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The love affair between kebabs and Lucknow city goes back centuries in time.
Series 1.0: Lucknow ka Nawabi Andaaz
Originally established in the bustling street of Gol darwaza in the chowk area of Lucknow in 1905, it was here that Haji – Murad ali, more fondly remembered as ‘Tunday kababi’ sold his delicious kababs for 90 years, and built a legacy to envy.
Marinated in a concoction of 160 secret spices, Tunday Kabab is a combination of flavors which start engulfing you, even before you have tasted the first morsel. The best way to eat them is to take a morsel with Ulte Tawa Ka Paratha, close your eyes and let the flavours engulf your senses.
Swiped along you can see it with t famous Awadhi Biryani. It is cooked using the dum method. Dum literally means “to breathe in” and is a process of slow cooking where flavours are slowly imparted to the food. The meat and rice are first cooked separately and then put in layers and the pot sealed with dough.
Leaving a drooling effect, the place is a heaven on earth for meat lovers.
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With the onset of winters at #delhi , this has to be the most popular sweet (ignore the calories once😉) Jalebis are popular in Indian subcontinent,
made by deep-frying whole purpose flour, gram flour batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in saffron flavoured sugar syrup.