Bakre ke paye
Bakre ke Paye or goat trotters is basically stew or broth made with goat trotters when these trotters are cooked in water with some ginger, garlic and spices like red chili, turmeric powder, coriander powder and salt overnight so that the juice from the goat legs or trotters is extracted fully and mixed with the gravy . The juice which is taken out of these legs is very healthy and essential for bones and joints. Goat trotters are also taken as soup by some people but usually eaten with tandoori naan and chopped green chilies, coriander and sliced ginger. Bakre ke Paye can be served as a full course meal. It is mostly cooked in winter season to remain healthy and warm. Bakre ke Paye is also served in various restaurants in Pakistan and abroad. Bone marrow is added to the gravy of baker ke paye to make it more flavorful and healthy. Winters are the time to make mutton trotters. They are loved during the winter season. This recipe for bakre ke paye will provide you with an awesome taste of bakre ke paye.