Homemade Goat Curry!

January 12, 2018

 

Let's just get right to it shall we? We borrowed this recipe for Haveli's head chef, Gurpal Singh! It should take you approximately 45 mins to prep and cook.  The best thing about this recipe is that all the ingredients and readily available at Namaste, I'm going to put down just a few of the brands and the prices of the ingredients at the bottom of the recipe. If you're new to spices and the art of cooking with various ingredients you'll find  that most of them can be used in your everyday dishes. Compared to larger marketplaces we sell our spices,legumes and grains at a much smaller price. The reason for that isn't the quality but because of the packaging, as you'll see in most grocery stores spices come in jars or plastic bottles, we order ours in plastic pouches. Not only does it save on packaging but cuts down the cost as well! So you can get a bigger bang for your buck!

 

A lot of these measurements can be adjusted for your liking, if you want decrease the strong flavor of cumin, you can omit the seeds or decrease the powder. If you want your dish to be on the spicier side, throw in some chopped green chilies or increase the chili powder. The key to this recipe if to let the mutton soak up the broth so its juicy and tender!

 


INGREDIENTS

 

 Goat 2lb

1/3 cup ghee or olive oil 

1 tbsp cumin seeds

2-3 Bay leaves

2 cloves

1 Cinnamon Stick

3 Red onions finely diced  

3 Cloves Garlic - minced
1 tbsp Ginger grated or finely minced

4 tomatoes or 1 14 oz can diced tomato

1tbsp coriander powder

 1 tbsp garam masala

 1 tbsp cumin powder

1/2 tbsp paprika

1/2 tbsp turmerics powder

1tbsp salt - or adjust according to taste 

1/2 tsp chili powder

4-6 cups of water 

Cilantro - optional for garnish

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1.  Heat ghee/oil in a large pot. Add  the cumin, bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon stick and saute for about a minute

  2. Add the onions and saute another minute or so or until the onions start browning 

  3. Add the ginger and garlic, saute another minute 

  4. Combine and add the tomatoes/tomato sauce.

  5. Add salt, paprika, turmeric,garam masala, cumin powder and coriander powder and combine until fragarant

  6. Add goat meat and and 4 cups of water and cook for 10 to 15 minutes

  7. The water will start to evaporate and then add 2 more cups of water or the amount  you want to get your desired consistency

  8. Simmer for another 10 to 12 minutes, or until the mutton is juicy and tender

  9. Adjust the seasoning to your preference, serve garnish with cilantro

  10. Serve with basmati rice or tandoori naan (Indian bread) - both are carried at Namaste in numerous brands, fresh and frozen for your convenience 

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

> >Swad Cumin Seeds (200g) - $2.29

>Swad Turmeric Powder (100g) - $1.29

>Swad  Bay Leaves - $1.99

>Garlic Pouch - $1.99

>Halal Goat (Mutton) - $5.99 lb 

> RKG Ghee 200 ml- $3.99

> Cinnamon sticks 100g - $1.79 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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