8 nos. Trotters
2 nos. Onions
1 tblsp Coriander seeds
1 tblsp Jeera
4 nos. Brinjals
4 nos. Dagad phool
2 pieces Cinnamon
6 nos. Cloves
6 nos. Black pepper
4 nos. Cardamoms (green)
As per taste Salt
* Clean and cut the paaya into three pieces.
* Tie the coriander seeds, cumin seeds, bay leaves, dagad phool, cinnamon, cloves, pepper and cardamoms in a small muslin cloth and secure the ends to form a small pouch.
* Add enough water to the paaya and place over heat.
* Add the chopped onions and the spice pouch along with salt as per taste.
* Cook the gravy on slow fire, preferably over charcoal for 4 to 5 hours.
* Remove the spice cloth and serve. Nahari is served in the morning.
* Narhari cooked overnight on a slow fire and served for breakfast is delicious.
* Serve hot with bread or rice.
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