5 famous dishes in India Introduced my mughals

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Shahi tukda is a rich & festive dessert made with bread, ghee, sugar, milk and nuts. It is a very popular classic royal dessert and is said to have originated during the Mughal reign. There are different stories which relate to the origin of this delicious dessert. It is said that shahi tukda also known as shahi tukra was a favourite of the Mughal emperors and was enjoyed with their festive iftar meals during the month of Ramadan.


Rogan Josh – an Indian lamb curry with a heady combination of intense spices in a creamy tomato curry sauce. The lamb is fall apart tender and packs a serious flavour punch!

While this recipe calls for a lengthy list of spices, you won’t need to take a trip to an Indian store to get them – they’re even sold at my local grocery store.


Mutton Seekh Kebab is a Mughlai delicacy prepared with minced mutton, onions and a blend of spices. It is a delicious and mildly spicy dish that has incredible taste and flavours. These succulent kebabs are ideal appetizers for special occasions like kitty parties and game nights.


Biryani : This flavorful dish is loved and consumed widely in the country. It is believed to have been introduced in the Royal kitchen of Mughal empire during the 16th century


Nalli nihari is a dish that is made with mutton stuffed made with juicy bone marrow. This popular fish was eaten by mughals in breakfast, usually after their Islamic morning of fajr prayer.

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