Nihari
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Nihari

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Shan Nihari mix helps you recreate the authentic traditional taste of divine, aromatic and velvety Nihari which is a true legacy of the Mughlai cuisine.

 INGREDIENT REQUIRED

Meat

1kg / 2.2lbs
4-6 large portions

Bones

2kg / 4.4lbs
knuckle & marrow

Onions

1 medium
finely sliced

Flour

1 cup / 100g
dissolve in 2 cups water

Cooking Oil

1 cup /175 ml

Shan Nihari Mix

1 packet mix in ½ cup water

 STEPS OF COOKING
      1. Heat ½ cup oil, add meat and Shan Nihari Mix. Stir fry until oil separates from masala.
      2. Add 18 cups / 3 ½ liters water and bones. Stir and bring to boil. Cover and cook undisturbed on low heat (for: Beef 6 hours, Goat / Lamb 4 hours, Chicken 3 hours).
      3. Remove bones, collect marrow and discard bones. Add marrow to gravy .
      4. Gradually add dissolved flour in the gravy. Stir and mix. Bring to boil and cook for 15 minutes. Stir occasionally.
      5. Heat remaining oil and add sliced onion. Stir fry until golden and pour into Nihari. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes on low heat.

Serving Suggestion

Remove excessive oil before serving, if desired

Shan Nihari mix helps you recreate the authentic traditional taste of divine, aromatic and velvety Nihari which is a true legacy of the Mughlai cuisine.

 INGREDIENT REQUIRED

Meat

1kg / 2.2lbs
4-6 large portions

Bones

2kg / 4.4lbs
knuckle & marrow

Onions

1 medium
finely sliced

Flour

1 cup / 100g
dissolve in 2 cups water

Cooking Oil

1 cup /175 ml

Shan Nihari Mix

1 packet mix in ½ cup water

 STEPS OF COOKING
      1. Heat ½ cup oil, add meat and Shan Nihari Mix. Stir fry until oil separates from masala.
      2. Add 18 cups / 3 ½ liters water and bones. Stir and bring to boil. Cover and cook undisturbed on low heat (for: Beef 6 hours, Goat / Lamb 4 hours, Chicken 3 hours).
      3. Remove bones, collect marrow and discard bones. Add marrow to gravy .
      4. Gradually add dissolved flour in the gravy. Stir and mix. Bring to boil and cook for 15 minutes. Stir occasionally.
      5. Heat remaining oil and add sliced onion. Stir fry until golden and pour into Nihari. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes on low heat.

Serving Suggestion

Remove excessive oil before serving, if desired