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Indian's neighbour, the popular pasanda originated here along with many more.

  • Pasanda
    £2.95 |

    The name of this popular dish derives from the Urdu word for “favourite”, and that it certainly has been since the days of the Moghul emperors. It was originally made with marinated, flattened strips of lamb leg, which was then fried. The process remains essentially the same, but nowadays chicken and prawns sometimes take the...

  • Kashmir/Pakistan Bassar Masala
    £3.25 |

    A very popular curry dish both in Pakistan and India. Dark reddish in colour. This dish dries if reduced slightly and can be used in the preparation of various other curries.   

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