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10 Mouth-watering Hyderabadi Recipes

Hyderabadi cuisine is known to be the cuisine of The Nawabs and Emperors of Ancient India. Their culture was so rich it strongly reflects in their cuisine even today! Here is a list of such authentic Hyderabadi food that you'll almost die of rich flavours, it's that good!

Anda Dum Biryani

Egg biryani is a Hyderabadi food recipe prepared with boiled eggs, spices and basmati rice that is cooked on dum and garnished with caramalized onions and coriander leaves.

Khubani Ka Meetha Recipe

Khubani ka meetha is a very popular sweet dish of Hyderabad. Khubani is the Urdu term for Apricots. Meetha means sweet. So in English, Khubani ka Meetha translates to apricot sweet or sweet dish made from apricots.

Hyderabadi Lamb Biryani

This fragrant spiced lamb-and-rice dish from Chopped judge Maneet Chauhan is just one of the many biryanis she features quarterly at her Nashville restaurant, Chauhan Ale and Masala House. The flour-and-water dough that covers the biryani while it cooks is not meant to be eaten. Instead, crack off the dough lid and discard before serving, then scoop out the saffron-laced rice and lamb beneath.

Hyderabadi Mutton Keema

Hyderabadi Mutton Kheema, minced lamb meat curry made in hyderabadi style adding yogurt, mint and spices. The correct quantity of spices here will leave an extraordinary flavor. This curry can be enjoyed with roti or any other Indian bread.

Mutton pickle

Mutton Pickle is a Hyderabadi pickle recipe made with boneless mutton pieces and it has got all the flavors of achaar and is also called as gosht ka achar..

Hyderabadi Dalcha

Dalcha recipe is very popular recipe in South India, especially Hyderabad made along with Biryani. You would find this dalcha recipe served in some marriages along with raita and gongura.


Baigan is one of my absolute fav veggie. This dish I remember tasting once long back at work where this colleague of mine got it for lunch. His mom is a great cook and looking at your pictures, I can almost recall how delicious it was. Thanks for sharing this. I have to try it out.


A very Traditional and Authentic recipe of Dum ka Chicken with a new name as in our family it's very fondly known as "Dawat ki Chicken "
A popular Hyderabadi dish which is very Rich, Aromatic and Flavourfull...
No Marriage parties are complete without this dish! I have learned this recipe once from a famous 'Bawarchi' in one of our Dawats.