Turai gosht recipe is a delicious combination of ridge gourd and mutton curry. It is not only tasty but also very easy to make.
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Turai is nothing but the ridge gourd. The skin is pretty hard but the inside flesh is very soft and spongy. It is very crucial to taste the ridge gourd before cooking.
As many a times there is a very bitter turai and the whole taste of the curry will be spoiled. So most of the time, I simply cut the top part of the ridge gourd, then taste a little bit of the fleshy part inside. If it tastes good then I start peeling the skin and cut into pieces.
So be extra careful while adding the turai to the curry. As one bad turai will spoil the whole curry.
The turai gosht recipe is a very versatile dish. It tastes awesome with both rice and roti. It is totally your preference how you would like to relish it.
You can leave the curry little thin if you are serving it with roti or simply dry up all the water if you are serving with rice.
Once the mutton is half cooked do not add any extra water to cook it further. The ridge gourd by itself leaves a lot of water and adding more water will only make it soggy.
Once the mutton is cooked fully, you can either cook till the water is fully absorbed or leave some gravy in it.
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So let’s get started with the Turai Gosht Recipe, How to make ridge gourd curry
Turai Gosht Recipe, How to make ridge gourd curry
What You Need:
- 500 gms mutton, cut into small pieces
- 1 kg turai / ridge gourd, peeled and sliced
- 3 tbsp oil
- 2 onion, finely chopped
- 2 green chilli
- 1 small tomato, chopped
- 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
- 1 tsp red chilli powder
- salt to taste
- 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
- 1 tsp coriander powder
How To Make:
- Heat mutton in a pan and add oil, onion, green chilli, tomato and ginger garlic paste.
- Cook until all the water dries up from the mutton.
- Add in the red chilli powder, salt, turmeric powder and coriander powder. Cook for couple of minutes.
- Next, add in sufficient water about a cup or two depending upon the quality of your mutton.
- Cook until the mutton is half done.
- Add the ridge gourd and cook on low flame till the mutton is done.
- By the time the mutton is done, the turai will be perfectly cooked too.
- At this point, you can either dry up all the water from it or leave as it is.
- Your delicious turai gosht recipe is ready to serve.
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