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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 Indian Guide to Marinating Chicken

It is safe to say that chicken is one of the most popular meats used in Indian cuisine, particularly when it comes to western imitations, as the meat is incredibly versatile and easy to cook with. Here at Royal Nawaab, our chefs marinate our chicken prior to the cooking process in order to ensure that …
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The Health Benefits of Ginger

There are a wide range of different ingredients used within Indian cuisine in order to add flavour and character to a dish. The majority of people tend to presume that each one is utilised for its ability to make food spicier, however a lot of traditional spices are actually a lot more subtle. Ginger is …
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The Lowdown on Cumin

There are a variety of different spices used within Indian cuisine that make the food so flavoursome and provide an edge of authenticity that other cuisines just cannot compete with. Cumin is one of these and it often doesn’t get the credit it deserves when chefs and diners alike discuss the key aspects of Indian …
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The Role of Vegetarianism in Indian Cuisine

There are a lot of conflicting accounts when it comes to the consumption of meat across India as many people believe that the country is vastly vegetarian while others are certain that the diet of the people relies on meat like chicken, goat and fish. In fact, religion can also play an important role in …
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How to Make a Traditional Pakistani Daal

There is a common misconception that Pakistani food needs to be spicy, oily and made with an abundance of meat, however the country’s cuisine is actually far more versatile than a lot of people realise. In fact, Pakistani cuisine has a rich history that has paved the way for a variety of mild and/or vegetarian …
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