Traditional Indian wedding food to get you in the mood this Valentine's Day.
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The Mughal Dynasty writes on some popular snacks in South India that you may be interested in making and trying at home.
This month, The Mughal Dynasty restaurant looks at popular dishes in Karnataka, a state located in the country’s south-west, bordering Goa, Kerala and the Arabian Sea.
Butcher Jim's Joint has released a new cookbook with a percentage of profits going to charity.
With spring here, The Mughal Dynasty writes about some Kashmiri lamb dishes.
Easter is looming fast and although this will be our second Easter in Lockdown it doesn't mean that we can't treat ourselves and our family members to something delicious.
The Mughal Dynasty blogs on the huge variety of breads available in India.
Many of us have taken up some form of physical exercise during lockdown...
The Mughal Dynasty blogs on traditional and historical methods of Indian Cooking.