Pasanday is a South Asian Mughal inspired dish. It is made using thin fillets of beef or goat pot roast. Traditionally thin flat fillets marinated overnight in aromatic spices. Then cooked down the next day until soft and tender. The name Pasanday is from the urdu root word, "pasand" which means favorite or like. And do you blame the name? I mean who doesn't love spiced, tender, soft, melt in your mouth beef steak?