Lamb Nombu Kanji - Multi-cuisine Recipe from THE BENGALURU BRASSERIE, HYATT CENTRIC MG ROAD BANGALORE: Hyattrestaurant.com

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Lamb Nombu Kanji

Indian

A delicious variation of Hyderabadi Haleem; Nombu Kanji is traditionally eaten in the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala during the holy month of Ramadan for fast-breaking.

Servings: 4 Time: 2:00

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  • Minced lamb, 200 gm
  • Basmati rice, 250 gm
  • Moong dal, 50 gm
  • Channa dal, 25 gm
  • Chopped onions, 75 gm
  • Chopped green chillies, 5 gm
  • Ginger-garlic paste, 10 gm
  • Chopped mint leaves, 10 gm
  • Chopped coriander leaves, 10 gm
  • Turmeric powder, ½ tsp
  • Coconut milk, 500 ml
  • Water, 1 ltr
  • Ghee, 15 gm
  • Oil, 45 ml
  • Cloves, 2
  • Salt, To tase
  • Wash rice and drain the water. Spread the washed rice on a paper towel and place under a fan to let it dry fairly well. Grind in a blender to a coarse powder and set aside.
  • Heat oil and ghee in a heavy bottom pan. Temper cloves and cardamom, add chopped onions and cook until they start to turn light brown.
  • Add chopped green chillies, and turmeric followed by ginger and garlic paste. Stir well and add chopped tomatoes, cook till they turn mushy.
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    Lamb Nombu Kanji is served at THE BENGALURU BRASSERIE, Multi-cuisine Restaurant

    The Bengaluru Brasserie is an all-occasion brasserie, bar and poolside restaurant that serves modern global cuisine in a relaxed setting.

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    • Home-style cooking
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    • Snack menu
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