We all know that there is no end to what we can make in Indian cuisine. The culture changes every 20 km, and we always come across something new and exciting that we want to indulge in! And as we discover these various tastes of India, we cannot go without mentioning the Hyderabadi food! This authentic cuisine, also known as Deccani cuisine, is a blend of Mughlai, Turkish, and Arabic cuisines with a touch of Telugu and Marathwada food culture. The streets and restaurants of the region are packed with much-loved delicacies. One can surely call Hyderabad a paradise for foodies! However, since we have travel restrictions right now, we cannot go all the way to Hyderabad and do a food tour. But if you want the taste of the region at your home, then fret not! Here we bring you a yummy traditional recipe of Hyderabadi mutton marag that you must try!
This Hyderabadi mutton marag is a spicy and rich mutton stew perfect for chilly weather! This goes well with roti or naan. Generally, this popular recipe is served at weddings and special occasions. You can easily make this at your home when you have guests coming over. This recipe is sure to be the show-stopper at your dinner table. So, without waiting, let us check out the recipe for this dish!
Hyderabadi Mutton Marag Recipe: Here's How To Make Hyderabadi Mutton Marag
First, in a pressure cooker, add cloves, cardamom, ginger-garlic paste, onions and saute them till onions are soft. Then add the mutton pieces and cook it till the colour changes. Then add water and pressure cooker it till tender. Till it cooks, make a fine paste with green chillies, cashews, coconut, pistachios, and chironji seeds. Then mix this paste in the mutton with curd. Once this mix starts boiling, throw in garam masala, pepper, red chilli powder, salt, jeera powder, coriander powder and a few mint leaves. Let it come to a boil. Finally, add a bit of the cream from the top and serve.
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Make this delicious recipe, and let us know how you liked the taste of it!