The famous Mughlai cuisine evolved in India during the Mughal Empire. The cuisine that portrays a mix of culinary styles and recipes highly influenced by the cuisines of Mongol Mughal empires. The Mughlai food is commonly very hot, rich and heavily set apart with a special aroma. It has over time remained one of the most popular and favorite cuisines among foodies across India. Some of its signature dishes include Biriyani, Mughlai Paratha, Murg Musallam, Kebabs, Malai Kofta and Rezala that are bound to entice the food lovers to crave for more.
Extensive utilization of milk, cream, and butter in different flavors and curries makes the dishes considerably increasingly tempting with foodies winding up licking their fingers. The different spices, saffron, dry fruits, ghee, and other dairy produces make the traditional dish taste delicious.
The Mughlai dishes are varied, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, starting from Biriyani, Pulao, Naan, Kofta, Kebab, Pasanda, different tandoori items, to a wide range of sweet dishes like Sheer Korma, Shahi Tukra, Kheer, Kulfi and Firni.
Haleem is a rich mutton stew prepared with lentils, spices and broken wheat. It is a slow-cooked delicacy with local taste and ingredients.
This one food item that makes everyone’s mouth water. Be it stuffed or plain paratha, a satisfying food like Mughlai paratha is the pièce de résistance. It is soft fried bread made by a stuffing of keema, egg, onions, and pepper.
What is a party without kebabs? The famous and tasty delicacy across the world, kebabs comes with variants of flavors and palate.
Coming to desserts, you get plenty of room to choose from the mouth-watering lists. Shahi Tukra, Anjeer halwa, sheer kurma are great desserts to be served at an elaborate and eloquent meal.
If you are going for shahi themed party then these remarkable royal dishes ought to be on the list!