The bedai is a fried, puffy bread, much like kachori, served with a bowl of spicy sabzi with hunks of potato. The jalebi, is a dessert made of fermented batter thats fried into ropy whorls, then soaked in hot sugary syrup.
This is a delicious meat stew which came with the Mughals. The dish is simply made by boiling mutton for several hours in spices and salt till the meat separates from the bone. The dish is best consumed with baked naans.
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