6 Mutton Kebab Recipes You Should Definitely Try
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Kebabs are a crowd pleaser at almost every dinner party or occasion. Especially, if it is meant to be a non-vegetarian fare. While chicken seekh kebabs may be delicious too, the royalty of galouti, kakori or shami kebabs is sure to make us drool. These delightful mutton kebabs are every meat-lover's dream come true. Present a plate full of these meaty, juicy kebabs and we are sure they will be polished off in a matter of minutes.

Looking to make some of these succulent and utterly delicious mutton kebabs at home? We’ve got the best recipes right here for you to get you through it. From succulent shami to melt-in-mouth galouti, we’ve got you covered with all!

1. Galouti Kebab

Soft, melt-in-mouth, galouti kebabs from the Nawabs of Lucknow is a real treat when paired with ‘ulte tawe ka paratha’. It is made from minced mutton along with a host of spices and herbs including bay leaf, cardamom, cinnamon, peppercorns, poppy seeds and much more.

2. Boti Kebab

Mutton pieces marinated in a pool of flavourful spices, mutton boti kebab are made with boneless mutton cubes in a stark contrast to other kebabs that are made using minced meat.  These marinated cubes are slow cooked first and then grilled with a bit of ghee for 5 minutes right before serving.

3. Haleem Ke Kebab

Yes, you guessed it right. The star component of this kebab is haleem with the only difference being that it isn’t a stew. This kebab is made from a blended mix of boiled mutton, lentils and spices, giving us an irresistible treat.

4. Gosht Shikampuri Kebab

These stuffed flat, cutlet-like kebabs made of minced meat, onion and a host of spices and herbs are a crowd pleaser. Pair with your favourite chutney and enjoy the melt-in-mouth yet crispy kebabs.  

5. Mutton Burrah Kebab

These are kebabs made with mutton chops. The recipe is easy where mutton chops are pricked and marinated with a mix of spices and yogurt, which is then cooked over grill for about 30-40 minutes.  

6. Mutton Shami Kebab

One of the most popular kebabs on the list, shami kebabs is known to be Awadhi delight made with mutton mince and chana dal. The two are pressure cooked with spices and herbs such as whole garam masala, whole red chillies, garlic, bay leaves and onion, made into a tikki and shallow-fried! Serve these with parathas for a yummy treat.