Dal Gosht

Daal also spelled dal, (dried lentil peas or beans) is an integral part of the South Asian cuisine. There are many varieties commonly used like yellow lentil or peeli daal, mong ki dal, urad daal, chanay ki daal and some more. Though Dal is usually more popular among the vegetarians as an alternate source for proteins, but it is used in many different recipes with different ingredients. Dal can also be used in kababs and can also be cooked with meat, beef or chicken. In this recipe we are making Dal with Mutton. This dal gosht recipe is spicy and tastes very good.
     1 kg mutton meet (cut into small pieces and bone less)
     2 cup chanay ki daal
     1 tbsp red chili powder
     1 tsp coriander powder
     1 tsp turmeric powder
     1 tsp black pepper powder
     2 cardamom
     1 tsp garlic paste
     1 tsp ginger paste
     1/2 tsp cumin seeds
     2 chopped tomatoes
     1 chopped onion
     1 tbsp chopped mint leaves
     2 tbsp lemon juice
     4 chopped green chilies
     1 tsp gram masala powder
     Salt to taste
     1 tbsp pure ghee (Desi ghee)
     1 cup oil


Wash and soak daal for 40-45 minutes.

Heat oil in a pan, Add chopped onion and saute till onion turns pink add cumin seeds, ginger paste, garlic paste, mutton, red chili powder, chopped tomatoes, salt, coriander powder, turmeric powder, black pepper, cardamom, and 1/2 cup water. Cook 20 minutes in a medium heat. Until water dry.

Add the soaked daal and 2 glasses of water. Cover and leave on low heat to tenderize.

When both meat and daal have softened, add gram masala, pure ghee (Desi Ghee), and lemon juice.

Remove from heat, Garnish by mint leaves and chopped green chilies.

Delicious Daal Gosht is ready to serve. Serve hot with rice or chapati.

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