Highlights

  • Dal and mutton makes for a great combination
  • Gosht is a traditional mutton dish
  • Here is a delicous dal gosht recipe that you can try at home

India is a country with a huge variety of regional cuisines and dishes that encompasses flavour, rich combinations and spices. While one can find comfort in a simple bowl of dal, the other might love to gorge on mutton korma. There’s absolutely no dearth of mouth-watering traditional dishes that one can relish in Indian cuisine. And even though we love our satiating bowl of simple dal as is, we wouldn’t mind experimenting a little with it for a mouth-watering delicacy. All thanks to the versatility of Indian dishes, one can create a new dish with anything and everything.

Amidst the lockdown due to Coronavirus outbreak, when everyone is seen experimenting in the kitchen, it seems it’s time to amp up our regular meals as well. Bored of the regular urad ki dal? We’ve got a perfect recipe to give it a delicious twist! Dal gosht is a stellar dinner recipe that you can easily try at home. The dish has mutton chunks tossed with rich spices such as elaichi, laung, badi elaichi, chilli powder, dhania powder, haldi and ginger along with garlic paste and salt. The meat along with soaked urad dal is cooked in onion paste till tender and served garnished with coriander leaves. The yogurt in the dish gives a thick, creamy touch to it.

(Also Read: Rajasthani-Style Gosht Ke Soole Is The Ideal Mutton Snack For Your Next Barbeque Cookout (Recipe Video))

Gosht, traditionally, refers to tender meat, cooked over a long time. It is used as an ingredient in countless dishes across different cuisines, including Middle Eastern cuisine. Dal gosht is a brilliant recipe to try amid the lockdown for a lovely special dinner with the family. The aromatic spices and distinct flavour of the tender meat is sure to make your family lick their fingers clean!

Find the recipe of dal gosht here. Try at home and let us know your experience in the comments section below.

About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.

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