Each of us absolutely love our regional cuisines, the culture we come from, its corresponding food habits , it is something each of us have been brought up with. Here is one such meal from the Parsi cuisine, that's absolutely finger licking good. A creamy Badam nu gosht, served along with rotli and a lovely Masaledar tuvar ni dal to go along with some Vagharela chawal and some salad by the side. *Slurp*
This meal is not only healthy but also tasty, protein rich almonds used in the gravy of the mutton dish and toor dal again giving us our proteins. Other carbohydrates include the rice and Rotli on the meal plate, all of these will keep you satiated for a long period of time.
You can replace the mutton with Tarkari Ni Kari Recipe (Parsi Style Vegetable Curry) if you are a vegetarian. All in all a great meal that not only would the Parsi's enjoy but all of us would too. So wait no more and whip up this meal in your kitchen today
A delicious rich and creamy dish made with succulent pieces of mutton, and almonds form the base of this gravy, this Badam Nu Gosht Recipe is something you must try in your kitchen.
If not for mutton, you could use chicken or even vegetables.
Try our other Mutton Recipes:
- Himachali Pahadi Mutton Recipe
- Bengali Kosha Mangsho Recipe-Slow Cooked Mutton Curry
- Mutton Rezala Recipe
Toor dal made masaledar with a a freshly ground masala and tadka of onion tomato, this Parsi style Tuvar Ni Dhar Recipe is an absolute winner.
Try our other Dal recipes:
- Navrang Dal Recipe ( Spicy Mixed Lentils)
- Arhar Ki Dal with Lahsun Tadka
- Maa Ki Dal Recipe - Punjabi Style Black Urad Dal
Such simple flavours, yet great tasting, this Vagharela Chawal is cooked with caramelised onions and whole spices like cardamom, cinnamon and cloves.
Try our other Rice recipes:
- Dhaba Style Spicy Ghee Rice Recipe Made From Whole Spices
- Jeera Rice (Pulao) Recipe (Cumin & Ghee Flavored Rice)
- Matta Rice Peas Pulao Recipe
A simple phulka made Parsi style that is slow cooked with no brown spots and then smeared with ghee, this Parsi Rotli can replace the regular phulaks in your kitchen.