Sunday, February 12, 2017

Mutton Malai Boti

From a very long time many people have been telling me to make this but I was being a bit inconsiderate of their requests.

My previous recipe for Chicken Malai Tikka was liked by a lot of people and the response was amazing so I decided that I need to give this a try as well. This recipe is none other than Mutton Malai Boti.



To make my version of this luscious BBQ specialty you need to make a paste by grinding 1/4th bunch of coriander, 6-8 green chilies, 1 inch piece of ginger and 4 garlic cloves with some water.




INGREDIENTS:

2 tablespoon papaya paste

2 kilogram boneless mutton cut in 1 inch or slightly bigger cubes

1 teaspoon garam masala

2-3 teaspoons salt or as per taste

1 tablespoon cornflour 

half cup yogurt 

half cup cream

half cup of green paste

1 teaspoon crushed red chilies 


1 teaspoon red chili powder

1 teaspoon black pepper powder




It is very simple to make. 

Put the meat in a deep bowl.

Add all the ingredients to the meat and mix everything properly.

Cover the bowl with plastic sheet or aluminum foil.

Let this marinate for 4 hours to preferably overnight.






I let it rest overnight.

Some people told me that the marinade is too thin or watery but when you will give it propery time to marinate, the meat will absorb a lot of it and the marinade will thicken,

After a full night of marination my meat looks something like this.



NOW THERE IS A BIG PROBLEM!!!

I do not have a desi grill or even a smoke to make this the way it is supposed to.

BUT WHEN ONE DOOR CLOSES EVERYTHING CLOSES AND YOU SPEND THE REST OF YOUR LIFE IN ETERNAL DESPAIR.

Joking ! You can always make this in an oven by broiling it.

Preheat the oven on broil at 400 degrees. Will take around 10-20 minutes depending upon your oven/

After preheating take a baking tray, cover it with aluminum foil.

Spray or brush some cooking oil on it.

Place the marinated meat on it and out it in the oven for around 20-25 minutes.




Take out the tray and flip all the pieces of meat. Broil it for another 15-20 minutes and Mutton Malai Boti is ready to be served.




Serve it over some fresh lettuce and slices of onion and sprinkle some chopped coriander on it. Have it with chatni, naan and I promise you that you will love me forever. JOKING! There is nothing like love.




1 comment:

  1. Wow mouthwatering and very tasty looking recipe. I will definitely try this at home. Have you tried Pakistani Cooking Recipes I love all Pakistani Recipes and mostly the fast food by chef gulzar recipes

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