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Indian Food Tour in Delhi | A tour of authentic Indian street food in Delhi

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The following day I had booked a food tour with http://ift.tt/1HnDt6X, this is a business run by Jaidev, his wife and two friends. The aim is to provide you with insight into the Delhi food culture and teach you where to go and what to eat. As a massive foodie this was a dream come true! Jaidev sends a car to pick you up from your hotel at your requested time and takes you on a journey into foodies paradise.

We started in old Delhi at Shyam sweets and tried 5 different dishes including lassi, aloo samosa and Daal Kachori. The great thing is that the tour takes you to the most simple looking places you would never go alone, but these places have been supplying 5 star indian food, some from as early as 1910!
Jaidev really tailors the tour to your tastebuds and dietary requirements and he seems to know exactly what you will like and what you won’t. The added touches like a tuc tuc ride through the spice market, and a short history lesson on anything you want to know about really makes this tour one of a kind.

The day finishes with a beautiful authentic indian meal in a place I would never in a million years have visited. After a fabulous meal of Keema, Saag meat, roasted chicken, 3 Breads – Rumaali roti, tandoori roti and butter naan a private car to took me back to my hotel feeling full and satisfied.

Delhi is not for the faint hearted and it really is a love or hate place. Like everywhere there will always be people ready to rip you off if you let them, but there are also so many people desperate to show you what an amazingly diverse beautiful city it really is.

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Delhi – Shimla – Kinnaur – Spiti – Manali – Rewalsar – Dharamshala – Delhi 17 nights and 18 days #itinerary
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Day 01: Arrive Delhi
Arrive Delhi Airport and transfer to the Hotel. Afternoon visit Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Birla Mandir. Overnight Stay in hotel in Delhi

Day 02: Delhi – Kurukshetra – Chandigarh – Shimla (380kms) (9hrs) (2100mtrs)
Early morning after breakfast, proceed to #Chandigarh via train passing Haryana and Punjab, have lunch in Chandigarh. After lunch start driving towards Shimla by car. Overnight Stay in hotel in Shimla.

Day 03: Shimla #Sightseeing
After having breakfast in the morning visit vice regal lodge one of the highlight of Shimla and state museum, visit north India’s second oldest Christ Church and has a evening free on the mall road. Overnight stay in Hotel in Shimla.
Note: – Inner line permits will also be processed in same day for Kinnaur & Spiti.

Day 04: Shimla – Narkanda – Hattu Peak – Rampur – Saharan (175 Km) (7hrs) (2000mtrs)
Drive from #Shimla enroute visit Kufri, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda small hike to Hattu Peak (3135 Meter Peak) walk back to the Jeep lunch either in Narkanda / Sainj, after lunch on to Rampur, drive through Jeori reach Sarahan for a over night stay.

Day 05: Sarahan – Jeori – Wangtu – Karcham – Sangla (92 Km) (4hrs) (2600mtrs)
Early morning visit the #Bird Park walk for 2 hours, visit the Bhima Kali temple one of the most important temples of Kali in India where there use to be human sacrifice before 18th Century, drive to Jeori past the Wangtu bridge then drive towards, Karcham reach Sangla walk the market place if time allows visit the Kamru #Fort & the Temple of the village deity in Sangla village over night in a hotel in Sangla.

Day 06: Sangla – Chitkul (3600mtrs) – Raksham – Sangla. (52 Km) (3hrs) (2600mtrs)
After breakfast drive to Chitkul (3460 Meters) last village on India & Chinese border walk for half a day around Chitkul Village, return back to Sangla for overnight stay.

Day 07: Sangla – Recong Peo – Kalpa (49 Km) (3hrs) (2950mtrs)
After breakfast drive back through Sangla to powari visit the monastery in Reckong – Peo with a 60 ft tall statue of Buddha drive to Kalpa for a over nite stay visit the monastery & the orphanage in Kalpa. The view of Kinner Kailash 6050 meters will be an enchanting site.Overnight stay in hotel in Kalpa.

Day 08: Kalpa – Nako (110 Km) (5hrs) (3540mtrs)
After breakfast drive through Reckong – Peo through powari, the landscape changes to Desert Mountains pass through the desert terrain drive through Puh to reach Nako for overnight stay. Visit the Lake & the Monastery of Nako walk through the Village of Nako.

