From the fabled kitchens of the Mughals, Nihari Gosht is a traditional Muslim dish that has slowly took over taste buds of people across the borders. Nihari traditionally means a slow cooked mutton stew, which is said to be originated in the Awadhi kitchen of Lucknow. In earlier days, Nihari recipe had myriad variations of spices due to which it was slow cooked overnight and served the next morning on special occasions and festivals. Here is a special recipe by Chef Mahipal Singh, Junior Sous Chef at Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla that you can cook at home on festive occasions and dinner parties. Accompany it with naan, paratha or rice. Bon appetit!