Mar 23, 2008

Mutton Do Pyaaza Recipe

Authentice recipe handed down by nani and posted by Resident chef sooch


DO PYAAZA


or Hyderabadi Do pyaaza / Chicken do Pyaaza / beef do pyaaza are all based on the " do pyaaza recipe base ".



So what is do pyaaza ?


Do = 2


Pyaaza = Onion's



so pretty much in simple terms it means 2 onions .. which also means the recipe is mainly based using onions as the main ingredient.



Teen pyaaza : This recipe can also be made as a teen pyaaza which pretty much means adding one more onion to the 2 onions



Mutton Do pyaaza Recipe



Recipe Ingredients


Mutton 1 kg

Onions 1kg

Ginger

Garlic

Salt

Coriander powder

Red chili powder

Cumin powder

Spices - cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves

Fresh coriander

2 Tomatoes



Recipe Method


1.Heat the oil in the pan or dish, add the cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves and fry for a minute e or 2


2,Add Ginger & garlic finely chopped and Half the amount ( half kg ) of the sliced onions to the oil and stir it until golden translucent brown


3.Then add the diced mutton , tomatoes and remaining onions with some salt and red chili powder and fry until the water is evaporated from the mixture and the meat looks cooked ( about 45 mins approx )


4.Now add 1 tablespoon cumin powder, 1 tablespoon coriander powder, half a cup of water and cover the dish to cook for half an hour in the spices to have an aromatic delicious Mutton do pyaaza


5.This can be achieved with chicken, beef and pork to make do pyaaza of these meats


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do pyaaza doesnt mean 2 onions. it means the onions should be double that of chicken/mutton or watever. i.e. if chicken is 1 kg then onion shud be 2 kgs

arvind, india

February 27, 2009 at 12:26 AM
Anonymous said...

Do pyaaza indicates onion is used in 2 ways. 1stly half quantity is fried with ginger & garlic, later
2nd half is added raw with meat & spices, letting the meat absorb all the juices from the onion. Quantity of onion mentioned is ok, infact even lesser can be used if u want to make the dish more dry. My grandmother makes this dish the best & she told me the concept behind the name 'Do Pyazza'

August 12, 2009 at 8:23 PM
rajesh said...

hi,
this recepie can be done in different way and will get the better taste
put 1 mutton /1/4oil /1onion /whole spices/salt mix it properly and cook on low heat with cover untill oil get seperats cook further with open lid and its done
easieast and best way to coock mutton .

January 9, 2010 at 4:26 AM

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