It's time for Blog Hop Wednesdays again. Actually I'm lagging behind now, since I missed last blog hop, this week I have decided to complete my pending work and then continue with current work.
Last time I was paired with Shireen of Ruchik Randhap, after going through her lovely blog , my eyes got struck to her tempting non veg recipes. I'm just posting one recipe for this blog hop, but I have bookmarked a lot from her blog. Do visit her blog to check all her yummy recipes.
Recipe Source: Ruchik Randhap
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 1 hour
Basmathi Rice- 2 cups
Mutton - 2 cups
Ginger garlic paste- 2 tsp
Garam masala- 1 1/2 tsp
Carrots- 2 medium sized ( julienne cut )
Onion- 1 medium sized ( sliced )
Raisins- 20 g
Almonds- 20 g
Pistas- 20 g
Mutton Stock- 3 cups
Coriander and mint leaves- 2 tbsp ( chopped )
Pinch of saffron soaked in warm milk
Salt to taste
Oil for frying and cooking
Wash the mutton well. Add oil to the pan, then add the sliced onions and ginger garlic paste and fry until lightly golden in colour. Now add the washed mutton pieces and stir well. Cover the pan and cook it for 5 to 10 minutes until the water oozes out from the mutton. Now add the garam masala, coriander leaves, mint leaves and salt. Cover the pan and pressure cook upto 3 to 4 whistles or until the mutton looks tender.
Now take another pan, fry the carrots and nuts separately in little oil and keep it aside.
Soak the rice in water with little salt for about ten 10 minutes. Now take a heavy bottomed pan, layer it with half of the mutton pieces, now top it with rice, continue layering with carrots and nuts. Repeat this layers alternatively until everything is done. Pour the saffron milk, stock and 1 cup of water. Add enough salt to taste. Cover the lid and cook it in medium to low heat until the rice looks well cooked and fluffy.
Serve it warm with raita and gravy.
This post is linked with Royal Feast- Biryani and Blog Hop Wednesdays.