If you happen to be a chicken curry lover, you just can't miss the classic Hyderabadi Style Chicken Curry recipe. So, without any further ado, let's get started with the recipe.
'Khatti' translates to 'sour'. So it goes without saying that this Hyderabadi khatti dal is a sour, tangy thick curry made with Masoor dal or Toor dal.
While there is an array of lip-smacking recipes available in the culinary list of Hyderabadi cuisine, we bring you some of the most popular and authentic mutton based Hyderabadi recipes to try from.
This Hyderabadi mutton marag is a spicy and rich mutton stew perfect for chilly weather! Generally, this popular recipe is served at weddings and special occasions.
This toast is one Hyderabadi dish that can be enjoyed for an easy breakfast or paired with evening tea for a delicious snack.
In this article, we are going to tell you how to make Hyderabadi Kofta curry at home with some simple steps. Be it any occasion or simply when you want to have something indulgent for ...
We have an easy recipe of Hyderabadi chicken korma recipe for you that you can try at your own home and enjoy the authentic flavours that this dish boasts of.
The much loved Hyderabadi Biryani has failed to secure a geographical indication (GI) tag. This comes as a shocker to all Hyderabadi Biryani fans who swear by its authenticity.
Legend has it that Hyderabadi cuisine is an amalgamation of Mughal, Turkish and Arabic cooking style, along with the influences of Telugu and Marathwada food style.
Hyderabadi dum ka murgh is an interesting recipe that is cooked entirely in 'dum style'- a process of slow-cooking.