Mutton Yakhni Pulao (Mutton Pilaf cooked in flavoured stock)

‘Yakhni’ means aromatic meat stock. You can understand that today I’m sharing one beautiful aromatic ‘Mutton Pulao’ recipe which is called ‘Mutton Yakhni Pulao’. This is a meat and rice dish from Kashmir, where rice is cooked in mildly flavoured mutton stock. For this recipe choose mutton with bones preferably of ribs or legs. Because… Continue reading Mutton Yakhni Pulao (Mutton Pilaf cooked in flavoured stock)

Harabhara Keema Aloo (Spicy Minced Meat Curry with Greens)

There is nothing new in ‘Keema Masala’, ‘Keema Matar’ or ‘Dum Aloo’. But with a little twist it can always be made a little tastier and different. Using greens (spinach, fenugreek and coriander) it has become more tempting and tasty. I wanted to make something different with my minced meet so decided to use baby potatoes instead of regular potatoes and my green paste. I have used a handful of green peas too to make it more tasty. You can always use regular potato and can adjust using of these leafy greens according to your choice. This is a very…

Malaidar Mutton Keema Kofta Curry (Creamy Minced Mutton Fried Ball Curry)

Every time I buy mutton keema either I make Keemawale Rajma or Bhuna Keema Masala or Mangsher Ghugni or some times Stuffed Keema Paratha. But this time I was determined to make something different. So I made ‘Malaidar Mutton Keema Kofta Curry’. I have used some fresh cream in the mutton kofta and topped the curry with some fresh ‘Malai’. Those who do not know what ‘Malai’ is …. Malai is the top thick layer of milk. After you boil milk, when it cools off a layer of fat is formed that is called ‘Sor’ in Bengali and ‘Malai’ in…

Kosha Mangsho or Mutton Kasha (Spicy Dry Mutton Curry)

Today, I bring you the recipe of this sumptuous dish straight from the Bong kitchen. Since it is the time to celebrate the biggest festival of Bengali, Durga Puja… so I thought of sharing one famous and traditional recipe i.e. ‘Kosha Mangsho’. With its velvety gravy, succulent and juicy meat pieces and rich red colour, ‘Kosha Mangsho’ never fails to lure Bengalis. There was a time when heart attacks, cholesterol, red meat were terms found only in text books and having mutton on Sundays was a ritual to any Bengali family. This recipe is so much popular that there is…