Peshawari Mutton Chapli Kabab | Street Food Recipe with Anaar Dana

Here’s the Peshawari Mutton Chapli Kabab recipe, Peshawari street food style.

Chapli kebab is a Pashtun-style minced kebab, usually made from minced beef, mutton or chicken with simple spices in the shape of a patty. It originates from Peshawar, what is today in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan and is also known as the Peshawari kebab. The word ‘Chapli’ originates from the Pashto word ‘chapri’ which means flat.

The main trick of the traditional recipe is not to subdue the flavor of the meat with garlic, garam masala and other highly aromatic spices. However, with the Mughalai influence, versions of the recipe with eggs, garlic, garam masala are also popular amongst those who love more subtle flavors. Nonetheless, the recipe here is how a local street food vendor or a household will serve you a platter of Chapli kababs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region of Pakistan. Green chilies, caramelized pomegranate, carom seeds and other spices give the dish a very rustic yet yummy taste.

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