The Kashmiri Muslim "Wazawaan" an elaborate ritualistic meal for special guests is nothing short of spectacular. It can have thirty or more courses. Mouth watering desserts generally made of dairy products follow and the meal is then topped off with the "kawah" a green tea transformed into a magical portion with just the right amount of saffron, cardamoms and almonds. The meals are prepared by the Wazas - the master chefs of Kashmir. They are the descendants of Mughal rulers who come here in the early 15th century.
These Kashmiri spiced lamb chops promise to wrestle your appetite to the ground, like me, you may find yourself licking the plate clean without any shame and devouring every last crumb shed by the spice jacket worn by the chops.