Day 09: Nako – Tabo (60 Km) (3hrs) (3050mtrs)
After breakfast drive through the desert mountain range with villages & Desert Mountains in the surroundings reach Tabo (3050) meters a more than 1013 year old monastery visit the Monastery over night in a guest house in Tabo.

Day 10: Tabo – Dhankar (3850mtrs) – Lalung (3930mtrs) – Kaza (94 Km) (4hrs) (3350mtrs)
After breakfast drive to Dhankar the old capital of Spiti visit the museum, Walk to Dhankar Lake famous for the common carp fishes. Lunch one the way, and then drive towards a #beautiful village with a lovely old monastery in Lalung & after drive towards the headquarters of spiti called Kaza.Overnight stay in Kaza in Hotel.

Day 11: Kaza – Kungri – Mudh – Kaza (98kms) (4hrs) (3350mtrs)
After breakfast in Kaza start driving towards Pin #Valley which if famous for ibex, snow leopard and old #monasteries and reach Mudh the last village in Pin Valley. Start hike towards pin parvati, for 2 hours, have lunch in Mudh and on the way back visit kungri monastery which has different sect of Buddhism and reach kaza by the evening, overnight stay in kaza.

Day 12: Kaza – Key Monestry – Lang Za (4280mtrs) – Komic (4560mtrs) – Kaza (78kms) (3350mtrs)
After having breakfast in Kaza start drive towards key monestry, visit monestry and then move towards world s highest motrable village in the world with the electricity (Komic 4560mtrs) have lunch in a local home in Lang za and start walking towards million years old fossil park in Lang za. Overnight stay in Kaza

Day 13: Kaza —Losar—#Kunzum la—Rohtang La—Manali (200kms) (10hrs) (1980mtrs)
Early in the morning start from #Kaza/Kibber and drive towards Losar, have breakfast in Losar, reach Kunzum Pass (4551mtrs) after that drive down towards river Chandra and reach Rohtang La (3970mtrs), for the evening reach #Manali & overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 14: #Manali – Naggar – Mandi – Rewalsar (144kms) (6hrs) (1350mtrs)
Today start late in the morning after breakfast to Rewalsar via Mandi. Reach Rewalsar for the lunch, a small hamlet 1350mts from the sea level is an important pilgrimage for both #Buddhists and Sikhs. Visit monastery and go for a walk around the lake. Overnight stay in #Hotel.

Day 15: Rewalsar – Jogindernagar – Palampur – Dharamshala – Macleodgunj. (152kms) (5hrs) (1750mtrs)
After early dreakfast drive to Dharamshala via Palampur know for its tea gardens and Baijnath having Shiva #temple. Stop for the lunch on the way. Reach Macleodgunj early in the evening.

Day 16: #MacleodgAnj – Dalai Lama temple – Bhagsu nag – Dal #Lake. (20kms) (3hrs) (1750mtrs)
Today after breakfast visit His highness Dalai Lama #temple. Walk through the narrow Tibetan markets. Proceed further to Bhagsu nag offering a panoramic view of snow caped Dhauladhar ranges. Walk back to Macleod gunj for the lunch. After lunch drive to Dal Lake, a water reservoir having sacred fishes. On the way back visit Lord Elgin’s graveyard. Drive back to the hotel.

Day 17: Macleodgunj – #Dharamshala – Rani Taal – Chandigarh (280kms) (7hrs) (370mtrs)
After breakfast start driving towards Chandigarh the Capital of Haryana & Punjab, known as well planned beautiful city. Visit Sukhna Lake in the evening and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 18: Chandigarh – Kurukshetra – Sonipath – #Delhi (250kms) (5hrs)
After having breakfast in the morning start travelling towards Delhi via train with good memories, have lunch on the way and after lunch reach Delhi. Evening if free for relaxing. Overnight stay in Hotel in Delhi or fly back home.
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Complete Himachal Pradesh Tour with Village to Village trek

Day 01: Delhi – Chandigarh – Shimla (380kms) (8hrs) (2100mtrs)
Arrive Chandigarh from Delhi via train and have lunch on the way to Shimla. After lunch drive towards Shimla and reach by the evening. Go for the evening walk on the Mall road. Overnight Stay in hotel in Shimla.

