Brought by the Mughal Empire, this historical cuisine is an amalgamation of both Indian and Persian cuisines which is why it is known for its richness and melt-in-mouth textures.
If you are someone who loves Mughlai cuisine as much as we do, then here we have brought you the recipes of classic Mughlai snacks we all enjoy.
Mughlai Recipes: Find here the best of Mughlai recipes right from Rogan josh, nihari gosht to Mughlai paratha and more along with key ingredients and the step by step recipe of all.
Vegetarians can also indulge themselves into the rich and creamy taste and texture of Mughlai cuisine.
Our love for this cuisine has helped us find some of the most delicious veg gravies you can make at home.
This dish features a rich and traditional blend of aromatic spices and potatoes dipped in a luscious gravy.
From ever-popular paneer do pyaza to chicken do pyaza and more, there are literally so many versions of this Mughlai delight. True to their name, these recipes involve two whole onions. Take a look:
Gobi musallam is a popular dish in the northern part of India where a whole cauliflower is roasted and coated with creamy Mughlai-inspired sauce.
Khansaama is a delivery kitchen based in the by lanes of old Delh and offers the finest of Mughlai cuisine.
Chicken Nihari is basically a stew dish made from succulent chicken pieces dipped into a spicy and fiery gravy made with a pool of aromatic spices, curd and slow cooked to the perfection.