Mutton Chanp Masala
Learn how to make Mutton Champ Masala Recipe Bakra Eid is approaching fast so it is time to get out bbq and grills ready. One the most loved special Pakistani food is the Mutton Champ Masla recipe. Other bbq recipes that you can find on the sooperchef menu are chapli kabab, spicy meatballs in bbq sauce, Badami Seekh kabab and bbq biryani. Mutton chanp is basically the Pakistani version of the western rib cut which is sold at all supermarkets and butcher shops. They can be cooked as the whole slab or cage or they can be cooked separately. The great thing about the mutton champ is that they can be prepared in a variety of ways like grilling, braising, smoking, skewing, shallow frying over a tawa or deep frying in a pan or Karahi. Ribs are served all over the world in different ways and in Pakistan, the champ recipe was popularized by roadside eateries that would serve steaming hot chanps with Tawa fried green chilies and masala wali roti. This trend is most prevalent in Punjab province of Pakistan especially in cities like Lahore, Multan, and Sialkot. Ribs from many animals can be used to make champ like mutton, veal, beef, and lamb and they are served with a number of sauces like mustard, ketchup, mint chutney, bbq sauce and hot sauce. It can be eaten with a fork or served with a hot naan or roti. Sometimes champs are served as a starter although, in most of the cases, they are served as the main course meal. To download the complete recipe of mutton champ along with the preparation method of mutton champ masala recipe in Urdu and English, log on to sooperchef.pk.