Day 02: #Shimla – Narkanda – Hattu Peak – Rampur – Jeori – Sarahan. (175 Km)
Drive from Shimla enroute visit Kufri, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda hike to Hattu Peak (3135 Meter Peak) walk back to the Jeep lunch either in Narkanda / Sainj, after lunch on to Rampur, drive through Jeori reach Sarahan for a overnight stay.

Day 03: #Sarahan – Jeori – Wangtu – Karcham – Sangla. (92 Km)
Early morning visit the #Bird Park walk for 2 hours, visit the Bhima Kali temple one of the most important temples of Kali in India where there use to be human sacrifice before 18th Century, drive to Jeori past the Wangtu bridge then drive towards, Karcham reach Sangla walk the #market place if time allows visit the Kamru Fort & the Temple of the village deity in Sangla village over night in a hotel in Sangla.

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Day04 :- Sangla – Sangla Village and Sangla Kanda walk (4-5hrs)

Day 05: Sangla – Chitkul – Sangla. (52 Km)
After breakfast drive to Chitkul (3460 Meters) last village on India & Chinese border walk for half a day around #Chitkul #Village, return back to Sangla overnight in Hotel.

Day 06: Sangla – Kalpa (55 Km)
After #breakfast drive back through Sangla to powari visit the monastery in Reckong – Peo with a 60 ft tall statue of Buddha drive to Kalpa for a over night stay visit the monastery & the orphanage in Kalpa. The view of Kinner Kailash 6050 meters will be an enchanting site.

Day 07: Kalpa – Nako – Tabo (170 Km)
After breakfast #drive through Reckong – Peo through powari, the landscape changes to Desert #Mountains pass through the desert terrain drive through Puh to reach Nako for overnight stay. Visit the Lake & the Monastery of Nako walk through the Village of Nako then drive through the desert mountain range with villages & Desert Mountains in the surroundings reach Tabo (3050) meters a more than 1000 year old #monastery visit the Monastery oven night in a guest house in Tabo.

#Trek Starts:
Day 08: Tabo – Dhankar – Lalung (32 Km) (4-5hrs walk) (4,000mtrs)
Leave Tabo after breakfast drive for 32 Km to reach Dhankar the old capital of Kaza, visit the Monastery in Dhankar walk for 10 Km to reach Lalung village visit the Lalung Monastery. (Over night in home stay.).

Day 09: Lalung – Demul (7Km) (3-4hrs walk) (4,300mtrs)
Leave Lalung after breakfast to reach Demul 7 Km walk 5 – 6 Hrs walk, overnight stay home stay in Demul.

Day 10: Demul – Comic (9Km) (7hrs walk) (4,500mtrs)
Leave Demul after breakfast #trek 09 – 10 Km 7 – 8 Hrs walk reach Comic. Overnight stay in home stays Comic.

Day 11: Comic – Langza – Kaza (8Km) (4-5hrs walk) (4,200mtrs)
Leave Comic after breakfast #hike 8 Km 4 – 5 Hrs walk to reach Langza. Have lunch in homestay in Lang za and then go for walk to fossil park. For overnight drive back to Kaza.
Trek Ends

Day 12: Kaza—Kee monestry—Kibber (40km)
After breakfast drive towards beautiful monestry Kee, then drive towards world, s highest motrable village Kibber (4205m) have lunch in Kibber, after lunch go for village walk in Kibber, overnight stay in Kibber or in Kaza

Day 13: Kaza —Losar—Kunzum la— Batal – Chatru – Keylong (180kms) (10hrs) (3080mtrs)
Early in the morning have breakfast and start from Kaza and drive towards Losar,in Losar, reach Kunzum #Pass (4551mtrs) after that drive down towards river Chandra,have lunch on the way in Chattru in small Dhaba and for the evening reach Keylong & overnight stay in #Hotel in #Keylong.

