Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Qubuli Uzbaki ( Afghani Style Mutton Pulav )


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
Serves 4


Ingredients:
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

Method:
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.


55 comments:

Sumee said...

ummmm.. Yummy pulav

Saji said...

Wow this is delicious
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Priya said...

Omg, fantastic pulav,simply irresistible with those nuts..

Santosh Bangar said...

STYLE IS REALY NABABI PULAV LOOKS EXCELLENT .PRESENTATION SUPER

sangee vijay said...

Awww...mutton pulav looks delicious to the core and truly inviting...your clicks are fantastic as usual!!

schmetterlingwords said...

The name itself attracts me. If I were there, I would finish up that inviting bowl in one go and ask for more. Bookmarked!!

Glad you are back dear :)

Now Serving said...

Pulav looks colorful and nutritious dear! Sorry that you not be able to be part of blog hop - hope everything is okay! cheers, priya

saffronstreaks said...

Mutton pulav looks so tempting and gorgeous, loved it and glad that u add the mutton stocks, it brings out the flavour

divya said...

OMG....Wow looks very tempting..yumm

Rebecca from Chow and Chatter said...

this looks wonderful love Aghani food

Uma said...

Superb. I like your way of presentation. Rich!!!

R said...

looks so authentic and tasty!

anthony stemke said...

A very nice pilaf, I can't get mutton but of course can substitute.
Thank You.

Amina Khaleel said...

wow... Afghani style mutton pulav... mouth watering... wanting to try it soon..

Nammi said...

wow , this is new, I am the first to comment !!!. THats a delicious looking pulav.

Dzoli said...

I have to say I love mutton meat.It has so mcuh flavour and on a creamy pilav it must taste heavenly;)

ANU said...

wow awesome recipe...well the name of the recipe is very new to me but it looks very inviting!


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Aarthi said...

Delicious …Perfectly made one..I will surely try it soon..Thanks for the recipe dear..

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Jaleela Kamal said...

rompa arumai ayeesha

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

yummy briyani,i will not have mutton but while seeing the click feel like garbing the bowl...btwn wat is that drink u served???very colourful...wonderful spread...

Chandrani said...

Wow!!mutton pulao looks so inviting and delicious.

Daksha said...

Oh my does this Biryani looks so fantastic!And your photography is gorgeous – Looks so appealing!

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Yum Yum Mutton Pulav Dear.Luv the recipe and delicious clicks as well.

zareena.b said...

Ufff... this looks perfect dear. Amazing pics and lovely dish. Bookmarked.

Cardamom Hills said...

wow....an exotic afghani recipe....anything new with lamb is welcome in my house....gota try this one!! thanks for posting =)

That Girl said...

Such a beautiful dish!

An Open Book said...

i once tried making this n loved it..tried it with beef though :)

Sravs said...

very inviting and wonderful pulav!!

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Priya's Feast said...

The recipe sounds new to me..Good to c u back..happy bakrid..

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking rice dish looks wonderful
salaams Akheela

Swati Sapna said...

The Pulao sounds awesome\! And thanks for introducing us to another fabulous blogger :)

G.Pavani said...

looks so delicious n beautiful presentation..

The Café Sucré Farine said...

This looks fabulous! Love all these flavors!

Mary said...

What a colorful dish. It looks delicious and you've presented it beautifully. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Jay said...

sounds sooooooooper doooooooooper pulav...irresistable clik dear..;)
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Tina said...

Tempting mutton pulav..

Panchamrutham said...

lovely pulav recipe....wonderful combination of flavors

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faseela said...

Wow.........Presentation itself makes it so tempting...........

Ambreen said...

This sounds wonderful, lovely flavors. Looks awesome!

Balvinder ( Neetu) said...

We are definitely going to share our recipes. Though, I don't eat meat that much but I have to cook at least once a week. Biryani and pulavs are my family favourite.

Angie's Recipes said...

The rice looks really super!

Catherine said...

This looks very delicious! I love all the flavors and ingredients! Blessings, your friend, Catherine~

சிநேகிதி said...

இப்புனிதப் பெருநாளில் நாமும் இப்றாஹீம் நபியவர்களின் தியாகத்தை மனதில் நிறுத்தி, புத்தாடை பூண்டு, அதில் நறுமணம் தடவி, பள்ளி சென்று இறைவனை இதயம் கனிந்து தொழுது உற்ற நண்பர்களுடன் உறவாடி உற்றார் உறவினர்களுடன் உளப்பூரிப்போடு நல்வழிகாட்டிய நபிமார்களின் வழியில் ஏழைகளைப் போற்றி இறைபணிந்து வாழ்வோம். இனிய தியாகத்திருநாள் நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள்..

faseela said...

Happy to follow you............


Click itself iso tempting.........

Nice blog

Sheoh Yan said...

The rice looks so yummy to me.

Trix said...

Wow, your photos are incredible!! This dish looks mouthwatering.

Medifast Coupons said...

Very nice, love all the colors.

Zainab said...

Delicious!!! Simply gorgeous!!! Hadnt been able to catch up for awhile... I see i have missed out alot here!!!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow...looks simple ans flavorsome....

Emily Malloy said...

Absolutely divine!

Spandana said...

Looks very delicious.. never tried afghani food... Cant wait to try it!!

Manju said...

Such a lovely recipe. You have a gorgeous blog here , will be definitely following ur space here.

Regards,
Manju

Kurryleaves said...

love the presentation dear...pulav looks really tempting...

Anonymous said...

what substitution for mutton stock that i do not have in handy???

Umm Mymoonah said...

@ Anonyms,Mutton stock can be replaced with vegetable or chicken stock. If you don't have this too, use just water,but make sure to use mutton with bones in the recipe. Please don't use any readymade stock which has cornstarch in it.

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