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Eid 2022: 5 Mutton Recipes To Make For The Feast

Eid is almost here! Celebrate your festivities with these amazing mutton recipes.
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  • Eid 2022: 5 Mutton Recipes To Make For The Feast

    Ramadan, Islam's holy month of fasting, is drawing to a close and will be followed by Eid-ul-Fitr, the most important celebration in the Islamic calendar. This is when Muslims throughout the world will offer prayers to the Almighty and break their fast with family and friends over a nutritious feast. A lavish food spread is prepared and presented to guests as part of the Eid celebrations. Today we bring you some yummy mutton recipes to make on Eid.
  • Awadhi Ghosht Korma

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    It is delightful and rich in flavour, creamy in taste, and light on the stomach, and it is one of the best royal mutton recipes loaded with Mughlai flavours. For a hearty Ramadan dinner, serve it with sheermal or paratha.
  • Railway Mutton Curry

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    During the British Raj, it was first prepared by Indian Railway chefs with the light taste buds of the British in mind. Mutton chunks are combined with spices and yoghurt, then garnished with coriander leaves and served with steamed rice.
  • Champaran Meat

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    This is a unique mutton curry from the state of Bihar. In a pool of spices and herbs, succulent mutton chunks are marinated and cooked. This dish is simple to digest, as it is prepared in an earthen pot on a slow-burning charcoal stove.
  • Mutton Beliram

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    This dish comes straight from the Royal kitchens and is named after Chef Beliram. It is made with mutton, green chilies, spices, and yoghurt, all put into a pot and stewed gently.
  • Hokh Hund Mutton Kofta

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    Made with mutton balls sauted with a variety of spices like kasuri methi, deggi mirch, cardamom, and saunf powder, these koftas are a distinctive Kashmiri delicacy. You can pair it with soft naans.
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