Adnan Siddiqui Teaches Mahira Khan How To Cook The Perfect Eid Meal

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In the very first episode of Kashmir Khaana Kahani presents Khandani Kitchen, we got Adnan Siddiqui to teach Mahira Khan how to make the perfect Eid meal – Gosht Do Pyaza and Qewami Sawaiyaan. Watch the full video to witness all the fun they had and scroll down for the delicious recipes.

Qewami Sawaiyaan


1. 1 packet sawaiyaan

2. 1 kg sugar

3. 1/2 kg ghee

4. 1/2 kg raw khoya or halwai wala

5. 1 packet almonds

6. Silver flakes (chandi ka warq)

7. Saffron

8. Pandanus (kewra)

9. Milk

10. 1 packet cardamon



1. In a saucepan boil sugar in water to make sheera (treacle). Let it cook

2. In a separate saucepan, add about 5 tablespoons of ghee

3. Now add 3 cloves (long), 3 crushed cardamoms (elaichi), 1 packet of sawaiyaan (broken into smaller pieces)

4. Add more ghee if needed

5. Keep cooking until the sawaiyaan starts turning brown

6. Once brown, add a little sheera to the saucepan with the sawaiyaan

7. Add milk into the mixture

8. Squeeze half a small lemon into the saucepan. Keep cooking and add sheera as desired to make the consistency thicker

9. Add some crushed cardamom (elaichi) without the skin into the mixture

10. In a small bowl, mix saffron (zafran), pandanus (kewra) and milk. Mix and it well and then add it into the saucepan and mix

11. Add khoya into the saucepan and mix the mixture

12. Once cooked, place the sawaiyaan mixture into a serving dish. Then garnish it with chandi ka warq and almond flakes

13. Pour the remaining sheera over the sawaiyaan

Gosht Do Pyaza


1. Kashmir cooking oil

2. 1 kg mutton (shoulder and put boti)

3. 1 kg onions medium sized, finely chopped

4. 1 kg tomatoes, finely chopped

5. 1/4 kg garlic

6. 1/4 kg ginger

7. Coriander powder

8. Whole garam masala including (cardamom, cinnamon, bay leaf, black peppers and cloves)

9. Red chili whole (sabut laal mirch)

10. Red chili powder

11. 1/2 kg yoghurt

12. Lahori salt (namak)

13. Chopped green chilies

14. 3 large green chili (vertically sliced)

15. Curry leaves (optional)

16. Coriander leaves

17. Garam masala powder

18. Lemon juice



1. Pour some oil into a large, deep saucepan

2. After the oil is heated, add 1 kg mutton into the saucepan

3. Next add 1 kg finely chopped onions, 1 kg finely chopped tomatoes, coriander power (dhanya powder), chopped garlic, chopped ginger, whole garam masala, 1 cup water, whole red chili. Now mix the ingredients together. Put a lid on the saucepan and let it cook on a high flame

4. Add some red chili powder, stir it and then put the lid back on. Let it cook for approximately 2 hours

5. Once the water has dried up, add about 2 1/2 tablespoons of yoghurt into the pan and stir well

6. Add salt to taste and continue stirring

7. Next, keep stirring the pot and add 3 large sliced green chili and some finely chopped small green chillies

8. In a separate pan, pour some oil and lightly fry curry leaves (curry pata)

9. Next add coriander leaves into the saucepan with the leaves, the fried curry leaves (curry pata) and garam masala powder

10. Finally, squeeze some lemon over the saucepan

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