Day 14: Keylong – Trilokinaath – Udaipur – Keylong (100kms)
After breakfast drive towards Trilokinaath and visit the temple of Lord Shiva,then drive towards Udaipur and visit Mrikula Devi temple,which has beautiful wooden carving in it.For the evening drive back towards Keylong. Overnight stay in Hotel in Keylong.

Day 15: Keylong – Tandi – Koksar – Rohtang la – Manali (120kms)
After breakfast drive towards manali and visit Rohtang pass on the way which is famous for its scenic beauty with Dhauladhar Ranges.By lunch reach Mari and then drive towards Manali. Overnight stay in Hotel in Manali.

Day 16: Manali Local Sightseeing (30kms) (3-4hrs)
After early breakfast in the morning we drive to Vashisht Bath (Hot Sulpher Spring) then drive towards old manali and visit club house, van vihar and tibetian monastery. Then visit 3000years old Hadimba Temple. Have evening free on the mall road.Overnight stay in Hotel in Manali

Day17: Manali – Kullu – Mandi – Palampur – Dharamshala – Mecleodganj (235km) (7hrs)
After early breakfast in the morning start towards Dharamshala (Mecleodganj) through the scenic valleys of Mandi stop for lunch on the way. Reach Dharamshala late afternoon, check in your hotel. In the evening walk through markets of Mecleodganj to the temple of His Highness Dali Lama.

Day18: #Dharamshala – Dalhousie (130km) (4-5hrs)
After breakfast drive towards Bhagsu, visit ancient Shiva temple and an eye catching view of Dhauladhars crowned with snow,then visit Norbu lingka on the way to Dalhousie.Over night stay in hotel in Dalhousie.

Day19: Dalhousie – Khajjiar – Chamba-Dalhousie (96Kms) (4-5hrs)
Khajjiar is Mini Switzerland of #India at a height of 6400 ft. Hutchison writes, “Khajjiar is a forest glade of great beauty, 6400 feet above sea level”. Khajjiar is known as India’s Mini Switzerland. Khajjiar is often reffered to as “Gulmarg of Himachal Pradesh”. A little away from the lake is the temple of Khajji Nag belonging to 12th C. AD. In the mandapa of the temple one can see the images of the Pandavas and the defeated Kaurvas hanging from the roof of the circumambulatory path. The sanctum of the #temple has been beautifully carved from wood.

Day20: Dalhousie – Chandigarh – #Delhi (550Kms) (10hrs)
After early breakfast drive back to Delhi from #Dalhousie and reach Delhi in the evening. Get dropped either in railway station or Airport.
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Rafting and Kayaking in Rishikesh | India Food Tour | Food Tours, Adventure Holidays &…

Kayaking and Rafting in Rishikesh

What a better way to spend your time in #Rishikesh than experiencing the fast growing sport of Kayaking and #Rafting. Experience the free flowing #Ganga waters as they enter the plains of India from the higher altitudes of the #Himalayas. This makes it comfortable to raft for newbie’s and pros alike. We have various gradations ranging from the sedate Grade I to the more gratifying Grade II and III+. You have multiple options here to choose between a 2-3 hour expedition or one that lasts for multiple days.
Supervised at all times, the kayaking #expedition is done with a trained instructor.

The guests first go to the starting point by car and then they are instructed briefly to make them aware, before entering the waters. Please listen and follow the instructions well as they are mandatory for your safety. A meal is provided if it is in the package. Then each guest receives paddles, safety gear, helmets and life jackets and we start the trip. All the guests have to pass a small test before they begin #kayaking. At all times you will be accompanied by a trained guide.
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Services Provided
TRANSPORT : Rafts, Kayaks, In private or shared car with driver, bike or foot.
ACCOMMODATION: Beach or jungle camps.
ENDURANCE LEVEL: Anyone
ACTIVITIES: Kayaking, river rafting, swimming, Bird watching, #Hiking, #sightseeing,
DURATION: 3 Hours to 4 days
MEALS: According to choice
COST: From INR 450 onwards ( US $ 7.5) At 1 US $ = INR 60

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Short Duration Rafting at Rishikesh

Small but fun #rafting trips are divided by the time and distance. Te smallest possible trip is 3 hours and the longest may take 5 hours or 36 km. Alternatively a 16 km trip is also undertaken. AS we go to the start point by driving, we take a small training session and after a meal (if included) start the rafting. As we always have experts to supervise, anyone can attempt these rafting sessions. The cost varies with regards to the duration of the trip and the size of your group.

