The sacrifice of goats and sheep in the name of Allah is a Sunnah-e- Ibrahimi and is the way to start the feast of Eid-ul-Adha. Bakra Eid is the second Eid of the Muslims and is considered to be the holiest day of the year. It is celebrated on the tenth of Zilhajj every year. On this day, Muslims from all over the world travel to Mecca and perform Hajj. It is a time of great feast and joy as meat from the sacrificed animals is eaten at many social gatherings like bbq parties. In this article, we have compiled a list of top five mutton recipes that are relished on the joyous occasion of Eid-ul-Adha 2017
  1. Mutton Mandi

mutton mandi recipeA traditional mutton recipe that is known for its tender and soft meat and aromatic rice, mutton Mandi is something not to be missed. Originally from Yemen, this recipe has gained fame all over the world especially in the Arabian Peninsula, India, and Pakistan. The word Mandi comes from an Arabic word “nada” which means dew, referring to the mushy and dewy texture of the meat used in the recipe. The unique feature of this recipe is that it is prepared in an earthen, clay oven known as the tandoor or “taboon” in Arabic.

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  1. Kashmiri Mutton Pulao

kashmiri pulaoMutton Pulao is one of the recipes that you can’t afford to miss this Eid-ul-Adha. This rice recipe is an aromatic cuisine that is said to be the precursor of the biryani recipe as it was first prepared more than 4000 years ago. It is prepared by cooking rice in a seasoned broth, and the resulting dish is an aromatic cuisine that is famous all over the Indian subcontinent, the Arabian Peninsula, Afghanistan, turkey and the Caribbean.

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  1. Mutton Paya

mutton payaThere is hardly any person on this earth who would say no to a sticky slimy plate of mutton paye recipe. This delectable recipe is a traditional south Asian food and is said to be an amalgamation of the south and central Asian cuisine. Paya means “feet” in Urdu and Hindi and is prepared by the hoofs or trotters of goat, sheep, and buffaloes with an assortment of spices and herbs. Sometimes paya is also known as “Pacha”, especially in central Asia. Mutton Paya is served with naan and roti and is popular all over India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

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  1. Mutton Kunna

mutton kunnaFrom the colorful and cultural rich province of Punjab, comes a recipe which is loaded with the richness of the meat and a taste that will keep you coming back for more, say hello to the mutton kunna recipe. This recipe gets its name “Kunna” from a clay pot used for its preparation. This traditional Punjabi dish is said to originate from the city of Chiniot Pakistan and is very famous all over the country. It is served with steaming hot tandoori naan and roti. Get the complete recipe here.

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  1. Mutton Black Pepper Karahi

Mutton Black Pepper KarahiOne of the meekly spiced mutton recipes of Pakistan is known as the mutton black pepper Karahi. The beginnings of this mutton recipe are unidentified but it is said to be inspired by the Balochi style of cooking. The distinctive thing about the mutton black pepper Karahi recipe is that is made by using only black pepper and green chili for seasoning purposes without the addition of any garam masala or red pepper. This mutton recipe is perfect for foodies who don’t like too much spicy food and it also has a rich dose of yogurt which gives it a creamy and mushy texture.

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