Enjoy the finger-licking Champaran Mutton this Holi with our easy recipe!

Champaran Mutton

People constantly search for delicious Champaran Mutton near me. But is it that easy to find this authentic drool-worthy dish? What if we tell you that you can cook Champaran Mutton at home using our secret recipe? Yes, we are here to spill our kitchen secrets to you, which might bring happiness to your home. Champaran meat, also called Ahuna, is a popular dish that originated from Champaran from Bihar. This delectable delicacy is exceptionally famous among Indian cuisine lovers worldwide. 

What is Champaran Mutton? 

As the name suggests, Champaran meat is a famous dish with its roots from Champaran, Bihar, India. Here, the meat is marinated in a mix of exotic species, oil, ghee, ginger paste, roasted onions and cooked in a buttery sauce, which brings rich flavours. Once all the spices are mixed, the mutton is cooked at a low flame of a wood fire and is tossed continuously to maintain the flavours. Even though no complex art or method is used for cooking Champaran Mutton, it continues to surprise with the burst of flavour in every bite. 

The delicious Champaran Mutton food recipe is complete with sealing the mouth of the handi with kneaded flour that intensifies every flavour. This dish is served as the main course with different kinds of bread.

Licious Goat Curry Cut 

For this Champaran Mutton Curry, we recommend using our Rich Goat Curry Cut. Each pack contains bone-in and boneless pieces. These pieces are perfect for slow cooking, making the meat tender, juicy, and flavorful once ready. 

Licious meat is directly sourced from the government-approved farms, undergo 150+ quality checks, is kept fresh at temperatures between 0 to 4℃ and can be home-delivered ASAP. If you like other cuts, visit our website by clicking on the button below and exploring our options. 

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Here is how you can make Champaran Mutton at Home.
Following are the ingredients required to prepare Champaran Mutton -
Instructions
  1. Start by marinating the mutton with all the species in ¾ cup of mustard oil, excluding the onions. Keep it aside for at least 1 hour or overnight.
  2. Add the remaining oil and put the onions in a big bottom saucepan or earthen pot. Toss it at a low flame until its colour changes to a golden brown. Add the mutton, place the lid on and start sealing the edges using the dough.
  3. Cook the mutton at a low flame and increase the flame gradually from low to medium. Let the mutton cook for 40-45 minutes at least.
  4. After 45 minutes, take off the dough seal and check if the mutton is cooked properly. If the oil used is floating on the upper layer, it means the mutton is well-cooked and tender.
  5. Before serving, garnish the mutton with coriander leaves. Your home-cooked Champaran Mutton is ready to serve.
Recipe Notes

If you are craving the delicious restaurant-like Champaran Mutton, try out this easy recipe of Champaran Mutton this Holi and surprise your mutton-loving family with this favourite delicacy. Make sure you share your version of Champaran Mutton with us on Instagram using #MadeWithLicious, we’d love to see you enjoying this dish. 

 

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