The Nawabs of Hyderabad are well known for the way they entertained their guests with exotic dishes. It is for this reason that Hyderabadi Cuisine is also popularly known as Nawabi. They are cooked with a lot of herbs and spices and the flavoring and seasoning is just perfect. All your taste buds are sure to be satisfied.
The lip smacking kebabs like Boti Jhammi, Kalmi, Shikampur, Sheek, Lagan-ke-Kababs, Dum-ke-kababs and breads like sheermal and lukmi are the other fine offerings of Hyderabadi Cuisine. The Mughlai dishes of Hyderabad are decorated with varq. This fine silver leaf enhances the look of the dishes.
Though it specializes in non vegetarian fare, a few vegetarian dishes of Hyderabad are also very tasty. They include Bagara Baingan – a rich preparation of brinjals, Mirch Ka Salan – hot chilies in creamy gravy, Tomato Qoot - flavored tomatoes with a lovely smell and Shahi Dahi Vadas –lentil balls dipped in curd.
Any jaded palate will surely be impressed by the sweet dishes of Hyderabad. Some of the delectable deserts of Hyderabad are Double-ka-Meetha - a bread and cashew nut pudding, Qubani-ka-Meetha - a stewed apricot dessert, ande-ka-Piyosi – a sweet dish made with eggs, almonds and purified butter, Badam-ki-Jhab, a candy and Dil-e-Firdaus, a rich, milk-based sweet.
Make sure that you taste the traditionally cooked authentic Hyderabadi Cuisine in your next trip to the city. They are simply delicious.
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