, sterilizing and cooling. Said invented fast food-grabbing rice is tasty and palatable, easy to carry about, and is not greasy or oily.
Muslims’ eight-sweets rice pudding
A Muslims’ eight-sweets rice pudding is made up of glutinous rice, white sugar, plant oil and ginkgo seed. Its advantages are agreeable taste, rich nutrients, and health-care function of preventing and curing cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
- US 09/365,217
Method of cooking and flavouring meat
Within the present invention, a powder or “fines” is created from the targeted wood (i.e. mesquite, peach, hickory, apple). This powder is then sprinkled onto, or rubbed into, the meat (fish, chicken, beet, ostrich, buffalo, etc.) and then the meat is flame grilled. During the flame grilling, the wood powder is incinerated, thereby releasing the wood’s flavor into the meat through the smoke.
As you can see, these patents claim dishes that not only follow the standards, but are also in line with today’s dietary needs. Nevertheless, Eid isn’t the day to go on a diet! It’s a day to rejoice and gorge on some of the most heavenly tasting dishes. Several preparations like Hyderabadi Biryani, Hyderabadi Haleem, etc., have been subject of GI protection in India. It is the perfect day to try the specially spiced, traditional food preparations, and have fun. So go on, treat yourselves.
Happy Eid once again!