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3 Days Rafting Expedition: From Dev Prayag to #Rishikesh
.Lasting for 3 whole days, this expedition starts at Dev Prayang and continues for three days to Rishikesh

DAY 1: Getting to know the River
As we drive to the starting place called Bhagwan near Dev Prayag, we meet the supervising instructors and the team who trains us and makes the necessary preparations. Starting with easy rapids, this is not very demanding. We spend a lot of time just knowing the river while we look at some wildlife or maybe have a swim. Night at #beach #camp.

DAY 2: Journey over #Waters.
On the second day we cover about 30 more kms including rest and meal stops, Again today is an easy time as we try our hand at a few rapids, but mostly pass through Wjungles with dense greenery and enjoy the sights of some village or Wwildlife. Night fall can be in a rest house or camp.

DAY 3: White waters
Going for some serious business, today we negotiate big and nice rapids. You will love their names. They are called Three blind mice, Cross fire, Daiel dip, Roller coaster , Golf course, Body surfing and the like. You will require immense concentration, body work and team spirit to crack these. The end is in downstream Rishikesh with a satisfying meal.

#Kayaking at Rishikesh
There is not much difference between the just mentioned rafting and actual kayaking, except that you are not allowed to rent a kayak unless you pass the test. These rules are quite stringent, and each guest or group of guests are tested to see if they are comfortable handling the boat and their own selves. A guide will always accompany you. The good part is that a 4 day kayaking trip can be customized to suit your needs,
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Shimla Spiti Manali #Holiday #Tour #Package

Services Provided
TRANSPORT : In private or shared car or SUV with driver.
ACCOMMODATION: Hotels, guest houses, home stays & campsites.
ENDURANCE LEVEL: Anyone to Expert. Depends upon destinations and activities chosen.
ACTIVITIES: Trekking, Camping, Mountain climbing, Jungle safari, Bird watching, Motorcycle rides, Cultural activities, Meditation, Yoga, Volunteer activities (Optional)
DURATION: 11 Days
MEALS: By choice

Tired by the daily grind and noises of the city? Stressed out by the pollution? Welcome to a holiday in the lap of mother #nature, a vacation in Shimla, Manali and Spiti. Come in touch with the inner you; harmonize your mind, body and soul. Experience the beautiful #town of Shimla,the #wilderness of Spiti, and recharge yourself in the beautiful Manali. Here you get the opportunity to blend the untouched naturally beautiful Spiti with the rugged beauty of Shimla and Manali.

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#TRAVEL #ITINERARY
DAY1
Shimla
First day of this journey will begin by #sightseeing in Shimla. We’ll walk in famous Mall Road and Ridge area. See the Church, Lakkar bazaar, Scandal Point, city market and enjoy the views and history of old summer capital of India during colonial British times.
DAY 2
#Shimla – Sarhan
After breakfast, we head towards Sarhan from Shimla. Through the Wangtu bridge on our way, we will be reaching Sarhan by evening for night stay. If we might be lucky to reach early we can also visit the Sarhan Bird Sanctuary and Bhim Kali temple
DAY 3 and 4
Sarhan – #Sangla
We’ll spend two days in Sangla enjoying the sights of the valley, exploring apple orchards, nature trails and enjoying the simple way of life of local villagers.We can walk to numerous small rivers flowing through the area and relax on riverside. Spending sometime here will also help us acclimatise ourselves to the higher altitude of Spiti valley.
DAY 5
Sangla – #Kalpa
We approach Kalpa village, known for its beautiful meadows and apple orchards. We approach a small town Reckong Peo, which is the district headquarters of Kinnaur district, and the commencing point for journeys into the Spiti valley. You will love our hotel here, sandwiched between apple and cherry groves, a momentous place to call it a day.
DAY 6
Kalpa – Tabo
Tabo is our destination for the next morning. Boasting of a history of over 1000 years, Tabo Monastery is one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries. Here you come across magnificent artifacts and special Thanka paintings. The pillar of a thousand Buddhas, is famed world over. This monastery is a recognized World Heritage site by UNESCO. The magnificent entrance made of earthen walls, decorated with frescoes, will catch your attention. Spread over a large 6300 sq. kms, this complex is breathtaking. The wall paintings depict various stages of the life of Buddha and Jataka tales in Tibetan style. Post this visual feast, we get to view the nearby mountain caves utilized by monks for #meditation. We then visit the Nako lake and Giu, which has a mummy of a Buddhist monk.
DAY 7
Tabo – Dhankar – Pin Valley
A drive to Dhankar, the ancient capital of #Spiti, while it was ruled by kings gives a start to our day. There are remains of the old #Castle and a 16th century monastery. Situated on the top of a high #mountain, overlooking the entire #valley, the view of the town is breathtaking. Then follows a walk to Dhankar #lake , about 90 minutes from there and we reach the scenic place called Pin Valley, with tinkling streams and rare animals and birds.

