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Bakri Eid demands an array of delicious succulent meat dishes. Right from melt-in-the-mouth kababs to rich curries – all the recipes you will ever need to throw a successful Eid feast. Here are our top 10 recipes for the mutton maniac in you!

Anda Kaleeji Taka tak

Boiled eggs and mutton liver cooked with a delicious mishmash of onions, tomatoes and powdered spices. Made famous by the stalls and streets of several ‘khau gallis’ across the country this taka tak preparation is best served with pav.

Let your taste buds wander - Banjara Gosht

Chunks of mutton pieces on the bone cooked with whole spices and yogurt till succulent and juicy – a Banjara Gosht recipe is simple and best made in large quantities – just like any other Eid preparation.

Mutton Boti Burger

Give your Eid dawat a fusion twist with this juicy Mutton Boti Burger. A delicious shredded mutton mixture piled onto lettuce lined burger buns sprinkled with crunchy onions and tangy chaat masala. Along with a side of fries, this boti burger is great for some interactive food fun!

Nalli Gosht – enough said.

Nalli is one of the most delicious parts of lamb and it just gets better when cooked in this robust masala. Along with steamed rice or just simple rotis, this Nalli Gosht recipe is a guaranteed hit. Just remember to not use your delicate cutlery while serving this!

Kerala Style Mopillah Biryani

Eid without biryani is like a morning without sunshine! This Kerala style biryani has layers of fluffy rice and succulent mutton cooked with creamy coconut milk, aromatics and fiery whole spices to give you a final dish worthy of a grand celebration.

Melt in the mouth - Lacy Mutton Cutlets

Soft, melt-in-the-mouth, mildly spiced minced mutton cutlets. What makes them lacy is the generous egg wash they are dipped in just before shallow-frying. Served along with onion rings, lemon and a simple green chutney, it is the perfect snack for an Eid gathering.

Robust and spicy - Himachali Gosht Rara

Robust and spicy – are the two best words to describe this Himachali Gosht Rara. Marinated mutton pieces sautéed in a brown onion masala and then pressure cooked till it falls of the bone with the slightest nudge.

One big food party - Mansaf

This Arab classic is a dish that is meant to be cooked for a large gathering. Mildly spiced, rich yogurt marinated mutton cooked in ghee and onions with crunchy almonds and pinenuts. Served on a bed of pulao along with some soft roomali rotis on the side. There is literally nothing else you need with this!

Special Mention – Paya Soup!

Paya Soup is one of the most indulgent things you can have on Bakri Eid. Lamb trotter soup for the soul and beyond – if you haven’t tried it already, its high time you do!


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