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Eid Mubarak: 10 Exotic Mutton Recipes To Celebrate Bakrid

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Bakrid is also known as Eid-ul-Zuha or Eid-al-Adha which means the Eid of sacrifice. This festival is celebrated with great joy and fervour all over the world. On this auspicious day, the Muslims are supposed to sacrifice a goat and offer prayers at the mosque.

Since Bakrid is associated with sacrificing a goat and then consuming the mutton for a grand meal, Boldsky has come up with ten exotic mutton recipes for Bakrid. These sumptuous mutton recipes have been picked from the best of the lot among the various states of India. We have the Kashmiri khatta meat for a tangy twist, the Hyderabadi lal gosht for the spice lovers, the dhaba style mutton pepper fry for those who want a simple yet delicious meal and the list goes on.

MUST READ: THE STORY OF BAKRID

With such variety of mutton recipes, we are sure your taste-buds are already gearing up for a tasty gastronomic ride. So, wait no more and check out these ten exotic mutton recipes which are a must try on this Eid al-Adha or Bakrid.

Eid Mubarak!

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Khatta Meat

Khatta meat is considered among the top Indian mutton recipes. This Kashmiri mutton recipe is different from the average over the counter mutton curry. As the name suggests, Khatta meat has a distinct sour taste. This dish is a staple for Dogris or people living in Jammu. Click for the recipe

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Hyderabadi Lal Gosht

Hyderabadi lal gosht is a spicy mutton curry which is prepared with some very unique ingredients. The taste and flavour of this delectable mutton recipe depends on the yogurt and the aromatic mix of spices which make this dish simply hard to resist. Click for the recipe

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Dabba Gosht

Dabba Gosht is one of those luxuriant Eid recipes rich and delicious. It is an Indian mutton recipe that is popular across the sub continent in various variations. This exotic sounding name is for an interesting lamb curry recipe that is pretty basic otherwise. Click for the recipe

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Mutton Dumpukht

Mutton dumpukht is prepared with a blend of some very fragrant spices and herbs. The mutton is first marinated with the spices and curd and then cooked over very low flame for a long time till the mutton turns tender. This spicy and mouthwatering delight is simply hard to resist and looks extremely tempting. Click for the recipe

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Andhra Style Mutton Pepper Fry

Originally, this is a dhaba style dish that you get on the highways. This particular mutton pepper fry recipe is inspired from the Andhra style of cooking.

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Chettinad Mutton Kulambu

Here is a famous Chettinad mutton kulambu recipe which is sure to delight your taste-buds. Kulambu in Tamil refers to a kind of gravy. The mutton pieces are cooked in a thick masala based gravy. The main trick of this mutton recipe is to get the quantity of the masala right. The masala paste lends the whole flavour to this recipe.

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Mutton Paya

Mutton paya has a lot of Indian spices added to it which enhances the flavour of the meal. This mouth-watering dish can be eaten as a side dish or even as a main dish along with coconut rice or even biryani. Here is one of the best recipes to follow if you want to prepare mutton paya this Bakrid.

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Hariyali Mutton Curry

Hariyali mutton curry is recipe is prepared using a blend of Indian herbs and spices. The creamy texture of the dish comes from the cashew nuts and fresh cream which adds a lip-smacking flavour to it. The tender and juicy pieces of mutton just melts in your mouth and makes you crave for more of this royal mutton recipe.

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Mutton Kosha/ Kassa

The surprising part of this mutton recipe is that not a drop of water is used during the cooking process. The magic taste in the dish flares up from slow cooking and the perfect blend of the spices. Traditionally, a little sugar is added and caramelized to get the beautiful and attractive brown colour of the curry. Click for the recipe

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Peshawari Raan

Raan, a famous dish in North eastern parts of the Indian continent is basically the leg of a lamb that is cooked in the tandoor. This Indian mutton recipe is very popular in the northern states of Punjab and Kashmir. Cooking the leg of lamb, usually a huge one, in generous portions of butter or ghee is the original and delicious Raan recipe.

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Story first published: Monday, October 6, 2014, 11:41 [IST]
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