Minced Mutton – 500 gms
Onion – 500 gms, finely sliced
Ghee – 1 cup
Cardamom – 2, small
Cloves – 2
Cinnamon – 1 inch stick
Ginger – 2 tsp, ground
Garlic – 2 tsp, ground
Red Chilli Powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder – a pinch
Salt as per taste
Water as required
Saffron – a large pinch
Milk – 250 ml
Eggs – 8
Cornflour – 250 gms
Paneer – 250 gms, cubed
Juice of 3 Limes
Green Chillies – 3
Coriander Leaves – 1 bunch
1. Add the ghee to a frying pan over moderate heat.
2. Add the onions and fry till translucent.
3. Add cardamoms, cloves and cinnamon.
4. Fry till cardamoms swell up a little.
5. Add the mutton mince, ginger, garlic, chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt.
6. Add 1 or 2 cups of water, boil till the mince is cooked and dried.
7. Soak saffron in a little milk and grind after 30 minutes.
8. Beat eggs till fluffy.
9. Make a dough with the cornflour, adding water and salt.
10. Roll out the dough into rounds like chapatis as thin as possible.
11. In a deep pan, place one rolled out chapati with 1/2 tsp of ghee spread out over it, with a few drops of milk.
12. Spread a big spoonful of mince over it.
13. Add the paneer cubes and egg over it.
14. Top it with some onions.
15. Put another rolled out chapati over this and again put mince and the paneer, then egg and onion.
16. Continue to do this with one chapati over another and the mince, paneer, egg and onion spread over till is all used up and it resembles a layered cake.
17. Cover the top with the rest of the ghee and spread the saffron and milk over it.
18. Put in a hot oven and bake till it is set.
19. Garnish with lime juice, green chillies, mint and coriander leaves.
20. To serve, slice this like a cake and serve.