Mutton Archive

Kali Pujor Niramish Pathar Mangsho or Proshadi Mangsho (“Vegetarian” Mutton as Kali Puja Prasad)

    Today is Diwali. In West Bengal, the same festival is celebrated in a slightly different way. We worship Goddess Kali or Ma Chamunda, who is a wild avatar of the Supreme feminine power. While the rest of the nation worships Goddess Lakshmi and eats a strict vegetarian food, Bengalis eat ...Read More

Traditional Bengali Delicacies: Kosha Mangsho (Slow-Cooked Bengali-Style Mutton with Spices)

    Happy Durga Puja to all! As a Bengali, I always take pride to talk about the rich culinary heritage of Bengal. Our Bengali dishes are appreciated worldwide for their variety and flavour. Bengali cuisine is refined. We have mouth-watering Bengali street food, and this includes our rustic Phuchka, Jhal Muri ...Read More

Review: Amritsari Food Festival by Chef Jyoti Arora at Jyran, Sofitel Mumbai BKC

  In India, 14th April, 2015 is a reason to celebrate. The Sikh festival of Baisakhi falls on 13th April every year. Only once in 36 years, it falls on 14th April, and this year is the year! To add to the festive charm, Chef Jyoti Arora is here in Mumbai to ...Read More

Mutton Biryani with Healthy Flax and Watermelon Seeds

  This was my Valentine’s Day recipe for my husband AN: he loves Mutton Biryani and I love to feed him delicious, yet healthy food. My biryani has the added goodness of healthy seeds! There is already so much awareness these days on how healthy flax seeds and watermelon seeds are. Flax ...Read More

Light Indian Mutton/Lamb Stew

Light Indian mutton/lamb stew We are just back from Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu, India. This was our first trip outside Mumbai, after relocating from Hong Kong a few months back. I must say, this was a much-awaited break and we thoroughly enjoyed every moment of being so close to nature. The weather ...Read More

Nepali Mutton Momo (Dumplings) and Three Mouth-Watering Momo Dips

Nepali mutton momo Nepal. Simple people and heart-warming food. One of the most popular Nepali dishes is the momo, which can be both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Although it looks similar to the Chinese dim sums or dumplings, but it is not. What makes the difference is the filling. This filling (in case ...Read More

Mangshor Jhol (Bengali Mutton Curry)

Hi readers! Hope you all had a great holiday time! My holidays were fabulous: spent through partying, eating out, spending a lot of time with kids and relaxing! 2011 will always be a memorable year for me because this was the year when I started blogging, as we settled in Hong Kong. ...Read More

Rogan Josh from Kashmir

Kashmiri rogan josh: a red, succulent mutton curry Rogan Josh: Just like the biryani, this is another royal Indian dish, believed to be introduced in India by the Mughals. In Persian, the word “rogan josh” means something which is boiling, hot and red in colour. Rogan josh is a signature dish in ...Read More