Nehari or Nihari is the star of Mughlai cuisine after biryani. Nihari dates back to the Nawabi days when it used to be cooked overnight for 6–8 hours. Nalli Nehari is a special version of the dish with the shank and bone marrow being its main ingredient. It is a popular recipe and uses a special Nihari masala or a blend of exotic spices. As is with all historically royal dishes, nehari is deliciously worth the effort.
Ustad Banne Nawab's
Ustad Banne Nawab's spices come from one of the greatest foodie destinations of India - Hyderabad. The city enjoys a rich cultural and culinary heritage, and Ustad (which means 'Master' or 'Expert') is one of the city's leading traditional spice merchants. They have created a stunning variety of 'ready-to-cook' spices for many well known Indian dishes as well as typical Hyderabadi delicacies. Simply mix and cook with only a couple of ingredients to create an authentic experience. No need to add ginger, garlic, tomatoes, onions or any other spices! Ustad's spices do not contain artificial preservatives, colours, MSG or any meat based products.
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