Top 10 Amazing Kashmiri Dishes

Like mountains, Kashmir is also famous for its exquisite cuisine which mainly includes meat curries and other flesh related items that are actually treat for people who have appetite for delicious food. Here is Kashmir’s most famous dishes and their recipes:-

Mutton Rogan Josh

Read here the  yummy recipe by Waza Brothers. It is one of the signature Kashmiri curries, meat is cooked with browned onions, spices and yogurt. The liberal use of Kashmiri red chillies imparts a dramatic red colour to the curry. Rogan josh was originally brought to Kashmir by the Mughals.

Yogurt Lamb Curry

Read here the procedure to cook this delicious dish. A comforting yogurt based lamb curry cooked in mawal flowers, black and green cardamoms, onion paste and dry mint leaves.

Paneer Chaman

Read here the recipe of this traditional Kashmiri dish which is every paneer lover’s dream come true. Rich cottage cheese sprinkled with brown and green cardamom is slowly cooked in milk till it’s tender, rich and brown.

Kashmiri Saag

All you need is 6 ingredients and 20 minutes to cook up this warm, winter dish. Read the recipe here

Khatte Baingan

This is usually served as a side dish in Kashmiri feasts and ceremonies for it’s pop flavours. It’s essentially golden fried aubergines laced in a thick, spicy and zingy gravy. Read the entire recipe here

Dum Aloo

A recipe that’s easy and extremely satisfying, Click here for full text. Golden fried potatoes are mixed with yogurt and aromatic spice to give an amazing red curry.

Kashmiri Style Mutton Ribs

How do you get the perfect crackling mutton ribs? Read the recipe here. Cook them in milk and spices, wrap them up in gram flour batter and fry them till they turn golden.

Chicken Pulao

A delicious rice dish brimming with juicy pieces of chicken, whole spices, Kashmiri chillis and desi ghee. Interested? Read the recipe here!

Nadroo Yakhni

Yakhni is a popular yogurt based Kashmiri curry and this version is made with crunchy lotus stem. It’s infused with cardamom ginger, bay leaves and balanced out with rich curd. Take time to read it

Haak

Haak leaves are green in colour and look a lot like spinach. Cook them for 30 minutes with mustard oil and spices for a healthy, filling meal. For full text, click here!

Source: NDTV

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