You discover your love for the Mughal cuisines when you have unquestionable love for dishes like Korma, Kebab, Haleem, Kachri Keema and Pasanda, to name a few. While these dishes take a reasonable amount of time and energy to prepare at home, it is best when savoured at top Mughal restaurants that specialize in these delicacies.
Mughal cuisine is not only a crowd favourite in India, but has also gained a significant amount of a fan-based in the US, UK and other parts of the world. The authentic taste of Mughal’s can be relished in the most credible ones like Dawat Restaurant that brings the entire dynasty to the table.
Read on further to discover the most classic Mughal dishes that you can find in restaurants like these:
Mughal biryani needs no crowd introduction as it is one of the most savoured types of Biryanis’ in the world. However, the taste of Mughlai Pulao is also incompatible with double richness. It is generally served on special occasions like Eid. The dish is cooked with the following ingredients:
- Chicken Tikka
- Ground spices and condiments
Mutton Sheek Kebab
No Mughal dinner is complete without serving Kebabs. Mutton Sheek Kebab is one among the most eaten dish which makes use of fatty mutton meat. It includes other ingredients like onions, a ton of spices and coriander. It is one of the most incredible dishes that is loved by every person across the world. These succulent kebabs are served as appetizers in famous restaurants and also on game nights. It caters for a great combination with mint chutney, or tomato ketchup and mayonnaise with a side of pickled onions.
Kofta is a popular dish in the Mughlai cuisine, and it is considered the best accompaniment for rotis, naan and sometimes works well with rice too. This recipe is prepared by mincing the hard-boiled eggs into tiny pieces and amalgamating it into a curry sauce that elevates the dish with the goodness of cashews and a generous amount of yoghurt. It is available in all the famous Mughal restaurants around the world and is a must-have.
As the name mentions, it is a traditional dal recipe that comprises of rich and creamy textures from the abundance of butter and cream. It uses ingredients like
- Urad dal
- fresh cream
- Mélange of spices
- Beaten curd
It is one of the best accompaniments with rice and roti. Tandoori and roomali roties go well with a creamy richness which can make the best pair for a lavish lunch or a mild dinner. Some of the high-end restaurants also make use homemade butter, cream and ghee to add a tad bit of extra flavour and uniqueness to the dish.