Cooking fresh mutton biryani for Mr Jundal?

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June 26th, 2012 Vishwas

Yes, it’s time to rush to your kitchen and think of ways to cook delicious dishes for yet another special guest of our country. His Highness Zabihuddin Ansari aka Abu Jundal. Mr Jundal, an Indian Mujahideen terrorist arrested on June 25 for his role in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, is hungry and would like us to serve him hot and fresh food. Preferably mutton biryani.

Although we do not know much about his preferences yet as far as cuisine is concerned, we should play safe and offer him biryani because his buddy, Ajmal Kasab, likes the Mughlai dish. In fact, Kasab is so fond of mutton biryani that in August 2009 he refused to eat food in jail unless he got it in his plate. An opportunity indeed for us to serve them. You won’t want to miss it, will you?

I believe we should feel lucky and privileged that the taxes we pay on our hard-earned money are being utilised for such noble purposes. I do. And so should you. Because you have no choice. It’s extremely satisfying to know that at least one tender mutton piece condescendingly consumed by Mr Kasab or Mr Jundal will be bought with my money. Ok, your money as well.

For the past many years, we have been serving the likes of Mr Kasab and Mr Afzal Guru. And now, Mr Abu Jundal has joined the VVIP club. The more the merrier, I guess. At least that is what the government and our President like to think. That explains why the club never loses any member.

Back to biryani. If you are a first-time tax payer and wondering how to cook biryani, here is the recipe: 2 cups basmati rice, 3/4 kg mutton pieces, 1/2 cup milk, 1 cup yogurt…

Hang on… why am I telling you the recipe? You can just Google it. I am getting back to work so that I get salary at the end of the month and pay tax. That’s the only way I can serve Mr Jundal and hope that the next mutton piece in his plate will be bought with my money.

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One Response to “Cooking fresh mutton biryani for Mr Jundal?”

  1. Rishi Says:

    Hello Vishwas,
    I agree with your thoughts and appreciate that you have expressed it in your blog.

    Good one.

    Thanks
    Rishi

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