This 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.
|Mutton/ beef||1/2 kg|
|Potatoes||2 large ,cut in 4 pieces.|
|Whole spices mixed||1 tbsp|
|Red chili powder||1 and 1/2 tbsp|
|Coriander powder||1 tsp|
|All spice powder||1/2 tsp|
|Ginger garlic paste (fresh)||1 tbsp|
- 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.
MA beautifully done Ainy, pass me this 🙂 i can eat whole 🙂
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.
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.
yummmm! i want to have it in my dinner today!!!
thanks for liking…:)
This looks delicious! I’ve never used yogurt in my aaloo gosht.. will definitely try next time I cook 🙂 thanks for sharing!
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 ??
You can skip whole spice from recipes, instead you can use powder spice.