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Mutton Biryani Daig

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In the heart of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, where the aroma of spices and the warmth of shared meals bring people together, Mutton Biryani Daig stands out as a culinary masterpiece. A dish that transcends the ordinary dining experience, it combines the rich flavors of mutton with aromatic spices and fluffy Basmati rice, all cooked in a daig (a large cooking pot) to perfection., your premier daig and catering service provider, is here to take you on a flavorful journey through the art of making Mutton Biryani Daig, offering an experience that’s not just about food, but about culture, tradition, and community.

The Essence of Mutton Biryani Daig

Mutton Biryani Daig is not just a dish; it’s a celebration of flavors, a testament to the culinary expertise that has been passed down through generations. It’s where the succulence of mutton meets the exotic blend of spices, marinated to perfection, and slow-cooked with Basmati rice, yielding a dish that’s as nourishing for the soul as it is for the body.

Ingredients & Marination Variations

The journey begins with selecting the finest cuts of mutton, which are then marinated in a mixture of yogurt, garlic, ginger, and a proprietary blend of biryani spices. Each region brings its own twist to the marination process, from the rich, creamy marination of Kashmiri Biryani to the spicy and tangy Hyderabadi version. At, we offer a variety of marination variations, ensuring there’s something for every palate.

Cooking Methods & Regional Flavours

Our cooking methods are as diverse as the flavors we offer. From the traditional slow-cooked Dum Biryani, where the ingredients are layered and cooked to perfection, to the Steamed Biryani, where the flavors meld together in a delicate dance, our chefs are masters of their craft. Each region of Pakistan brings its own unique flavor to Biryani, and we pride ourselves on catering to them all, be it the aromatic Punjabi Biryani or the spicy Sindhi Biryani.

Serving Ideas & Sizes

Serving Mutton Biryani Daig is an art in itself. Accompanied by raita, salad, or kababs, it turns any gathering into a festivity. provides comprehensive serving size guides, ensuring that whether you’re hosting an intimate family dinner or a large banquet, there will be plenty of this delicious dish to go around.

Nutritional Facts & Best Combinations

While indulging in the rich flavors of Mutton Biryani, it’s also important to consider its nutritional content. Mutton is a great source of protein and, when combined with the array of spices and Basmati rice, it makes for a balanced meal. Pairing Biryani with lighter sides like salads or raita can provide a complete meal that’s both satisfying and nutritious.


At, we understand that Mutton Biryani Daig is more than just a dish; it’s a culinary journey that brings people together, creating memories that last a lifetime. Our commitment to preserving this tradition, while also innovating to meet the tastes of our modern clientele, makes us the go-to daig and catering service provider in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

As you plan your next gathering, let take care of the feast. Experience the joy of sharing a meal that’s cooked with love, served with pride, and enjoyed in good company.

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Mutton Biryani Daig Method

The Mutton biryani daigs method is a delicious yet nutritious dish prepared using mutton meat along with vegetables and spices. Mutton is rich in protein and contains high levels of iron and zinc, however, the biryani daig method is a popular Indian recipe and is traditionally cooked by the Muslim community.

The biryani daig method uses a rice-based gravy called daig, however, which is flavored with saffron and turmeric. The daig is cooked separately before adding the mutton. After cooking, the daig is combined with the mutton and vegetables and then steamed. In some cases, the daig may be replaced with tomato paste.

How to Make mutton Biryani daig Method


Mutton Biryani Daig (daig means curry) – 1 kg
Channa Dal – 500 gms
Green Chilly – 250 gms
Garam Masala – 2 tsp
Coriander Powder – 2 tbsp
Salt – To Taste
Oil-2 tbsp
Asafoetida – 1/2 pinch
Ginger-2 pieces
Turmeric Powder – 1/2 tsp
Red Chilli Powder – 1/2 tbsp
Cumin Seeds – 1/2 tsp


Biryani is a traditional Indian dish consisting of rice, however, meat (lamb, chicken), lentils, vegetables, and spices cooked together.


The method is an Arabic word meaning “to make”, however, in cooking, method refers to the act of making something delicious.


The mutton is beef that has been fattened on grass or hay. Mutton is leaner than beef and is considered lower-quality meat. However, mutton is less expensive than beef and is widely consumed across India.


The chicken is a domesticated bird of the genus Gallus, however, its name comes from the Latin gallus, meaning “rooster”. Chicken is raised primarily for meat; eggs may also be produced. Chickens have long been kept as pets, and for their feathers, down, and manure.



Vegetables are any food crops that do not produce seeds, therefore, these foods include root crops, leafy greens, herbs, fruits, nuts, and tubers.

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  1. Umar

    I have tasted this mutton biryani recently.This is delicious and flavourful.
    Highly recommend 👌

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  2. RP i

    I have tried this mutton biryani.It is delicious and flavourful biryani.Highly recommend 👌

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