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Via @soul_of_clown -  NIHARI  Nihari (Urdu: نهاری) is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly beef or lamb along with bone marrow.  The word Nihar originated from the Arabic word "Nahar" (Arabic: نهار) which means "day" as it was typically served after sunrise Fajr prayers.  According to many sources Nihari either originated in Old Delhi (Jama Masjid and Daryaganj areas) in the late 18th century during the last throes of the Mughal Empire or in the royal kitchens of Awadh in modern day Lucknow Uttar Pradesh India. The Nawab ate Nihari early in the morning after Fajr prayers and then took a long nap before going to Zhuhr (afternoon Muslim prayers). Later on it became popular among the labor class as a regular breakfast item.  Another story reveals that #Nihari was cooked overnight in large volume to be served to the labourers. Whenever there were massive constructions involved and the kings served meals free to labour and also paid them. In some instances kings did not want to offer coins / currencies they in turn offered free meals and accommodations to the labourers. Since the work had to be started in the morning it was cooked in an earthern pot sometimes even buried and served in the morning to ensure the supply of energetic labour force.  Alternative origins puts roots in the Muslim Nawab kitchens having achieved fame via the storied royal kitchens of Lucknow.  Nihari developed with the overall cuisine of south Asian Muslims. It has been an old popular delicacy in parts of #Bangladesh particularly Dhaka and Chittagong. People cooked it for one whole night and they got it in the early morning at sunrise. It is a popular dish and is regarded as the national dish of Pakistan. The dish is known for its spiciness and taste. It was originally more of a delicacy with myriad variations on spiciness and texture.  #India #Delhi #lahore #foodpic #food #yum #yummy #delicious #cuisine #kitchen #history #wow #photography #photooftheday #delhigram #sodelhi #picoftheday #instafood #instago #instashare #indiapictures #vsco #vscocam #instagram #morning #ifoundawesome #_coi Bangladeshi Food, Jama Masjid, National Dish, Mughal Empire, Bone Marrow, Breakfast Items, The Dish, Free Food, 18th Century
Instagram post by Indian Foodiyé • Feb 27, 2017 at 9:45am UTC
Via @soul_of_clown - NIHARI Nihari (Urdu: نهاری) is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly beef or lamb along with bone marrow. The word Nihar originated from the Arabic word "Nahar" (Arabic: نهار) which means "day" as it was typically served after sunrise Fajr prayers. According to many sources Nihari either originated in Old Delhi (Jama Masjid and Daryaganj areas) in the late 18th century during the last throes of the Mughal Empire or in the royal kitchens of Awadh in modern day Lucknow Uttar Pradesh India. The Nawab ate Nihari early in the morning after Fajr prayers and then took a long nap before going to Zhuhr (afternoon Muslim prayers). Later on it became popular among the labor class as a regular breakfast item. Another story reveals that #Nihari was cooked overnight in large volume to be served to the labourers. Whenever there were massive constructions involved and the kings served meals free to labour and also paid them. In some instances kings did not want to offer coins / currencies they in turn offered free meals and accommodations to the labourers. Since the work had to be started in the morning it was cooked in an earthern pot sometimes even buried and served in the morning to ensure the supply of energetic labour force. Alternative origins puts roots in the Muslim Nawab kitchens having achieved fame via the storied royal kitchens of Lucknow. Nihari developed with the overall cuisine of south Asian Muslims. It has been an old popular delicacy in parts of #Bangladesh particularly Dhaka and Chittagong. People cooked it for one whole night and they got it in the early morning at sunrise. It is a popular dish and is regarded as the national dish of Pakistan. The dish is known for its spiciness and taste. It was originally more of a delicacy with myriad variations on spiciness and texture. #India #Delhi #lahore #foodpic #food #yum #yummy #delicious #cuisine #kitchen #history #wow #photography #photooftheday #delhigram #sodelhi #picoftheday #instafood #instago #instashare #indiapictures #vsco #vscocam #instagram #morning #ifoundawesome #_coi
