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Mutton Taka Tak By Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi

Mutton Taka Tak

Mutton Taka Tak is a special meat dish from Lahore. Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi shares the recipe in detail.
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Serves

3

Cooking Time

15-20 Min

Meal Type

snacks

Preparation Time

10-15 Min

Difficulty

MEDIUM

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INGREDIENTS

  • For Mutton Taka Tak

    • 3-4 tbsp oil

    • 2 tsp cumin seeds

    • 1 tbsp corainder seeds

    • 1 tbsp chopped giner

    • 1 tbsp chopped garlic

    • 2 cups onion

    • 3 tomatoes

    • 1 cup chopped tomatoes

    • water as required

    • 200 gm mutton kheema

    • salt to taste

    • 3 tbsp coriander powder

    • 3 tsp red chilli powder

    • 1 tbsp turmeric powder

    • 1 tbsp garam masala

    • 200 gm mutton offal

    • 2 tbsp chopped coriander

    • 2 buns

    • 10-12 ginger juliennes

    • 2-3 chopped green chillies

    • 1/2 tsp garam masala

PREPARATION

  1. 1

    Take a tawa and add oil, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, chopped ginger, chopped garlic, chopped onion, whole tomatoes, chopped tomatoes and water to it.
  2. 2

    Cover the tawa with a lid and cook till the tomatoes become soft. Mash the softened tomatoes.
  3. 3

    Now add mutton kheema, salt, coriander powder, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, garam masala to it and mix and mash everything properly.
  4. 4

    Next, add mutton offal to it and mash again. Sprinkle some chopped coriander on it.
  5. 5

    Toast buns on the tawa.
  6. 6

    Sprinkle ginger juliennes, chopped green chillies, garam masala on the taka tak. Garnish with mint leaves.
  7. 7

    Serve Mutton Taka Tak with buns, sliced onions, and lemon wedges.

Mutton Taka Tak is a speciality of the Lahore. The dish’s name Taka-tak is an onomatopoeia from the sound of two sharp blades that hit the griddle as they cut up the meat. The speciality of this dish is that it is made from offal, meaning a mixture of various meat organs including brain, kidney, heart, liver and lamb chops in butter along with minced meat making it very nutritious and very scrumptious. It is like a non-vegetarian variation of Paav Bhajji that is a popular street food in India. Similar to paav bhajji mutton taka-tak is also served with paav.                                                   

The Lahori Mutton Taka Tak is finger-lickingly good. 

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