Chevon/Goat meat has a subtle, peerless flavour; to prepare this meat I do usually use ingredients which have robust flavour that blends handsomely with the meat.
♠ In adequate quantity of warm rice bran oil add –
∗ Mashed pieces of an entire garlic pod,
∗ Add pieces of 3 guntur chillies (or according to preference of taste),
∗ Add pieces of 3 big tomatoes,
∗ Add salt – according to preference.
♠ Add pieces of 500 kg of chevon/mutton to the melted blend,
∗ Add half a tsp. of turmeric powder and a tsp. of garam masala,
∗ Add a handful of finely sliced pieces of coriander leaves,
∗ Add adequate quantity of warm water for the meat pieces to cook.
♠ When the meat pieces soften, add a medium bowl full of boiled dal (lentil soup) – a mix of Moong dal (green gram dal) and Masoor dal (lentil dal, pink lentil); and simmer the combination for few seconds until warm.
Serving size: Approximately 4 -6
Happy Eating ♥
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