Via @soul_of_clown -  NIHARI  Nihari (Urdu: نهاری) is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly beef or lamb along with bone marrow.  The word Nihar originated from the Arabic word "Nahar" (Arabic: نهار) which means "day" as it was typically served after sunrise Fajr prayers.  According to many sources Nihari either originated in Old Delhi (Jama Masjid and Daryaganj areas) in the late 18th century during the last throes of the Mughal Empire or in the royal kitchens of Awadh in modern day Lucknow Uttar Pradesh India. The Nawab ate Nihari early in the morning after Fajr prayers and then took a long nap before going to Zhuhr (afternoon Muslim prayers). Later on it became popular among the labor class as a regular breakfast item.  Another story reveals that #Nihari was cooked overnight in large volume to be served to the labourers. Whenever there were massive constructions involved and the kings served meals free to labour and also paid them. In some instances kings did not want to offer coins / currencies they in turn offered free meals and accommodations to the labourers. Since the work had to be started in the morning it was cooked in an earthern pot sometimes even buried and served in the morning to ensure the supply of energetic labour force.  Alternative origins puts roots in the Muslim Nawab kitchens having achieved fame via the storied royal kitchens of Lucknow.  Nihari developed with the overall cuisine of south Asian Muslims. It has been an old popular delicacy in parts of #Bangladesh particularly Dhaka and Chittagong. People cooked it for one whole night and they got it in the early morning at sunrise. It is a popular dish and is regarded as the national dish of Pakistan. The dish is known for its spiciness and taste. It was originally more of a delicacy with myriad variations on spiciness and texture.  #India #Delhi #lahore #foodpic #food #yum #yummy #delicious #cuisine #kitchen #history #wow #photography #photooftheday #delhigram #sodelhi #picoftheday #instafood #instago #instashare #indiapictures #vsco #vscocam #instagram #morning #ifoundawesome #_coi Bangladeshi Food, Jama Masjid, National Dish, Mughal Empire, Bone Marrow, Breakfast Items, The Dish, Free Food, 18th Century
Instagram post by Indian Foodiyé • Feb 27, 2017 at 9:45am UTC
Via @soul_of_clown - NIHARI Nihari (Urdu: نهاری) is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly beef or lamb along with bone marrow. The word Nihar originated from the Arabic word "Nahar" (Arabic: نهار) which means "day" as it was typically served after sunrise Fajr prayers. According to many sources Nihari either originated in Old Delhi (Jama Masjid and Daryaganj areas) in the late 18th century during the last throes of the Mughal Empire or in the royal kitchens of Awadh in modern day Lucknow Uttar Pradesh India. The Nawab ate Nihari early in the morning after Fajr prayers and then took a long nap before going to Zhuhr (afternoon Muslim prayers). Later on it became popular among the labor class as a regular breakfast item. Another story reveals that #Nihari was cooked overnight in large volume to be served to the labourers. Whenever there were massive constructions involved and the kings served meals free to labour and also paid them. In some instances kings did not want to offer coins / currencies they in turn offered free meals and accommodations to the labourers. Since the work had to be started in the morning it was cooked in an earthern pot sometimes even buried and served in the morning to ensure the supply of energetic labour force. Alternative origins puts roots in the Muslim Nawab kitchens having achieved fame via the storied royal kitchens of Lucknow. Nihari developed with the overall cuisine of south Asian Muslims. It has been an old popular delicacy in parts of #Bangladesh particularly Dhaka and Chittagong. People cooked it for one whole night and they got it in the early morning at sunrise. It is a popular dish and is regarded as the national dish of Pakistan. The dish is known for its spiciness and taste. It was originally more of a delicacy with myriad variations on spiciness and texture. #India #Delhi #lahore #foodpic #food #yum #yummy #delicious #cuisine #kitchen #history #wow #photography #photooftheday #delhigram #sodelhi #picoftheday #instafood #instago #instashare #indiapictures #vsco #vscocam #instagram #morning #ifoundawesome #_coi