Dum Gosht

Dum Gosht

Dum Gosht

Good Day lovelies…I have for you a super yummy, spicy, maseldaar mutton curry. The recipe is from Paramita Bhattacharya from the Chef at Large Facebook group…  it is finger licking good. I hope everybody will try it out.


Mutton – 500 grams (Cleaned and Washed)

Curd – 100 grams

Kashmiri chilly paste – 3 tblsp

Red chilly paste – 2 tblsp

Ginger Paste – 2 tblsp

Garlic paste – 3 tblsp

Cumin paste – 2 tblsp

Coriander Paste – 2 tblsp

Onion Paste – 4 tblsp

Onions – 1 big (chopped)

Tomato – 1 (chopped)

Garam Masala Powder – 1 tsp

Mace – ¼ tsp

Nutmeg – ¼ tsp

Turmeric Powder – ½ tsp

Cumin Seeds – ½ tsp

Cloves – 4 pieces

Cinnamon – 4 pieces

Bay leaves – 4 pieces

Green Cardamoms – 6 pieces (crushed)

Brown Cardamoms – 4 pieces (crushed)

Lemon Juice – 1 tsp

Water – 4 cups (Boiling hot)

Ghee/Oil – as needed

Salt to taste

Dum Gosht

Dum Gosht


Marinate the mutton with turmeric powder (1/4 tsp), curd, Kashmiri and normal chilly paste, Ginger Paste, Garlic paste, Cumin paste, Coriander Paste, Onion Paste and chopped tomato along with lemon juice for about four hours.

Heat ghee/oil in a frying pan, add onions and sauté till golden brown. Keep aside.

Heat  more  ghee in the same pan add all the whole spices and fry for a couple of minutes. Add the marinated mutton, fried onions, mix well and cook on low heat for 30 minutes without any added water.

After 30 minutes add the boiling water to the mutton and let it come to a rolling boil. Cover and cook on low flame for another hour or until the mutton is tender.

Add the garam masala and take it off the flame.