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Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen for authentic Bohra Muslim Indian cuisine in Kathmandu

Tasneem's Kings Kitchen seeks to introduce the unique flavors of distinctive Bohra Muslim food in Kathmandu, Nepal. Bohra Muslims originally migrated from Yemen to Gujarat and are firm believers in the maxim: “The family that eats together, stays

Kabsa – A King’s Feast

Your first invitation in a family party in Middle East will most likely involve serving of a Kabsa. You can trace the origins of Kabsa to Yemen where it is considered a national dish. It is also a traditional dish across the Middle East

Bohra Thaal – Enjoy a traditional 10 course feast

Although food is integral to human survival, for Bohras it boils down to much more. After faith and culture, it is food that binds us together, brings us together. If there’s a community in Mumbai which truly lives by the maxim of ‘Live to eat’

How an exiled Lucknow Nawab introduced the humble potato in Kolkata’s Biryani

Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Over a century and half ago, in 1856, the Nawab of Awadh, was forced by the British to abdicate his throne. Pinning his hopes on the British sense of justice and fair play, he arrived in Calcutta to place his case before the then

Dum Pukht – The Art of Slow Cooking at Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen

Turducken, also known as three-bird roast, is a celebrated epicurean delight of North America. It consists of a deboned chicken stuffed with a deboned duck, which in turn is stuffed with a deboned turkey, roasted for hours, into a crisp blend of

A day’s culinary tour at Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen

India is one of the largest countries in the world, diverse and vibrant, multilingual and multi-ethnic. Visits to iconic sites such as the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort of Agra, Humayun's Tomb remind one of the wealth of India's architectural and cultural

Common misconceptions about Indian food

Come on, be honest. What are the first things that come to your mind when you think of Indian food? Hot, spicy, oily, rich, fatty, bad for you, difficult and time-consuming to cook, curry powder.... If I were honest, I would say that if badly