Nihari is a deliciously smooth flour based stew with slow cooked mutton and a myriad of spices. This recipe takes a long time to cook but is easy to put together. To get the best flavour, the mutton is cooked on very low heat for upto 4 hours. Traditionally Nihari was cooked all night and then served to the Kings of Delhi in breakfast after the morning prayers. From the royal kitchens of the Mughals, the dish has now crossed all borders of region, religion and course.