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Hyderabadi Dum k Kabab

on July 25, 2012

 

Hyderabadi Dum k Kabab

Rich & Royala

Presenting you with a royal delicacy, a very famous dum k kabab ! You simply can’t ignore the taste and richness it gives you and the burst of flavors with the meat which is moist, juicy and supple irresistible combination of spices, meat and of course the cooking method which altogether makes it as special as its regal history of eating and serving prevailed in the royal families through out ages and still as popular as ever.

 

Ingredients:

-Mutton 1/2 kg boneless

-Onion 4 golden brown

-Coriander & Mint leaves 1 cup

-Cinnamon 1 tsp ( roasted & grinded)

-Shah Zeera ( Black Cumin seeds) 1 tsp ( roasted & grinded )

-Saffron, Almond & Charoli/Charonji 2 tbsp ( roasted & grinded )

-Poppy seeds 1 tsp (roasted & grinded )

-Cream 250 ml

-Yogurt 250 gm

-Big Cardamom 1 tsp

-Coconut powder 2 tbsp ( roasted & grinded )

-Salt 1 tsp

-Red chili powder 1 tsp

-Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp

-Raw papaya 25o gm

-Juice of 2 lemons

-Oil 1/2 cup

-A piece of charcoal for smoke.

Method:

Marinate mutton with papaya, ginger garlic paste, cream , yogurt, coconut, cinnamon, oil and all spices. Leave overnight.

Cook covered for two hours on low flame until meat is tender. Give smoke by making the charcoal red hot on flame, put in between the cooked meat and pout a tsp of Ghee over it and cover immediately preventing smoke to escape. Leave covered for about a minute or two, garnish with chopped coriander, mint leaves and green chilies or onions  if you like. Serve!

 

Cooking Tip:

If you’re cooking for someone important — whether it’s your boss or a date — never try a new recipe and a new ingredient at the same time.

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