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DEGI ALOO GOSHT

a g mThis recipe is a bit different from regular aloo gosht recipes. If you will serve this with naans i am assuring you your family members will love this dish. Chef Zakir taught this recipe a long ago ,hope you will also try it.

INGREDIENTS:

Mutton/ beef1/2 kg
Potatoes2 large ,cut in 4 pieces.
Onion1 large
Yogurt1 cup
Whole spices mixed1 tbsp
Saltto taste
Red chili powder1 and 1/2 tbsp
Coriander powder1 tsp
All spice powder1/2 tsp
Oil 1/2 cup
Ginger garlic paste (fresh)1 tbsp

METHOD:

  • In a pot add oil and thinly sliced onion, fry till light golden. Remove it from oil and spread on a paper towel.
  • Grind it and set aside.
  • In the same oil add mutton or beef and whole spices, fry till color change now add ginger garlic paste and stir for 1 minute.
  • Now add Salt, red chili powder and coriander power , stir well then add yogurt. Fry for few minutes.Then add water and cover with lid.
  • Cook till meat tender now add potatoes and if required then add little amount of water too.
  • Add grind onion also, mix well.
  • Let it cook till potatoes soft and tender.
  • Sprinkle all spice/garam masala powder and let it simmer for few minutes.
  • You can add water to adjust gravy. But in this recipe gravy will be thick.
  • Serve with naans.

Comments

  1. MA beautifully done Ainy, pass me this 🙂 i can eat whole 🙂

  2. I have a question… If we add ginger/garlic paste after adding meat, does it not smell sharply ? I mean when we fry this paste in oil before adding any other ingredient till it gets golden brown, it doesn’t smell.

    • Qurat ul Ain says:

      Sana thou have answered you on my facebook page but here i assure you no sharp smell u will feel, try fearlessly inshallah you will like it.

  3. yummmm! i want to have it in my dinner today!!!

  4. This looks delicious! I’ve never used yogurt in my aaloo gosht.. will definitely try next time I cook 🙂 thanks for sharing!

  5. Salam Hun tried some of your recipes and there delicious only thing is kids don’t like whole spices in there currys could I grind them if so how many of each would I need Jazak Allah ??

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