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Khamiri Roti: Mughal’s Favourite Bread!

In the midst of choosing between white and brown breads, somewhere we have lost out on traditional rotis, which were a staple diet of families in every Muslim neighbourhood of Old Delhi and Mumbai. One of them is Khamiri Roti, which is believed

A history of Mughal cuisine through ancient cookbooks

On any given weekend, I am usually occupied with the thoughts of food. The taste buds have been working over time for a year now – ever since I started following the amazing food stories of the Mughals. Turns out that Kings and Royalty had a thing

Indian foods that are now part of Oxford Dictionary!

Indian cuisine has a global appeal—be it the Chicken Tandoori, Paneer Makhani, Biryani or Masala Dosa. This popularity is reflected in the latest version of the Oxford Dictionary's latest update. The revised version includes two Indian

Culinary terms used daily in Indian kitchens

Indian Culinary terms Culinary terms are very essential in the world of cooking. To become a skilled chef, first one needs to learn the technical vocabulary (language) of culinary arts. Cooking is an art of creating something consumable as well as

So what’s a Korma?

Indian food, especially Mughlai is popular across the world. But even though Mughlai cuisine is widely enjoyed, is it really understood? The cooking techniques such as “dum” and the culinary terms such as Korma, Bhunao, Bharta, Baghar, Bukhara,
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Roghan Josh – Recipes from the royal kitchens of India

Contrary to many recipes which emphasize modernizing the Indian cuisine or describe shortcuts in meal preparation, I prefer sumptuous delicacies of Indian royalty preprared in traditional, culinary dum-pukht style The Persian School of
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Korma Shahjehani – Recipes from the royal kitchens of India

Contrary to many recipes which emphasize modernizing the Indian cuisine or describe shortcuts in meal preparation, I prefer sumptuous delicacies of Indian royalty preprared in traditional, culinary dum-pukht style The Persian School of cooking has
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Simple, nutritious all time Bohra favorite – Khuddal Palidu

Of all the dishes that mark the Bohra cuisine, if I had to pick one that is extremely unique and representative of our food, it would be Dal Chawal Palidu (Lentil rice served with a curry.) In most Bohra households, this dish typically
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