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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.

The Different Types of Mustard Seeds

Interestingly, there are actually over 40 different types of mustard plants but only 3 are reserved for culinary use. At first glance you might think that they are used solely in the cooking process of mustard, however the seeds are often used interchangeably within Indian cuisine and are often kept whole throughout. Read on as …
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Kulfi: How to Make Indian Ice Cream

Here at Royal Nawaab, we know that Indian cuisine isn’t exactly well known for its array of desserts as it is the selection of creamy and spicy curries that keep diners coming back for more. With this said, we want to challenge the status-quo and introduce our readers to Kulfi, a type of ice cream …
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The Lowdown on Indian Starters

Every diner who has ever been to an Indian restaurant will recognise some of the starters that we are going to discuss in this article as they are quite possibly the most popular delicacies of the whole cuisine. Here at Royal Nawaab, we pride ourselves on our authentic array of dishes and this ideology extends …
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Understanding the Art of Indian Cuisine and Cooking

Although a person can train to become a cook, there is a particular gift found in each and every chef that allows an individual to fully understand their way around a kitchen with ease and grace. After all, a lot of amateur chefs tend to struggle to understand how to implement spice within a dish …
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Cassia Bark: Cinnamon’s Spicy Cousin

There are dozens of different spices used within Asian cuisine and they often play an important role in the overall flavour profile of a dish. Indian chefs in particular will select certain ingredients for their ability to influence the final result with splendour. Cassia Bark is a spice native to Sri Lanka and is actually …
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