Pakistan is one of the most food-loving countries in the world with an enormous demand of multiple food recipes and their presence there is no doubt that Pakistan can be listed as the most guzzi addicted country in the world.
The emblems of royal feats back in the 16th century are reflected everywhere especially in the agrestic areas of Pakistan.
Punjab which also means the land of five rivers is anonymously good in food fever. Punjab has its traditional style of food whether it is something veg or non-veg Punjab is amazingly good in both of them. Amongst this traditional food style, the NOOR THAL mutton is one of the exceptions.
It is one of the most famous foods in Punjab with its magnanimous reputation in the country it has been cooked in the thal for over 40 years and there is simply no doubt about its delicious taste.
It is widely famous and tastefully admirable throughout the country for its exorbitant taste and magnanimous flavour.
People living in the vicinity of Punjab adorably praise the THAL MUTTON for its exceptional taste later on the interest of the food lovers enthuse them to visit Punjab from far away just to enjoy this poignant mutton.
The famous THAL mutton has its long history behind its cultural likeness. About 40 years ago a sturdy butcher of Punjab named SULTAN MUHAMMAD opened a very small shop in the old main bazaar of the city where he only sold mutton. As a novice cook SULTAN was used to cooking traditional foods until one day when a tricky idea came into his mind all of a sudden he built a small kiln hole with the help of formidable bricks to set up the pace for the delicious dish.
He primarily used iron skewers and coal for roasting the mutton.
In the imprimis stage of the business, he worked very hard to get enough sales because at that time people were not too much aware of the delicious taste of that roasted mutton dish. After a few jolting ups and downs, people from different cities of Pakistan appreciated the THAL mutton and they began to visit Punjab especially for this purpose whereas many people familiarized that dish by discussing its gorgeous taste outside the city.
It is baked with several different spicy stactes mingled together with seasoned spices which enhances the taste of the mutton. “When it is cooked, it is coated with black pepper and other special spices for an hour, then wrapped in eight to 10 newspapers before being packed in a shopping bag,”.
Special types of goats are reared and brought from different places just to ensure the quality of the mutton and avoiding any noticeable flaw in it.
One of the incipient customers of this lovely dish is still not bored with it and the manifest reason behind it is that the taste and aroma of the mutton have not been changed even in these long years.
This is a surprising fact that people of different cities are overfond of this luxurious cuisine and they are willing to visit this shop just for the sake of THAL MUTTON.