Aloo Gosht recipe with step by step photos and video instructions is a lamb meat curry cooked along with diced potato in aromatic spices and tomato based gravy. Like the Mutton Masala, this dish so easy to make.
What is Aloo Gosht Recipe?
Some dishes are simply amazing to taste and easy to make. The simple ease of making such recipes, which do not require a lot of ingredients and yet turn out so elegant is definitely a regular in my kitchen. The Aloo Gosht recipe or the aloo gosht ka salan as the name suggests is a dish made with lamb meat and potatoes.
Variations in making the aloo gosht recipe.
- The first variation that is presented in this recipe is made with meat, potatoes, tomato, and coconut paste along with other spices. The potatoes are cooked along with the mutton curry itself until they are done. We use the coconut paste in this recipe, you can ground the freshly grated coconut and use it or get the store bought one. The coconut gets it a very unique flavor to the Aloo Gosht recipe or the Aloo Gosht ka salan.
- The second variation that you can make is with the yogurt in place of coconut paste. It will have a more tangy flavor like a korma. You can also add both yogurt and coconut paste in equal quantity.
- The third variation differs with the way you add the potatoes. You can add the potatoes as I have added directly to the curry itself, or you can add them after boiling separately. The potatoes can also be fried before adding them to the cooked mutton curry.
What kind of meat to choose for making the aloo gosht ka salan?
It is best to choose the hind leg of the lamb for making this aloo gosht recipe. You can also make it with boneless or bone-in pieces. Choose really tender meat if you are cooking without the use of a pressure cooker. Otherwise, it will take a really long time to cook the meat.
Pro Tips / Important things to remember while making this dish
Step By Step Pictorial of making the aloo gosht recipe
- Heat oil in a pan or pressure cooker. Add the chopped onion and green chili. Fry till the onion browns lightly.
2. Once the onion is browned lightly, add the ginger garlic paste. Cook until the raw smell from the ginger garlic paste has vanished. This should take a couple of minutes.
3. Next, add in the red chili powder, coriander powder, salt, tomato and sufficient water to cook the mutton till it is half done.
4. Cook until the mutton is half done. Do not fully cook the mutton as you will have to cook them with the potato too.
5. Add the diced potatoes and sufficient water to cook. Alternatively, you can cook in a pressure cooker too. Cook until the potatoes are almost done.
6. Add the coconut paste, coriander leaves, mint leaves. Cook until the mutton and potatoes are fully done. When you pass a spoon, it should pass through the potatoes easily. Adjust the consistency of the gravy according to your preference. Serve hot.
Serve this aloo gosht recipe hot.
You can serve this dish with both rice or roti or even khichdi. It tastes awesome with both. Adjust the consistency of the curry according to the dish that you serving with. If you are serving with plain rice, make a little thinner consistency. But if you are making for roti, then you can make a thicker version of the same.
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Let’s learn how to make the Aloo Gosht recipe or the Aloo Gosht ka salan
Aloo Gosht recipe
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What You Need:
- 500 gms mutton, cut into small pieces
- 3 no. potatoes, peeled and diced
- 2 tbsp oil
- 2 no. onions, sliced chopped
- 2 no. green chilies
- 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
- 2 no. tomatoes, chopped
- 2 tsp coriander powder
- 1 tsp salt , or to taste
- 1 tsp red chili powder
- 2 tbsp mint leaves
- 2 tbsp coriander leaves
- 3 tbsp coconut paste, made from fresh coconut
How To Make:
1. Stove-Top Variation
- Heat oil in a pan and add green chili and onion.
- Fry till the onion turns lightly brown and add ginger garlic paste. Fry till the raw smell from the ginger garlic paste disappears.
- Add the mutton and cook till the water has evaporated.
- Mix in tomatoes, red chili powder, coriander powder, salt and a cup of water or as needed & cook till the meat is half done.
- Next, add the potatoes and cook till the potatoes are almost done.
- Add in the coconut paste, mint leaves, coriander leaves give it a stir and cook on low flame till the potatoes are fully done.
- Serve hot with khichdi, rice or roti.
Pressure Cooker Variation
- Heat oil in a pressure cooker or pan and add green chili and onion.
- Fry till the onion turns light brown and add ginger garlic paste. Fry till the raw smell from the ginger garlic paste vanishes.
- Mix in mutton, tomatoes, red chili powder, coriander powder, salt and a cup of water or as needed & cook for 2 to 3 whistles.
- Allow the steam to escape and open the lid. Next, add the diced potato and a cup of water. Cook for 3 more whistles or as needed to almost cook your potatoes.
- Wait for the steam to cool down. Open the lid and add the coconut paste, mint leaves, coriander leaves and cook until the mutton and potatoes are fully done. Serve hot.
- Choose the good quality of mutton to make this dish.
- You can also par boil the potatoes before adding to the curry or fry the potatoes.
- If you are using small baby potatoes, then add them whole.
- You can add in garam masala powder towards the end to add extra flavor and aroma to the curry.
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This recipe was originally published in July 2016. New, Image, Step by step photos and video have been added for the better understanding of the users. The recipe has been made printable in November 2018.
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