Lakhnawi cuisine is delightful, especially for a non-vegetarian. You have a wide range of kebabs, parathas, brilliant naans, mouth-watering kachoris, creamy kulfis and many more scintillating preparations like kormas, kaliya, nahari-kulchas, zarda, sheermal, roomali rotis and warqi parathas to appease your taste buds. The cooking technique usually incorporates the ‘dum style’ where the food is cooked over a low flame. The balanced blend of spices and the use of aromatic and fiery masalas like saffron, red chilli, cinnamon, cardamom, etc, give Lucknawi food a distinct flavour. It is not just about the ingredients that simmer in the cooking pot, but also the way they are cooked and the meticulously elaborate way in which the final dish is presented. It is a skill that has been acquired by rigorous practice and is something that has been carried down by generations over the years.
When it comes to street food, Lucknawi chaat is one of the best in the country and the kebabs are some of the most authentic preparations. The meat is marinated in exotic spices and char-grilled to perfection. Cooked either in a tandoor or a barbeque grill, kebabs are the appetising companions to any meal, an apt start to a royal feast. There is a wide variety of kebabs for vegetarians as well: you can bite on the scrumptious dalcha kabab, kathal kekebab and zamikand ke kabab. For meat lovers, you can choose your pick from boti kebabs,shammi kebabs, galouti kebabs, kakori kebabs and do not forget to try the classic tunday kebabs.
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