A blast of spice, paired with the goodness of meat is a delight for every foodie. Whether it’s a family dinner night or a Sunday lunch plan, this dish promises to add the right amount of spice to your dining table. To know more about this Awadhi dish, follow the recipe below.
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Place a large pan on medium-high heat. Add coriander, fennel, cumin, mustard, fenugreek and nigella seeds to it and roast them thoroughly. Switch off the flame and place the pan aside. Once the seeds come back to room temperature, grind them into powder using a mortar and pestle.
In a blender, add chopped tomatoes, onions and chillies. Grind them until a thick purée is ready.
Place a pressure cooker on high heat and add oil to it. Once the oil is hot enough, add chopped onions to the pressure cooker. Then, add the mutton pieces and sauté it for five minutes. Now, add the ginger-garlic paste, turmeric and coriander powder and fry it for three minutes on a medium-high flame. Then, add the grounded achari masala and stir. After a minute, add tomato purée and yogurt to the mixture and let it cook for five to seven minutes. Lastly, add water to the cooker and place the lid over it.
Once the mutton cooks evenly, garnish it with coriander leaves and serve it hot with roti or jeera rice.
Use mustard oil to get the authentic taste of achari gosht.
You can follow the same recipe and make achari chicken just by replacing mutton with chicken.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use marinated mutton for cooking achari gosht?
Yes, you can use marinated mutton while cooking achari gosht.
Can I add the seeds without grounding them?
No, we recommend grounding the seeds as it enhances the flavour of the dish.