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Mutton Chops (Ribs) A Special Recipe & Know More About Mutton Champ

Mutton Chops (Ribs) A Special Recipe & Know More About Mutton Champ

Mutton champ, also known as mutton ribs or mutton chops, is a beloved delicacy among Pakistani desi foods. Bakra champ, the Urdu name for mutton champ, has gained popularity nationwide. This delectable dish is typically prepared in BBQ style, utilizing various cooking methods such as braising, smoking, grilling, skewing, and shallow frying on a ‘Tawa’ or in a deep fryer. The star ingredient of this dish is mutton, specifically mutton ribs, which can be cooked separately as individual chops or prepared as a whole rib cage. As a roasted meat dish, mutton champ is highly cherished by meat enthusiasts across Pakistan. It holds a special place as an all-time favorite desi dish, particularly in the Punjab province. Although this mouthwatering mutton delicacy originated from the North West Province of Pakistan, it has found its way into the hearts and palates of people throughout the country.


However, this type of cooking ribs is also very famous in other countries like Great Britain, some European countries, and in the United States of America as well. This mutton recipe is mostly served with chilli sauces but it can also be eaten with green Chatni.

Taste of Mutton Champ:

Mutton Chops Karahi

As I mentioned above that Bakra champ is the best delicacy of Pakistan. Its taste is amazingly yummy and unforgettable. This Roasted dish is a part of every event and celebration in Pakistan. To be precise Bakra champ is the most prominent dish because of its taste. The richness of spices and the smoke of coal enhance its taste too. However, it can be cook and server in roadside Dabhaz to silver spoon restaurants.



Recipe of Mutton Champ(Mutton Chops) :

Mutton Champ Recipe

There are so many ways and recipes in traditional Dhabas to make champ. Some restaurants prefer to make champ directly on coal and some are used to make it in Oven or the pan. For households, Pakistanifoodbox provides an authentic and delicious recipe.  However, I’m going to mention a simple and easy made mutton champ recipe here. In this recipe, after margination of meat, you can cook wither on burning coal or in the pan. However, The choice is totally yours. I’m going to mention a pan-oriented recipe that is very simple and easy to make.


Story with Mutton Champ:

Mutton Champ

I have mentioned somewhere else on this site that Jay Palfrey experiences many Pakistani dishes during his visit to Pakistan. Jay Palfrey is a British YouTube vlogger; you can find more details about Jay in the specified Article. However, when Jay was on the way to explore Pakistan, he got a chance to had some food from a Lahori Restaurant. Mutton champ was one of the dishes that he ordered. Before taking the first bite of champ Jay express his feelings about the champ’s aromatic look. One can easily see enthusiastic expressions in his particular video.



When he takes the first bite of a champ he says, by closing his eyes, this is the best mutton dish that he ever had. This is so juicy and amazingly yummy and its stuffed masala taste enhance its flavour to another level. This is the real beauty of Pakistani food. These are Jay Palfrey’s words about Bakra champ. However, this makes my mouth watering and reminds me of my own memories with Bakra champ. YUMMY!



Major Ingredients:

Mutton Ribs


Ginger and Garlic

Garam Masala

Fresh Coriander

Lemon juice


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Mutton Champ Special Recipe

June 1, 2021
: 4
: 30 min
: 1 hr
: 1 hr 30 min
: Medium Difficulty Level

Bakra champ is a prominent dish of Pakistani cuisine. This is a desi dish that is largely cooked in roadside Dhabas and households as well. This champ is mostly made in BBQ style or other words by braising, smoking, grilling, skewing, and shallow frying on a ‘Tawa’ or in the da deep fryer. Basically, this dish is made up of the meat of mutton, particularly mutton ribs.


  • ½ kg mutton ribs
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 ½ tbsp Ginger Garlic paste
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp turmeric powder
  • Water as required
  • ½ tbsp Garam masala
  • ¼ tsp mace powder
  • ¼ tsp nutmeg powder
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • One tbsp green chillies (Chopped)
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 2 tbsp fresh coriander
  • 1 tbsp tandoori masala
  • 3 tbsp cooking oil
  • Koyla for smoke
  • Step 1 Take a pan.
  • Step 2 Add mutton, ginger garlic paste, salt, turmeric powder, onions.
  • Step 3 Add water and mix it well.
  • Step 4 Then on the flame and bring it to a boil
  • Step 5 Then, cook in on low flame for 20-25 minutes.
  • Step 6 Then cook on high heat until dries up.
  • Step 7 Let it rest for 6-8 minutes.
  • Step 8 In a bowl, add coriander powder, red chilli powder, garam masala, mace powder, nutmeg, cumin seeds, green chilli, lemon juice, yoghurt, fresh coriander, tandoori masala, and mix well.
  • Step 9 Add cooked mutton champ and coat it well.
  • Step 10 Cover marinates for 30 minutes.
  • Step 11 In a frying pan, add cooking oil.
  • Step 12 Cover and cook on a medium flame for 5 minutes.
  • Step 13 Then cook uncovered from both sides until golden brown.
  • Step 14 Give a Koyla smoke for 3 minutes.
  • Step 15 Your mutton champ is ready.


CREDIT: Food Fusions

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