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Nalli Nihari:

The word “Nihari” originated from the Arabic word, “Nahar” which means “morning”. It was originally eaten by Kings of the Mughal Empire as a breakfast item after their morning prayers. It later became a regular breakfast dish for the working class due to its energy-boosting properties. When classically prepared, Nihari takes approximately 6-8 hours just to stew, not to mention preparation time. Thankfully, with the help of modern technology and methods, it is much easier achieve the same result quickly with our ready to cook range.

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Mustard Fish: 

Mustard Fish or better known as Sorshe Mach in Bengal is a delicate yet robust dish made with mustard paste and fresh water fish or prawns. The dish has many variations such as mixing grated coconut to lower its pungency. The key to this dish lies in the preparation rather than the cooking. Red and yellow mustard seeds are blended very carefully with green chillies so as not to make it bitter. For all mustard fans this is a versatile dish which has a lot of applications and variations. Thankfully, with the help of modern technology and methods, it is much easier achieve the same result quickly with our ready to cook range.

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