This dish tastes the best with rumali roti, naan, parathas, and rice.
Mughlai cuisine has given us a broad range of royal delicacies. One of them is delicious and sumptuous Mutton Akbari. It is a thick gravy mutton recipe which is easy to prepare. Every bite of this recipe is infused with so many flavours.
Mutton Akbari is a royal and spicy Mughlai dish and is a part of both Indian and Pakistani cuisines. It has juicy chunks of mutton which taste well when blended properly. Check out how to prepare this tempting recipe at home.
Here’s the recipe for Mutton Akbari.
Cooking time: 60 minutes
Next, put mutton pieces into this masala followed by salt as per your taste.
Stir well so that the meat is coated properly with the masala.
In this step, put ½ cup of hot water into the pan and mix well.
Now, simmer it for a while and cover the pan. Cook until the meat is tender.
Once the meat is cooked and the gravy has thickened, garnish the dish with chopped coriander.
Your Mutton Akbari is ready to be served hot, along with onion and papad.
Points to remember:
If you don’t have garlic or ginger paste, you can prepare fresh garlic and ginger paste.
Keep checking on the meat as it cooks, and put in more water if needed.
Make sure that the existing water doesn’t dry up. Stir often as well to prevent burning.