What makes this curry special is the “bhuna” part. This consists of pan frying the meat with spices. The meat cooks in its own juices, which is what gives the deep flavour. It is a bit time consuming, but the end result is delicious.
The wonderful flavours of the Mediterranean region inspired me to make this yummy dish. You may use mutton if you can't find lamb.
One of the courtly dishes of the Mughals, do-piaza combines onions and tomatoes with their fave spices as a foil for rich duck. Try serving with plain boiled long-grain rice or mirchi parathas.
This truly festive mutton dish has a juicy leg of lamb marinated overnight with fresh rosemary, garlic, mustard, honey and lemon zest.
Grape leaves are stuffed with meat and veggies for this intensely popular traditional snack from Middle Eastern and Mediterranean countries. This one is inspired by a Greek filling of lamb and rice.
Bulgogi translates to 'fire meat' and that should come as a pleasant surprise to our palates, used as they are, to fiery flavours. Koreans, like us, take their mirchis seriously! You may use beef or any meat of choice.
This Shahi Nawabi Biryani..has given immence pleassure of cooking this Biryani for my family n friends...this Shahi Biryani is enriched with more flavours from Nawabi kind of peoples.
I have had several unripe banana curries and snacks. This is the first time I found a recipe for an unripe banana beef tikka. A tikka is somewhat like a kabab, both of which are usually made of minced meat balls. During Eid-ul-Adha, beef becomes very popular as most people would buy and sacrifice cows in the name of Allah. Beef tikkas are widely made during this special holiday, and coming Eid, if you want to try something new, then you should try the tikka with some bananas!
Mutton is one of the most loved food here in India. And then when it is made with coconut it contains the right signature taste to it that says "Exotic India". Serve with pulao or Kashmiri rice.