Authentic mughlai food at Kurry Kingdom New Zealand

Mughlai food is known for its richness. It is famous for the exotic use of spices, dried fruit and nuts. The Mughals did everything in style and splendour. As a Professional Chef I introduce You my new journey Kurry Kingdom.

Kabsa is made of chicken that is slowly simmered in a spicy broth of tomatoes and spices. This chicken is then removed and either fried or grilled while the broth is used to cook the rice.

The result is a mouth-watering aromatic dish which smells lemony and spicy. The rice absorbs the juices from the chicken and vegetables and is moist. The chicken is cooked till just tenderness and then steamed with the rice so it is all in one with the rice when you serve it out.

On Special Request only.

We do Home catering.

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Nalli Nihari Nihari is a slow-cooked mutton curry. The word Nihar originates from the Arabic word ‘Nahar’ which means ‘day’. It was originally eaten by Nawabs in the Mughal Empire as a breakfast item after their morning prayers. Nihari was developed in Old Delhi, India.