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Eid al-Adha 2019 Mutton Recipes: From Rogan Josh to Galouti Kebab, 5 Finger-Licking Non-Veg Dishes to Try On Bakrid (Watch Videos)

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The festivity of Eid al-Adha is approaching and people cannot keep their calm. Also called the “Festival of Sacrifice,” Eid al-Adha or Bakrid is the second two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide. This year, it falls on August 11 and the festivity will end on the next day, August 12, 2019. Apart from the holy observance, the Islamic festival is all about scrumptious feast. During Eid al-Adha, people cook various kinds of mutton recipes that captivates the festive lovers. Dishes made out of Lamb meat is traditionally made in every household. From popular meat method of Rogan Josh to Galouti Kabab, here are five finger-licking non-vegetarian dishes that are a must-try on Bakrid 2019. Eid al-Adha 2019 Dates in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh: Bakra Eid on August 12 or 13, Check When is Dhul Hijjah Moon Sighting. 

1. Mutton Galouti Kabab

Galouti Kabab is one of the important dishes that is made during Bakrid. Every household makes this delicious recipe that compliments the evening snacks or even full-time meal on the festival. The popular dish is tender and juicy and is believed to have a jumble of hundreds of spices.

2. Mutton Keema

Minced mutton cooked with tomatoes, onions and lots of masalas is the most sorted recipe that you could make this festive season. Serve with pav to add a rural touch or with rice, the mutton recipe is perfect for your taste bud. Latest Mehndi Designs for Eid Al-Adha 2019: Arabic Mehandi Patterns to Indian Henna Designs, Here Are Simple Mehndi Types to Apply on Bakrid. 

3. Rogan Josh

Rogan josh is an aromatic meat dish of Kashmiri origin and it is one of their signature cuisines that you cannot miss. Brought by the Mughals, browned onions, spices and yoghurt are the main ingredients to make this scrumptious dish.

4. Shahi Mutton Korma

The flavour of a Korma is based on a mixture of spices, combined with yoghurt kept below curdling temperature and incorporated slowly and carefully with meat juices.

5. Mutton Bhaji Gosht

Mutton Bhaji Gosht is required to cook for a longer time than other dishes. The preparations mostly require similar ingredients, the curry of mutton gosht requires to be very thick. The juicy taste with each bite is a perfect combination with white polished rice.

Unlike the chicken, mutton needs to properly marinated and cooked well to bring out its unique taste. Tender, flavoursome and sensational are the words complimented to mutton recipes. If these are enough to get you salivating, try the above non-vegetarian dishes to take you on the seventh heaven.