DAY 8
Pin – Langza – Hikkim – Komic – Kaza
Driving from Kaza, the capital of Spiti, we encounter Langza, Hikkim and Komic. Koumik has ancient fossils in the Langthis Natural Fossil centre. From there, we approach the Komic monastery, the highest monastery in the world and one more old monastery previously destroyed by the earthquake in 1975, near Hikkim village,
DAY 9
Kaza – Ki – Kibber – #Chandrataal
On our drive to Kibber road, we visit the monastery on an altitude of 4120 meters, belonging to the Gelupga Sect of #Tibetan #Buddhism, the Ki #monastery. Here we explore ancient manuscripts and wonderful paintings. We, then drive towards Kibber village which is the largest village in the Lahaul – Spiti Region and is a wonderful place if you are a wildlife lover. In the evening, we arrive at Chandratal lake to witness the sun setting over cool, and calm waters of the lake. Night stay will be at the camp site.
DAY 10
Chandratal – Manali
After about a drive of 7-9 hours, depending on travel conditions we finally reach #Manali. On our way we come across Batal, Chotta Darrah, Gramphu and the magnificent Rohtang Pass, which is supposed to be one of the highest passes for motor vehicles and is known for its breathtaking beauty. We approach Manali by evening to retire and stroll around the forests. We spend our time feasting on the views of this beautiful town
DAY 11
Manali
The last day of our journey is in Manali. We spend it leisurely sightseeing, shopping in the local markets and visiting famous landmarks such as the Manu temple and Hidimba Temple. Manu, author of Manusmriti is the first human according to Hindu mythology. We then rightly end our journey by visiting the warm springs of Vashishta Kund, The therapeutic and relaxing waters will act like a balm for your aching feet, as we end our journey here.
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Indian Food : Mutton Curry Recipe | Food Tours India

Indian #Food : Mutton Curry #Recipe

#Mutton Curry

#Curries vary across India. They are made from different ingredients – the most common chicken, eggs, #mutton, fish, prawns and also vegetables. Generally #curry means sauce in south India. They are made using a combination of yogurt and also sometimes coconut milk. They are served either wet or dry.

Items required for making the curry:

Cubed pieces of mutton – 500 grams

Chop 5 onions

Make paste of ginger and garlic in one cup of water

Now the whole spices – half a teaspoon chilli powder; 1 teaspoon green chili paste, 1 tablespoon coriander powder; half teaspoon turmeric powder; half a cup tomato puree

You should also have 2 cups – yogurt

8 black peppercorns and 8 cloves

1 tsp. – cumin seeds; 1 cup of fresh coriander leaves finely chopped

Half a cup of oil and salt to taste

Cooking mutton curry:

First the cubes of the meat have to be flattened
Now mix the flattened cubes in yogurt using salt, turmeric, chilli powder and coriander powder.
Now arrange half the onions in a pressure cooker at the bottom
Next you need to arrange the meat pieces along with yogurt mixture on top of the onions
Now sprinkle the ginger garlic paste over the meat and also lay the rest of the onions and add the whole spices
Now add 2 cups of hot water and pressure cooker it until is it done
Remove from the pressure cooker and cook till gravy is thick and then add tomato puree along with the oil and sauté till oil separates
Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot.

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