Sunday, November 3, 2013

Salan Gosht [Mix Vegetables with Mutton]

Happy Diwali

Happy Diwali

We generally take mutton independently or,at the utmost,with potato.But you will find appealing difference & a great deal of taste when mutton taken with vegetables.Try and enjoy Salan Gosht [Mix Vegetable with Mutton]


  • Meat  500 gm
  • Seasonal vegetables 3 or 4 excluding carrot,turnip & radish, eg.:
Potato  4 medium size

Carrot  2
Lauki [bottle gourd] 100 gm
Radish  1 medum size
Cauliflower  1 medium size
Capsicum  2
Beans  50 gm
Lady finger  50 gm
Green peas  50 gm
Turnip  2 pieces
  • Garam masala powder  1 tsp
  • Red chili powder  1 tsp
  • Turmeric powder  2 tsp
  • Ginger & garlic paste  4 tsp  
  • Onion  100 gm
  • Green coriander leaves  a small bunch
  • Salt to taste
  • Curd  200 ml 
  • Refined or mustard oil 4 tbsp
  • Water  4 cup


  • Clean the mutton pieces.
  • Chop all the vegetables in small pieces.
  • Chop ginger,onion and garlic.
  • Beat the curd.
Serves 6 persons.


  • Heat the oil in a pressure cooker.Fry onion pieces till it turns transparent.
  • Add garlic & ginger paste and salt.Fry till oil is separated.
  • Add mutton pieces,garam masala powder,red chilli powder,beaten curd and lemon juice.Mix well and fry till mutton gets tender and oil is again separated.
  • Add chopped vegetables.
  • Mix and fry for about 5 minutes on high flame.Then add water.
  • Cover the cooker.Cook on high flame.
  • Put off flame after 2 whistles.
  • Let the pressure release.Open the cover.Ensure a thick gravy.If needed,saute but without cover on,on high flame to evaporate unnecessary fluid
  • The salan gosht is ready.
  • Garnish with green coriander leaves.
Enjoy it hot with roti,nan or missi roti and rice.