Stir fried lamb brain combined with a heartwarming gravy. High on spices, this classic hit will win your heart with its spellbinding aroma and creamy texture.
Goats brain cooked in masalas pahadi style.
Lamb brain sauteed with Indian spices, served with a paper thin bread known as roomali roti.
Cutlets made from goat's brain. Cut into small pieces, mixed with garlic, chillies and ginger. Dipped in egg batter, rolled in bread crumbs and deep fried.
A delicious lamb brain curry made with freshly roasted garam masalas and a rich and luscious gravy with melon seeds.
Lahore style stir fry of mutton brain, sweet bread and kidney in assorted spices, served with mint chutney.
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