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Tasted anything nice in the last 48 hours ... ? Some Nihari in my case Read More
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banned8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Tasted anything nice in the last 48 hours ... ?

Some Nihari in my case
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banned8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
:oops: can you guess?
#2
Dlm...
banned#3
mikebike
:oops: can you guess?


You bloc or a hot babe :?
#4
mikebike
:oops: can you guess?

:p:-D
banned#5
raptorcigs
Dlm...


I would like two of those please
#6
Can i ask what Nihari is please?
banned#7
jellybaby22
:shock:


In my case Aero bubbles...yum yum :-D




I am dissapointed ... Happy new year darling xx
#8
Dell_in_the_bed
You bloc or a hot babe :?

does not the mike give it away:?
#9
mikebike
does not the mike give it away:?


Lol:-D
banned#10
donnydude
Can i ask what Nihari is please?


Nihari is cooked overnight in various vessels, sometimes even buried underground while it cooked, as Shab Deg is, which results in extremely tender morsels of meat, including the flavourful bone marrow. It is served with a number of side dishes. The bhaghaar is lightly fried in ghee to reduce the heat of chilis and the tarka is an additional oily chilli to spice up the flavour. Cooked brains and bone marrow are served alongside the stew. The Nihari is garnished according to individual tastes with coriander leaves, fried onions, green chillies, strips of ginger, lemons and sliced white radishes. In addition, garam masala, a blend of powdered spices is sprinkled over the stew. Salt is added to taste. In restaurants many of the garnishings are already added to increase customer turnover.

Traditional Nihari recipes call for 6-8 hours of cooking time, in addition to the preparation of the ingredients. This is much less common today with the use of tenderer cuts of meat (i.e. sirloin) instead of the tougher shank. Traditionally the dish is eaten in the early hours of the morning. Because the stew is so rich, one is supposed to have an extended nap till the afternoon Muslim zohr prayers which occur after midday.

Here is a version of Nihari popular in Hyderabad (India): prepare the broth by boiling water along with goat or beef shanks (sometimes chicken) or vegetables (if you want to make a vegetarian version of it) along with some salt. If you are using mutton paya, then the process takes longer.

Grind onions, shahi zeera (black cumin), cloves and cardamom together. Once the broth is ready, heat oil in a large pan, add the spice paste and let it fry till the raw smell of onion disappears, then add ginger and garlic paste. Fry for a few more minutes, add salt, chili powder and the broth and let it cook over medium heat till all the spices have blended well into the soup. The Nihari is ready.

Best enjoyed during winter or when down with a cold and best eaten with bread or phulka (Indian bread).
#11
jellybaby22
Woman :w00t:

Umm no ;-)
banned#12
mikebike
does not the mike give it away:?


Almost
#13
Dilicious Lemon Meringue
banned#14
jellybaby22
why are you disappointed? :?
Happy New year x


cant find 'em here xxx
#15
Happy New year hunni, long time no speak

Chocolate orange for me :-D
banned#16
I just licked my laptop. Internet tastes odd.
#17
Cooked brains??? ewww noooo:oops:
#18
Dell_in_the_bed;3982086
Nihari is cooked overnight in various vessels.......................
Best enjoyed during winter or when down with a cold and best eaten with bread or phulka (Indian bread).


Stew would have sufficed.
#19
Dell_in_the_bed
Nihari is cooked overnight in various vessels, sometimes even buried underground while it cooked, as Shab Deg is, which results in extremely tender morsels of meat, including the flavourful bone marrow. It is served with a number of side dishes. The bhaghaar is lightly fried in ghee to reduce the heat of chilis and the tarka is an additional oily chilli to spice up the flavour. Cooked brains and bone marrow are served alongside the stew. The Nihari is garnished according to individual tastes with coriander leaves, fried onions, green chillies, strips of ginger, lemons and sliced white radishes. In addition, garam masala, a blend of powdered spices is sprinkled over the stew. Salt is added to taste. In restaurants many of the garnishings are already added to increase customer turnover.

