Tempting Mutton Biryani for Cozy Rains

mutton biryani

Monsoons are really special. After a prolonged spell of scorching heat, the monsoon brings us a comforting and relaxing environment. And an added dose of tempting mutton biryani is all you need to enjoy the rainy splendor outside.

Mutton biryani is one of the most tasteful dishes to come out from the kitchens of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Colorful, spicy and aromatic! It is made with basmati rice, spices and goat. The traditional style of making the biryani is by cooking the raw meat with spices for couple of minutes and then covered with rice and kept on dum until done.

Get into the monsoon mood and celebrate the beautiful season of splash with a hearty mutton biryani that will amaze your palate, only at Handi Restaurant, Jaipur

For bookings & reservations:
HANDI RESTAURANT

OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
Fax:+91-141-23608889.
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

A Tale of Silky Smooth Shami Kebab

If you want to give your palate a break then try delicious, tempting and succulent Shami kebab at Handi Restaurant, Jaipur. Satisfaction is guaranteed!

shami kebab

There is quite a funny story behind the origin of the Shami Kebab, a minced meat kebab that literally melts in your mouth. It’s said that a chef invented this silky smooth kebab during the Mughal era – for a toothless Nawab of Lucknow. The Nawab was so fat from overindulgence that he couldn’t get on a horse, and his teeth were all gone, presumably for the same reason. So a kebab was made so fine that it required no teeth to eat it. Interesting right?

Well, we have no idea whether this story is true, but we do know that these delightful little appetizers are incredibly soft and smooth to please your taste-buds. It is made of minced mutton, chana dal and spices. The meat is ground and mixed with chickpeas, lentils or other fillers. A variety of spices are added. Among the many spices, cumin is a favorite as well as cardamom, usually ground from the larger whole seed. Other spices, like peppercorns, ginger, or even cinnamon are also included.

Shami Kebabs are a terrific evening snack, really drool worthy! We serve it with coriander chutney and raw onions, sprinkle with lemon juice. Visit us and give your evening a delightful twist.

For bookings & reservations:
HANDI RESTAURANT

OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
Fax:+91-141-23608889.
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200
Mob:+91-0-98290-63600

5 Must-Try Rajasthani Delicacies

Rajasthan! As the name comes, mouth begins to water with lip-smacking Rajasthani cuisine! Doesn’t it? The royal state of Rajasthan has always been associated with regal aplomb. The majestic forts, vibrant traditions, and royal attires; every element exudes cultural divinity in a way, and food is no different.

As you know, Rajasthan is a dry area, thus most of the delicacies here use less water and more of curd, milk, cream or butter milk as substitutes, rendering a special creamy texture to the food. Here, we bring to you five such Rajasthani dishes that you must-try at Handi Restaurant, Jaipur.

Dal-Baati
One cannot talk about Rajasthani dishes without mentioning the crowd favourite, Dal-baati. Very delectable combination that will steal your heart and delight your taste-buds to the core.

Dal Baati

Gutta Curry
Prepared with gram flour balls and tangy gravy , Gutta Curry is an all-time favourite Rajasthani dish. Tastes exceptionally good with rice and rotis.

Rajasthani Gutta Curry

Laal Maas
The legendary red meat curry of Rajasthan. This one is a fiery combination of mutton, hot spices and a burst of red chillies. Best served with bajra rotis, but with plain rice too it won’t disappoint you.

Laal Maas

Ker Sangri
This delightful bean and berry combo is unique to Rajasthan. A typical desert vegetable, Ker Sangri is a kind of a pickle that goes well with Bajra roti.

ker sangri

Rajasthani Kadhi
Though Kadhi is savored all across the country, there is a noticeable difference between Rajasthani Kadhi and the more national style of cooking Kadhi. Definitely a must try!

Rajasthani Kadhi