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Moghul/Mongol Cuisine

The Moghul's formed the backbone of what we often regard as North Indian food, during their time as rulers under Genghis Khan and his successors in the Middle Ages. Dishes ewe know so well in Britain, such as 'biriani', pilaf', 'koftas', 'kormas', 'samosas' and 'tandoor' dishes - all have their roots in Moghul cooking.

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