Saturday, October 22, 2016

Super Easy Khasi ko Bhuteko Masu Recipe (Easy Pan Fried Mutton)!!

Recipes I post are usually very easy and this one today must be the easiest. Before I started blogging, I always used to think cooking meat dishes are hassle but as I have learned so much throughout my blogging journey, I have also found so many techniques that make difficult Nepali recipes easy without putting authentic Nepali taste on stake. If you are a beginner and have no idea on cooking Nepali dishes and especially meat dish, this recipe is for you. Easy, Very Tasty and most importantly Authentic >:D< Make sure to search "Khasi" on Previous Posts Tab for other yummy Khasi ko Masu Recipes :)
Yumtastic :x

Prep time: 10min(s) Cook time:20min(s) Total time: 30min(s)

Things you will need: 

  • Goat Meat (1lb, clean and cut in 2 inch cube size)
  • Cumin Seeds (1/2 table spoons or 1/2 table spoons cumin powder)
  • Coriander Seeds (1/2 table spoons or 1/2 table spoons coriander powder)
  • Cinnamon Stick (1 or 1/2 table spoon cinnamon powder)
  • Dried Red Chilies (3-4 or 1/2 table spoon red chili powder)
  • Turmeric powder (1 tea spoon)
  • Ginger-garlic paste (1 table spoon)
  • Salt (according to taste)
  • Oil (4 table spoons)
Directions:
  1. On a grinder, add cinnamon stick, cumins seeds, coriander seeds, 2 table spoons water and red dried chilies. Grind and make thicker paste. DO NOT FOLLOW THIS STEP IF YOU ARE USING POWDER SPICES.
  2. On a deep dish add meat, water and 2 pinches of salt. Boil meat until it is cooked. DO NOT OVER COOK.
  3. Heat oil. Add boiled meat and all of the remaining ingredients including step 1. 
  4. On a medium to high heat, Stir  periodically and cook for 10-12 minutes. 
  5. Done. Simple as that :) Enjoy with any kind of alcoholic beverage or just with anything:)

3 comments:

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  2. My husband is nepali and I habe surprised him with several of your recipes when I want to make him new Nepali dish. Everyone Ive made he has said is amazing and authentic (we live outside nepal) and often he says my cooking is even better than his mothers and aunties! So thanks for the help turning this bedhesi buddhi into a top nepali chef. But why no new posts since 2016?

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