Clams are the fresh water seashells which are very popular in Karwar city, South Karnataka. Clams are known as tisre in Karwari language. People over there make variety of dishes of clams like tisre sukka, tisre ambta, tisre biryani, tisre fry etc. Today I will be posting the recipe for tisre biryani.
There are two types of clams available. White clams are called as tisre (in Karwari language) and black ones are called as kondi (in Karwari language). White clams are more tastier than black clams . So the biryani are usually prepared using white clams.
This biryani is very simple to prepare unlike the other biryanis. Some people make the clam biryani using half shelled clams and some people opt to use only meat from the shells to make the biryani.
This step is left to you, how you want to keep the meat in the biryani. Both will have the same taste, there will be no issue with the taste of the biryani. So lets start the recipe.