Category: Mughlai Recipes

Darbari Mutton

Darbari Mutton

Darbari Mutton sounds royal but is, honestly, a simple mutton curry. Darbari Mutton isn’t loaded with usual spices but rich ingredients like cashews and khoya/mawa. This is a slow cooker recipe but it can perfectly fit your regular cooking methods like stove top or pressure […]

Slow Cooker Chicken Biryani

Slow Cooker Chicken Biryani

Yup! I’m trying my hands on a slow cooker (crock-pot) and I am absolutely blown away. My first dish cooked in a slow cooker – Chicken Biryani! I mustered the courage to prepare a complex dish like biryani as my first experiment, not a wise […]

Shahi Navratan Korma

Shahi Navratan Korma

Shahi Navratan Korma is a delicious combination of 9 vegetables in a mildly spiced, creamy gravy. You can use vegetables of your preference. When I want to give my family a vegetarian treat, I whip up dishes that are pretty much an overdose on vegetables […]

Lamb Chops

Lamb Chops

A variety of recipes from different cuisines can be experimented with lamb chops, all of which are equally delicious and simple. You’ll find a list of them on Cukzy as well – BBQ Mutton Chops, Masala Lamb Chops, Cheese Mutton Chops, Greek Roasted Lamb Chops and […]

Baghara Baingan

Baghara Baingan

Baghara Baingan – known as Baingan ka Khatta as well – is a famous dish in Hyderabad and Bangalore, especially paired with Mutton Biryani , Dum Pukht Biryani or Vegetable Biryani and is served at weddings. Another similar accompaniment is Mirchi Ka Salan. I’ve tried to prepare Baghara […]

Chicken Changezi

Chicken Changezi

Yes, the name Chicken/Murgh Changezi might remind you of the mighty emperor Genghis Khan, popularly known as Changez Khan in the Indian sub-continent (It did to me). There may not be any connection but it would be interesting how Chicken Changezi got its name. Maybe […]

Delhi Mutton Korma

Delhi Mutton Korma

Mutton korma recipe is one of the finest recipes from the Mughlai cuisine. The dish is rich and aromatic prepared with exotic ingredients. The authentic way to prepare similar meat dishes is to use as little water as possible and cook on low heat. It […]

Chutney Gosht

Chutney Gosht

It was an evening with little mood to cook but no mood to eat the usual or even a take-out. I decided to attempt Chutney Gosht since it sounded like a good diversion from the usual mutton curries, although not really out-of-the-box. Herbs give it […]

Mutton Rizala

Mutton Rizala

Here’s Mutton Rizala from Awadhi cuisine. Unlike the conventional deep-colored and heavily spiced gravies, Rizala is mildly-spiced, nut-based mutton dish. Awadh is known for ‘inventing’ the dum style or slow-fire cooking. Slow-cooking lets each ingredient release its flavor gradually, making the dish rich in flavor […]

Keema Curry / Keema Masala

Keema Curry / Keema Masala

Here’s a dish you’ll want to make again and again. Ingredients: 500 grams keema 1 large onion, chopped 2 medium sized tomatoes, chopped 1 potato, small cubes 1/2 cup green peas 2 tsp red chilli powder 1 tbsp roasted coriander seeds, ground (1 tsp powder) […]