Royal Hyderabadi Cooking
Hyderabadi Cuisine is known to be irresistible. Here it is presented in a reader-friendly easy-to-cook manner so that the exquisite and graceful food that is a legacy of the Moghuls can be recreated in the home kitchen. Whether it is the popular Haleem you wish to cook or the poetic Asif Jahi Pasandey, you will find the recipes in this book. You can regale your family and friends with scintillating vegetarian dishes like Bhagare Baingan and Diwani Handi served with hot Bakarkhani. Endings must be sweet, so ladle out bowls of Asharfiyon Ka Meetha or Khubani Ka Meetha. With this book in hand transport yourself to a whole new wonderful world where a royal Hyderabadi banquet awaits.
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