Mutton Do Pyaza or Ghost Do Pyaza Recipe, Pakistani is a mutton or lamb fry made with lot of onions in it. Hence the name Mutton Do Pyaza.
This Mutton Do Pyaza or Ghost Do Pyaza Recipe, Pakistani calls for onions, to be used in large quantities and in two batches. Once when you fry it in initial stages and second, when you add the onions in the end to give that crunchy flavor.
As my mutton / lamb pieces were very tender, I have cooked them without the use of pressure cooker. But if your mutton / lamb pieces are not so tender or if you want to save some time, then feel free to use the pressure cooker if you wish.
But whenever you can try to cook the mutton without the use of pressure cooker. The taste is simply amazing when you cook on low heat in a pan. Apart from the taste, you will find that the mutton pieces will be intact and not overcooked.
The Mutton Do Pyaza or Ghost Do Pyaza Recipe, Pakistani does not require lot of ingredient list, but rather the main ingredient is the onion and more importantly is the method used for making this dish.
A good side dish for Indian breads (roti, naan, chapathi), or rice varieties like the Jeera Rice Recipe-how to make jeera rice recipe-indian cumin rice
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Mutton Do Pyaza-Ghost Do Pyaza Recipe, Pakistani can be prepared with chicken also. Try this onion based mutton curry recipe and enjoy cooking.
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