Traditional Nihari recipes call for 6-8 hours of cooking time, in addition to the preparation of the ingredients. This is much less common today with the use of tenderer cuts of meat (i.e. sirloin) instead of the tougher shank. Traditionally the dish is eaten in the early hours of the morning. Because the stew is so rich, one is supposed to have an extended nap till the afternoon Muslim zohr prayers which occur after midday.

Here is a version of Nihari popular in Hyderabad (India): prepare the broth by boiling water along with goat or beef shanks (sometimes chicken) or vegetables (if you want to make a vegetarian version of it) along with some salt. If you are using mutton paya, then the process takes longer.

Grind onions, shahi zeera (black cumin), cloves and cardamom together. Once the broth is ready, heat oil in a large pan, add the spice paste and let it fry till the raw smell of onion disappears, then add ginger and garlic paste. Fry for a few more minutes, add salt, chili powder and the broth and let it cook over medium heat till all the spices have blended well into the soup. The Nihari is ready.

Best enjoyed during winter or when down with a cold and best eaten with bread or phulka (Indian bread).


Curry then :-D
#20
The condensation off a bottle of beer that my New Years resolution forbids me from opening:-D
banned#21
hannah19790
Happy New year hunni, long time no speak
Chocolate orange for me :-D


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DanJackson
I just licked my laptop. Internet tastes odd.

Erm ... I hope it was'nt a dell ?

Scottie999
Cooked brains??? ewww noooo:oops:

Thats actually a dish in India, a famous one
#22
jellybaby22
go on..do it..you know you want to ;-)


How can you tell:?
#23
Absolutely nothing, full of cold so taste buds not going their job at the moment.
banned#24
MrGrumpyman
Curry then :-D


:-D Happy new year MG

Train Driver
The condensation off a bottle of beer that my New Years resolution forbids me from opening:-D


Good man .. best thing to do will be to post it some 4000 miles away at least... PMed you the complete address :-)
banned#25
lufc246
Absolutely nothing, full of cold so taste buds not going their job at the moment.



Jelly LUFC means block or a hot babe ?

advise to follow
banned#26
lufc246
Absolutely nothing, full of cold so taste buds not going their job at the moment.



Jelly LUFC means block or a hot babe ?

advice to follow
#27
Dell_in_the_bed

[B]Good man .. best thing to do will be to post it some 4000 miles away at least... PMed you the complete address :-)


I can't afford the stamp.....So the postie may be knocking on your door in the morning Dell:-D
banned#28
Train Driver
I can't afford the stamp.....So the postie may be knocking on your door in the morning Dell:-D


:thumbsup:

Just finished my fifth cup of coffee for the day ...
1 Like #29
Dell_in_the_bed
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:lol: :lol: U do make me laugh :lol:
Soo where u beeeeeeeeeeeen???????
#30
jellybaby22
Im totally confuzzled by this thread now...... :o

Is it me...or has it gone strange??? :o


The whole site seems strange without beeeeer:w00t:
banned#31
hannah19790
:lol: :lol: U do make me laugh :lol:
Soo where u beeeeeeeeeeeen???????


Pakistan :-D So are we still on for the shopping spree ????
#32
Mushy peas :)
#33
Dell_in_the_bed
Pakistan :-D So are we still on for the shopping spree ????


I thought that's where u were anyway:?

And I think the weddings off:-(
banned#34
i have to do all the cooking so nowt nice here, apart form myself of course but thought it best not go into that on here
#35
sassie;3982548
i have to do all the cooking so nowt nice here, apart form myself of course but thought it best not go into that on here


Please do elaborate with detailed diagrams.
banned#36
donnydude
Please do elaborate with detailed diagrams.


you got to be joking right, last time i mentioned me bits i got told off :w00t:

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