Sunday, February 3, 2013

Hyderabadi Tala Hua Gosht


Ingredients:

1/2 kg Bone/boneless Lamb
1 Onion (finely chopped)
 1 tbsp Meat Tenderizer Powder  ( optional)
1 tbsp Ginger paste & Garlic paste 
2 tbsp Red chilli powder
1/2  tbsp Turmeric powder
1 Gram masala powder
2 tbsp Lemon juice (optional)
Salt to taste 
8  tbsp Oil 

For Garnish

 Coriander leaves  (finely chopped)
chopped Mint leaves  (finely chopped)

Method

Clean and wash the mutton pieces, add  oil ginger and garlic paste, red chilli powder, turmeric powder  lemon and garam masala powder mix well, pressure cook the mixture for 3/4 whistles without adding too much of water,until the meat is tender.

(Or)

In a large bowl ,Add the Mutton marinate with meat tenderizer,ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, garam masala powder, Lemon and mix well. 
Cover and leave in the fridge for 1-2 hours.

In a large non-stick saucepan/Handi add oil at medium heat,
add  finely chopped onion  stir until tender and  translucent,
 then add ginger garlic paste, stir for few seconds,
 Add  mutton pieces, stir fry till the meat turns crispy brown on the outside.
Then leave it for low heat till the thin layer of oil appears on the bottom surface.

Add salt to taste,
Do not cook on a high heat,simmer heat and
 add the coriander leaves &mint leaves cover.
Remove from the heat.
Serve hot with khatti-dal,Parathas..
simple and easy  
Enjoy It..!!!



22 comments:

  1. Deliciously caramelized....looking delicious...

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  2. Mouthwatering dear....luv the khatti dal tala hua ghost combo..yum yum.

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  3. what tempting recipe, looks so so good, book-marking it

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  4. liked your first click.. tempting preparation..

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  5. Tempting dish..clicks are inviting...

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  6. thanks for linking roha , yes you are eligible...............

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  7. Really loved this recipe of yours! Can you also help me with the recipe of Bagara Chawal?

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    1. Thank you dear :) yes sure here is the link for the Bagara Chawal

      http://hyderabadicuisinerecipes-angel.blogspot.com/2010/04/hyderabadi-bagara-khana.html

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  8. Long time Roha. And back with a mouth watering ghost. Have to try this too....

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  9. Drooling here. Looks so spicy and yum

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  10. finger licking gravy, loved it...First time here happy to follow you...

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  11. Very nice collection of recipes. I am bookmarking one after another

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  12. This is such a lovely and beautiful dish. Loved it :)
    www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

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  13. Do you use water at any point? What meat best to use

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