Roundup of Let’s Cook #9 ~ Mughlai Cuisine

First of all a big thank you to all the blogger friends who had sent in their delicious entries and participated in the event. After cooking for this particular event it would be an understatement if I say that I have grown so fond of the Mughlai Cuisine and more especially my children. They loved the sumptuous curries that I prepared and I’m yet to post a few recipes pertaining to this cuisine but lack of time has stopped me from being prompt.

Without ranting on let me take you all through the visual treat and I sincerely hope that you try out these dishes in your kitchen too and enjoy with your family.

IMG_3133Malai Kofta – Anusha imageCapsicum in Spicy Curd Gravy – Vidhya Subramony imageAloo ka Raita – Vidhya Subramony
Veg Seekh KebabVegetable Seekh Kebab – Christy Gerald Egg  Moglai HravyEgg Moghlai Gravy – Christy Gerald
  Malai Kofta – Usha Padmanabhan
pm1Shahi Matar Paneer – Ashwini   Mughlai Veg Briyani – Princy
Subz-e-Nawabi by Amarendra
  Shahi Kaju Aloo – Chandrani Banerjee

Shahi Ande by Archana

Vegetable Shahi Kurma – Sumedha
  Nargisi Kofta – Deepika
Gobi Gulistan – Chandrani Banerjee
  Kesar Paneer Kofta – Deeksha
  Mughlai Aloo Gobhi – Indrani  
Gobi Gulistan – Radhika
AalampanaAalampana – Radhika
Baked Shahi PaneerBaked Shahi Paneer – Radhika Vegetable Kofta in Muglai GravyVegetable Kofta Curry – Radhika

Now for some enticing Desserts to complete the meal.

gj1Gulab Jamoon – Ashwini Sheer Khurma
Sheer Korma – Ambreen
Rabri – Kavitha

Gulab Jamoons – Radhika

Also I take this opportunity to invite you all to participate in these events, Winter Carnival and Baked Goodies going on in my space by sending in your delicious entries.

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