If you’ve ever stepped foot in India’s “nawabi central”, a.k.a. Lucknow, and you have a penchant for impeccable non-vegetarian food, then you must have visited the city’s popular Tunday Kebab. The place is popular for its rich meat offerings, of which the most popular is the iconic galouti kabab and ulte tawe ka paratha. The kebab draws its unique taste from a mix of juicy lamb meat finely blended with solid Indian spices, raw papaya, and rich desi ghee. (Fun fact: the original recipe by Haji Murad Ali used as many as 125 spices.)
But what if we told you that you don’t necessarily have to go to Lucknow to enjoy some of this delicious meat kebab? Yes, we are aware that the original recipe is a family secret, but thanks to the power of urbanization and social media, we have a recipe that is anything but inadequate. So get ready to whip up some Nawabi magic in your kitchen! You’re welcome.
Source: India Today