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Here you will be able to keep up to date with all the latest news from Royal Nawaab, from interesting recipes and the history of our food to events and updates on what’s coming up at Royal Nawaab.

3 Popular Indian Snacks and Starters

If there is anything better than the main course when it comes to Indian cuisine, it is the authenticity of the smaller dishes that are meant to be enjoyed as a starter or a mid-afternoon snack. In fact, India has one of the most successful street-food trades in the world which form an important part …
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What Meats Are Used in Pakistani Food?

Pakistan is a country bursting with culture, tradition and delicious food. In fact, Pakistani people are thought to be some of the most generous in the world and locals will often invite tourists to dine with them at their discretion. Both religion and culture often influence the food that is eaten across the world and …
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How to Make Perfect Basmati Rice

It’s safe to say that rice is the go-to accompaniment for any Indian curry dish as it is often considered a staple of the Asian diet. After all, there is nothing better than fluffy grains that have been cooked to perfection, and this is something that takes quite a lot of practice to get right …
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The Spiciest Dishes in India

Whilst there is a common misconception that Indian food is incredibly spicy and that those with a non-existent spice tolerance should stay clear of it, it is important to remember that there are also a variety of mild dishes that actually makes Indian cuisine the popular delicacy it is today. With this said, a hot …
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The Basic Spices Every Indian Chef Should Use

As one of the most-loved cuisines in the world, it is safe to say that Indian food is bursting with flavour that just makes you want to come back for seconds. There is actually a cultural reason why Indian chefs use so many spices in their dishes, and that is because they encourage perspiration which …
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