Mutton has always taken a special place in people’s heart when served in their plates. The red meat when cooked carefully results in a buttery delicious tender treat, the flavour of which blends delightfully well with the myriad spices that go into its preparation which is why it is always served on special occasions, festivals and get together. Cooking mutton requires little skill that you must be aware of so that people can enjoy it in every other way. As people from every culture love eating it, there are numerous spices which different cultures play around with to arrive at their own regional speciality. Here are some of the dishes you should try this bakrid and make it a different one.
It is a Bengali mutton curry in which people add potatoes to bring more taste to it. Kosha mangsho is made up of variety of spices added all together. Come Sunday, and most Bengali households prepare mutton curry for lunch, taking all their time to pound the spice mix and cook the meat till tender.
CHAMPARAN MUTTON CURRY
It is a one pot delicacy from Bihar, wherein the meat is prepared in an earthen pot or Matka with various spices such as cloves, garlic, and cinnamon. With a bold, smoky flavour,, this curry, is a perfect feast to go with roti or rice. I am sure your mouth must be watering by now!
Rogan Josh is one of the most loved Kashmiri Cuisine and is most popularly known for its taste. This dish is said to be introduced by the Mughals in Kashmir and went on to cook it in Delhi to escape the scorching heat. The Kashmiri chillies lend the dish its rich colour without adding too much heat, unlike other chillies found across the sub-continent.