What Is Nihari?
Nihari is an old-fashioned dish of Muslims of Bhopal, Delhi, and Lucknow. In 1947, many Muslims migrated to Pakistan from India and started their restaurants. Nihari had become famous and now nihari is famous all over the world.
So, There are many types of nihari but nalli nihari is popular among all.
INGREDIENT FOR NIHARI GOSHT
|Ginger-garlic paste||1 tsp|
|Chili powder||1 tsp|
|Wheat flour||50 grams|
|Coriander||As per taste|
|Ginger||As per taste|
FOR NIHARI MASALA
HOW TO MAKE GOSHT NIHARI
- In a pan heat the olive oil on medium flame until hot
- Add the ginger paste and garlic paste and sauté for a few minutes on medium heat
- Then add the mutton/beef and cook until the color changes
- While the mutton/beef is cooking, crush the fennel seeds, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, black peppercorns, cinnamon, black cardamom, green cardamom, cloves, and bay leaves to convert it into a powder form.
- Now, add the nihari masala powder, chili powder, turmeric powder, and salt then cook the spices for 4-5 minutes
- Add the water and cook for a further 2 hours on low heat until the meat is tender
- In a single bowl, mix the wheat flour and 100ml of water to make a smooth paste – this flour mixture acts as a stiffening agent, if you want to thick it more then add more flour to it.
- Add this mixture into the pan then cover up with a lid and cook for 30 minutes.
- Heat the olive oil in another pan on medium heat
- Add the onions and fry them until browned
- Add these onions to the meat along with the chopped coriander, ginger, and chilies.
- Serve it with naan and enjoy!