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Palak Gosht


Palak ghost is a very delicious North Indian recipe though you will find it varieties in Hyderabadi cuisine too. It’s very soft delicious mutton recipe. I am presenting a quiet unique style palak gosht recipe with a lunch platter consist of tomato dal and fulori ( batter coated deep fried cauliflower). A simple suggestion for quick delicious meal planning. Palak gosht goes very well with simple white rice can also have it with naan paratha or roti. I ‘m sure you will all love this yummy delicious palak gosht recipe.


Preparation time : 15 minutes
Cooking time : 30 minutes 
Serves : 5 to 

Ingredients: 
1 kg mutton/ goat meat 
2 bunch of fresh spinach leaves coarsely chopped 
1 bay leaves 
3 tomatoes chopped 
5  onion chopped 
2 tbsp garlic paste 
1 tbsp ginger paste
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp cumin powder 
4 to 5 tbsp coriander powder 
1 tsp red chilly powder or to taste 
6 to 8 green chilly chopped 
½  tsp ghee / clarified butter
½  tsp garam masala powder 
¼  cup oil
Salt to taste

 
Methods of Cooking : Heat oil in a heavy buttom pan. Add bay leaves. Then add chopped onions. Fry till little brown. Then add garlic paste and ginger paste. Fry a little then add chopped tomato, turmeric powder, cumin powder, chilly powder. Fry the masala till oil comes out. Then add the mutton pieces. If the masala get too dry add 2 to 3 tbsp of hot water. Fry the mutton well with the masala. Then add 3 to 4 cups of water. Pressure cook for 4 to 5 whistle or till the mutton pieces are tender. Then add the spinach leaves, coriander powder and chopped green chilly. Mix well.Cook lid open for 8 to 10 minutes. Add ghee and garam masala powder. Mix and put off the flame . This is a hot spicy yummy mutton recipe. Enjoy with hot steamed rice or simple plain flat bread / roti.



Happy Cooking!

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