Bhuna Gosht Takes Little Extra Time To cook:
In Bhuna Gosht meat cooks in its own juices which give the deep flavours. Cooking takes a liitle extra time but its worth it as the end result is a luscious rich dish.
Bhuna Gosht Means Pan Fried Curry:
Bhuna Gosht means pan fried mutton curry. Pan frying makes this curry special because the bhuna part of its cooking is consist of pan frying the meat with spices without adding water.
Recipe Of Bhuna Gosht:
Preparation time 50-60 minutes
Serves 5-6 people
Mutton 500 gram
Bay leaf 1
Bell pepper 1
Chopped coriander leaves 1 bunch
Coriander powder 1 tbsp
Garam Masala powder As required
Ginger garlic paste 1-2 tsp
Green chillies 3-4
Oil 2-3 tbsp
Onion sliced 1 cup
Red chilli powder 1 tbsp
Salt To taste
Turmeric powder A pinch
Water as needed
Instruction For Cooking:
1. Take a pan or pressure cooker, add oil, garam masala dry, bay leaf, sliced onions, salt.
2. Now cook till onions are become golden brown in colour, then add ginger garlic paste, turmeric and green chillies then mix well.
3. Now add mutton mix well and stirr it continiously while adding red chilli powder, coriander powder and water mix well and cook till mutton is half cooked.
4. Now add bell peppers and cook till all the water is dryied out keep stirring and mixing till it is dry.
5. Now see oil becomes on top of meat then slow flame and lastly add fresh coriander leaves and garam masala powder.
Bhuna Gosht Have A Rich Texture & Flavour:
Bhuna Gosht cooking is a process similar to braising where in this recipe of Bhuna Gosht the meat is slowly cooked and simmered for little extra time to give a nice deep brown color and a complex flavour with a rich texture to the dish.
Uses Of Bhuna Gosht:
Bhuna Gosht can be served at homes, restaurants and at dhabas like restaurants at lunch or dinner time. Bhuna Gosht can be served with steamed rice, naan, chapatis, qulcha, paratha and you can also eat Bhuna Gosht with poori.Add to Favourites