Saturday, September 6, 2008

Fried Mutton-Tala Hua Gosht



INGREDIENTS:
  1. Mutton 1/2 kilo
  2. Red Mirch Powder 1/2 Tspn
  3. Turmeric Powder 1/4th Tspn
  4. Ginger-Garlic Paste 2Tspn
  5. Garam Masala Powder 1Tspn
  6. Black Pepper Powder 1Tspn
  7. Grinded HaraMasala(5 Greenmirch,1 Coriander,1/2 Pudina)
  8. Curry Leaves Few
  9. Nimbu 1
  10. Oil for frying
  11. Salt to Taste
FOR GARNISHING: Freshly cut Coriander and Fried Onion
METHOD
  • Pressure cook mutton with Salt,Turmeric Powder and Ginger-Garlic Paste with 1 and 1/2 cups of water for 10mins.Do not let the mutton condense fully otherwise it will get mashed when you start frying it.
  • Now dry out the water in the cooker.
  • Take a pan and heat 5-6 Tbspns of oil and add some curry leaves,fry them for a minute and take them out in a plate and crush them a bit and keep it aside.
  • Now add the condensed mutton to the pan and fry for about 2mins, later add Redmirch Powder,Kalimirch Powder,Haramasala paste and Garammasala Powder and fry mutton to golden brown colour and add the crushed Curry leaves .
  • Lastly add Nimbu ka juice add keep frying till done.Garnish it with freshly cut Coriander and friend onion.
RECOMMENDED COMBINATIONS: Khatti Dal,Tomato ki Chutney,Mirchi ka Saalan,Roti.

12 comments:

maimoona said...

Nice recipe! Even I cook this cook
and enjoy it with khatti dal.

Anjum said...
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Haseeb said...

Didn't try it out yet but the description certainly is making my mouth water.

Afreen said...

ASAK. hope you are keeping good health
WOW !
your website is very interesting , Bhabi aap lajawaab ho , Iam impressed.
keep the good work. I appreciate your patience

Kitchen Flavours said...

Guess what i made today? Chicken Fry what a coincedence. Tala Hua Gosht looks yummy.

Kate / Kajal said...

Even i have some gosht for tonight, but still have to decide how to make it. This sounds wonderful.

Yasmeen said...

The gosht looks nicely Tala Hua. your family is lucky to relish such delicious food:)

Priti said...

Gosht looks yummy...

syeda said...

hmm looks yummy, nest combo for this would be khatti daal and white rice(qushka),my mouth is watering already!

pickyeater said...

Mmm, looks tasty. Can one use another meat or poultry?

Anonymous said...

Dear Anjum,
First of all love n regards from pakistan, i love ur rcipes. I love hyderabadi food n people. Everything fm der. These days. I am trying all hyderabadi recipes. U r an inspiration for me i want. to learn. N know evrything customs culture n all i can. Kindly share mirchi ka salan. Plz if u can.
Lots of love n prayersz for u.
Sara

Anonymous said...

And plz khatti daal too. Plz