Found the Galauti Kebabs from the Original Tunday Kababi of Lucknow right here at magsongourmetfoods 3 4 minutes in microwave and you have the melting galauti at your mercy Allow us to indulge you with a lil history of these kebabs The Galauti Kebab a k a The Galawati Kebab originated from the mysterious Yes mysterious because the food has that depth of flavors City of Lucknow which also became the Capital of Awadhi Cuisine out of sheer Love for food of Nawab Asaf Ud Dowlah also known as the Toothless Nawab Legend has that the Nawab who s waistline preceded his reputation presented his khansama with a challenge to make a kebab that could be eaten well Toothless Especially since the Nawab had lost all his teeth due to old age inspiring spirit that is So after permutations of over a 100 spices and ingredients he finally came up with this one of a kind Kebab The Galauti Kebab Galauti Hindi Jo muh mein gal jaae English Melt in the mouth that continues to blow everyone s mind across the globe irrespective of the status of their denture The lamb meat is supposed to be pounded to an extent that it becomes a pulp The new er technique although has messed up the age old one with the introduction of a mincer The magic that happens with the Thor like hammer although cannot be replicated The meat holds itself much better with the older method the use of a mincer may require some sort of a binder that would be needed to be added like egg or some recipes also say breadcrumbs Kaamchor Alert Once its brought to paste the ingredients are added alongwith raw papaya paste which acts as a natural meat tenderizer The kebabs are then fried to perfection in Ghee The Kebab is so soft that it falls apart if one tries to hold it with the fingers It is hence served over the kesar doused flatbread referred to as Ulte tawey ka paratha which also goes so well with korma

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Found the Galauti Kebabs from the Original Tunday Kababi of Lucknow, right here at @magsongourmetfoods

3-4 minutes in microwave and you have the melting galauti at your mercy!

Allow us to indulge you with a lil history of these kebabs!

The Galauti Kebab a.k.a The Galawati Kebab originated from the mysterious (Yes, mysterious, because the food has that depth of flavors!) City of Lucknow, which also became the Capital of Awadhi Cuisine, out of sheer Love for food of Nawab Asaf Ud Dowlah, also known as the 'Toothless Nawab'.

Legend has that the Nawab, who's waistline preceded his reputation, presented his khansama with a challenge to make a kebab that could be eaten.. well.. Toothless! (Especially since the Nawab had lost all his teeth due to old-age. inspiring spirit, that is)

So after permutations of over a 100 spices and ingredients, he finally came up with this one-of-a-kind Kebab, The Galauti Kebab (Galauti - Hindi : Jo muh mein gal jaae. English : Melt-in-the-mouth) that continues to blow everyone's mind across the globe irrespective of the status of their denture!

The lamb meat is supposed to be pounded to an extent that it becomes a pulp. The new-er technique although, has messed up the age-old one, with the introduction of a mincer. The magic that happens with the Thor-like hammer, although, cannot be replicated. The meat holds itself much better with the older method; the use of a mincer may require some sort of a binder that would be needed to be added, like egg or some recipes also say breadcrumbs (Kaamchor Alert!). Once its brought to paste the ingredients are added alongwith raw-papaya paste, which acts as a natural meat-tenderizer. The kebabs are then fried to perfection in Ghee.

The Kebab is so soft, that it falls apart if one tries to hold it with the fingers! It is, hence, served over the kesar-doused flatbread referred to as 'Ulte tawey ka paratha' which also goes so well with korma.

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Found the Galauti Kebabs from the Original Tunday Kababi of Lucknow, right here at @magsongourmetfoods 3-4 minutes in microwave and you have the melting galauti at your mercy! Allow us to indulge you with a lil history of these kebabs! The Galauti Kebab a.k.a The Galawati Kebab originated from the mysterious (Yes, mysterious, because the food has that depth of flavors!) City of Lucknow, which also became the Capital of Awadhi Cuisine, out of sheer Love for food of Nawab Asaf Ud Dowlah, also known as the 'Toothless Nawab'. Legend has that the Nawab, who's waistline preceded his reputation, presented his khansama with a challenge to make a kebab that could be eaten.. well.. Toothless! (Especially since the Nawab had lost all his teeth due to old-age. inspiring spirit, that is) So after permutations of over a 100 spices and ingredients, he finally came up with this one-of-a-kind Kebab, The Galauti Kebab (Galauti - Hindi : Jo muh mein gal jaae. English : Melt-in-the-mouth) that continues to blow everyone's mind across the globe irrespective of the status of their denture! The lamb meat is supposed to be pounded to an extent that it becomes a pulp. The new-er technique although, has messed up the age-old one, with the introduction of a mincer. The magic that happens with the Thor-like hammer, although, cannot be replicated. The meat holds itself much better with the older method; the use of a mincer may require some sort of a binder that would be needed to be added, like egg or some recipes also say breadcrumbs (Kaamchor Alert!). Once its brought to paste the ingredients are added alongwith raw-papaya paste, which acts as a natural meat-tenderizer. The kebabs are then fried to perfection in Ghee. The Kebab is so soft, that it falls apart if one tries to hold it with the fingers! It is, hence, served over the kesar-doused flatbread referred to as 'Ulte tawey ka paratha' which also goes so well with korma. #FoodaholicsInAhmedabad #Foodaholics #Ahmedabad #FoodInAhmedabad #AhmedabadFood #LiveToEat #Foodhunt #Foodfinds #Foodblogger #Food #FoodLover #Foodstagram #Instafoodie #Foodnetwork #Foodfeed #Foodtalkindia #AhmedabadFoodie #Ahmedabad_Instagram

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