While the love for delectable succulent Awadhi kebabs and biryani is not unknown to anyone, gloriously tempting Awadhi desserts are celebrated, appreciated and savoured as much as any other Awadhi dish.
The menu is curated by chef Nurul Bashar from the original recipes of the Khansamahs of the Nawabs of Lucknow. And we were almost tempted to spend the entire evening just talking to ...
As Avadh grew in importance, a distinct, refined courtly culture developed, influenced by the sophistication of the Persians, but equally an outcome of what we now call the Indo-Islamic culture of India-our Ganga-Jamuna tehzeeb.
The tale of aloo in biryani goes back to the year 1856 when Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, the last King of Awadh, was dethroned by the British and exiled to Kolkata.
Lakhnawi recipes: Lucknow is known for its nawabi heritage, architectural brilliance and some of the most royal relishes. 'The city of Nawabs' is like a quintessential gourmet central for every food enthusiast. When it comes ...
With more and more youngsters taking a turn towards fitness, vegetarianism is getting high on the agenda of the people of Lucknow.
Traditional Benami kheer recipe is one such legendary dessert from Awadhi kitchens, which was not given a name, because the chefs didn't want to reveal the secret ingredient in the kheer.
One can find the traditional Awadhi cuisine at many restaurants, one can also make them at home.