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.
While exploring the Hyderabadi cuisine in depth, we came across this bagara khana recipe that left a strong impression on our palate.
Shikampuri kebab is one of the most popular dishes of Hyderabad. We found a recipe that will help you make the authentic kebabs of Hyderabad at home, in less than an hour.
'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.
Hyderabadis don't just love their biryani, they are biryani snobs with a strong opinion on the perfect biryani. There's more than just one type of Hyderabadi biryani.
Qubani ka meetha hinges on the quality of the preserved apricots (the form that most of us are familiar with) and the tiny apricot kernels concealed within the seeds.
This smooth and creamy anjeer ki kheer is something you have never tried before. It leaves a soothing after taste on your palate.
Best Hyderabadi Recipes: The Hyderabadi cuisine is not plain Mughlai, but an amalgamation of Arabic, Persian and even Turkish influences. It is also believed to have borrowed a great deal from neighbouring local food cultures. ...
Hyderabad is truly a meat-lover's paradise; and if you want to try something other than the usual suspects, we suggest you go for the scintillating Mutton Dalcha
A lip-smacking medley of spicy and tangy flavours, bagara baingan can be paired with rice or any Indian flat-bread. This recipe of Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan by noted food vlogger Manjula Jain is sheer decadence.