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Mughlai cuisine
Mughlai cuisine
consists of dishes developed in Medieval India at the centers of the Mughal Empire. It represents a combination of the cooking style and recipes of Central Asia
Central Asia
and North India. The Mughlai cooking styles is used in the traditional cuisine of North India (especially Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
and Delhi), the Indian city of Hyderabad and the Pakistani city of Karachi
Karachi
(particularly the Muhajirs and the Karachi
Karachi
cuisine ). The cuisine is strongly influenced by Central Asian cuisine, the region where the Turco-Mongol
Turco-Mongol
Mughal rulers originally hailed from, and it has in turn strongly influenced the regional cuisines of modern north India, Pakistan
Pakistan
and Bangladesh.[1] The tastes of Mughlai cuisine
Mughlai cuisine
vary from extremely mild to spicy, and are often associated with a distinctive aroma and the taste of ground and whole spices.[2] A Mughlai course is an elaborate buffet of main course dishes with a variety of accompaniments.[3]

Contents

1 List of Mughlai dishes 2 Desserts 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links

List of Mughlai dishes[edit]

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Other dishes include:

Haleem
Haleem
(Khichda) Mughlai Chicken[1] A variety of tikkas Biryani Mughlai Paratha Qeema Matar Murg Kababs Mughlai Murgh Musallam Pasanda Rezala

Desserts[edit]

Kulfi

Falooda Gulab Jamun Jalebi Kesari Firni
Kesari Firni
is a rice based sweet dish streaked with Saffron Shahi Tukra
Shahi Tukra
is a rich bread pudding with dry fruits, flavoured with cardamom. Sheer korma

See also[edit]

Karachi
Karachi
cuisine

References[edit]

^ Royal Mughal Ladies and Their Contributions. Retrieved 1 June 2014.  ^ http://www.dawn.com/weekly/review/archive/070301/review14.htm ^ "The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Jharkhand - Mughlai cuisine tops popularity charts in capital". 

Further reading[edit]

Mughlai Cook Book, Diamond Pocket Books, ISBN 81-7182-547-8 [2] Nita Mehta's Vegetarian Mughlai Khaana By Nita Mehta, Published 1999 ISBN 81-86004-10-6 Mughlai By Amrita Patel Published 2004, Sterling Publishers, 160 pages ISBN 81-207-2646-4

External links[edit]

Mughlai Recipes Mughal Emperors' Food

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Mughal Empire

Emperors

Babur Humayun Akbar Jahangir Shah Jahan Aurangzeb
Aurangzeb
(Alamgir) Muhammad Azam Shah Bahadur Shah I Jahandar Shah Farrukhsiyar Rafi ud-Darajat Shah Jahan
Shah Jahan
II Muhammad Shah Ahmad Shah Bahadur Alamgir II Shah Jahan
Shah Jahan
III Shah Alam II Akbar
Akbar
II Bahadur Shah II

Battles and conflicts

Battle of Panipat (1526) Gujarat conquest Battle of Khanwa Battle of Ghaghra Siege of Sambhal Battle of Panipat (1556) Battle of Thanesar Siege of Chittorgarh Siege of Ranthambore Battle of Tukaroi Battle of Raj Mahal Battle of Haldighati Battle of Bhuchar Mori Siege of Kandahar Mughal–Safavid War (1622–23) Siege of Orchha Mughal–Safavid War (1649–53) Battle of Samugarh Battle of Khajwa Suppression of Tilpat rebellion Ahom–Mughal conflicts Siege of Purandhar Tibet–Ladakh–Mughal War Mughal–Maratha Wars

Siege of Bijapur Siege of Jinji

Child's War Siege of Golconda Battle of Karnal Third Battle of Panipat Battle of Buxar Siege of Delhi

Architecture

Taj Mahal Gardens of Babur Fatehpur Sikri

Tomb of Salim Chishti

Humayun's Tomb Red Fort Lahore Fort Jahangir
Jahangir
Mahal Lalbagh Fort Akbar's Tomb Agra Fort Chawk Mosque Shalimar Gardens Achabal Gardens Jahangir's Tomb Bibi Ka Maqbara Badshahi Mosque Shahi Bridge Shah Jahan
Shah Jahan
Mosque, Thatta Sheesh Mahal Sunehri Masjid Tipu Sultan Mosque Wazir Khan Mosque more

Adversaries

Ibrahim Lodi Rana Sanga Sher Shah Suri Hemu Maharana Pratap Malik Ambar Gokula Pratapaditya Shivaji Lachit Borphukan Khushal Khattak Sir Josiah Child Guru Gobind Singh Henry Every Bajirao I Nader Shah Hector Munro

Provinces

Bengal Subah Gujarat Subah

See also

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Successor states

Maratha Empire Rajput states Jats Sikh Empire Nawabs of Bengal Awadh Nizam of Hyderabad Carnatic Kingdom of

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