Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Bhindi Gosht

1. Mutton 300 gms
2. Okra/Lady Finger 10-12 nos
3. Medium onions 2
4. Ginger Garlic Paste 1 tbsp
5. Medium Tomato 1
6. Turmeric Powder 1/4 tsp
7. Red Chilli Powder 1 tsp
8. Coriander Powder 2 tbsp
9. Cumin seeds 1-1/2 tbsp
10. Tamarind pulp as per yout taste
11. Green Coriander leaves for garnishing
12. Salt as per taste
13. Oil as per requirement

1. Add mutton, roughly chopped onions, roughly chopped tomato, ginger garlic paste, turmeric powder, salt and pressure cook the mutton untill done without adding any water. Mutton will release its water.
2. In a vessel add oil, when hot add green chillies to it, once they start to splutter add a little ginger garlic paste and fry for 2-3 seconds.
3. Now add the contents of the pressure cooker in the vessel and keep cooking it on medium flame.
4. Add red chilli powder, coriander powder, salt and let it cook on medium low flame till oil appears on top.
5. During this time, cut the bhindi in 2 pieces and shallow fry it with a little salt and once step 4th is done add this shallow fried bhindi to the mutton mixture.
6. Now add the tamarind pulp accoridng to your taste, i added only 2 tbsp, u can add less or more according to your wish.
7. Add a little water and let it cook on medium low flame till the bhindi cooks completely
8. In a small pan dry roast the cumin seeds till they turn dark brown and releases a nice aroma. Cool it and grind into a fine powder.
8. Once the bhindi cooks completely add this browned cumin powder to it and garnish with green corinader leaves.
9. Serve hot with boiled rice

1. Brown the cumin seeds on medium low flame, once cool u can crush them with the help of a rolling pin
2. Add the tamarind paste very slowly and keep on checking the taste, once u feel its enough stop it, dont go by the measurement. U can add less or more than 2 tbsp, according to ur wish.
3. If by mistake u have added more tamarind pulp than your requirement, u can boil a small onion with salt, coriander powder, turmeic powder and a little oil, and pressure cook it till done. once u open the cooker cook this mixture on low flame till it becomes a fine paste and releases a nice aroma and a little oil on top, then u can add this mixtue to the gravy as per ur need.

1 comment:

  1. Dear Sana,

    Another superb looking dish from your kitchen. Why dont you start a home delivery of such exquisite looking, mouth watering dishes. We would stop cooking at home and look forward to the sight of delivery guy. All the very best. Rgds.