Kosha Mangsho: The Wonderful Kolkata’s Mutton Curry Recipe

Introduction

Kosha Mangsho commands admiration and respect like a few dishes in Indian cuisine. Viewers this recipe of ours is made with mutton in many countries and usually in our own India. But it is not necessary to make it with mutton, you can use mutton instead. It is first marinated with curd. It is mixed with many special examples. Due to this we see and feel a taste emerging that we did not even expect.

We only need meat in general, be it meat of any kind, but it should have the right combination of spices and tenderness. It is usually served more in Bengal. You usually make it to big festivals. We will wait and see. But now you can stay connected with us and prepare it at your home. So without wasting time, we move towards our recipe, the name of which let me tell you once again Kosha Mangsho.

What Means of Kosha Mangsho:

Our recipe Kosha Mangsho is a popular dish from the Nawabi city of Kolkata which is usually made with meat curry. The paratha is perfect with any Indian flatbread. For South Indians, this curry goes great with Dosa and Italian too.

The Ingredients of Kosha Mangsho:

1: Mutton 500g cut into pieces

2: 3 large onions finely sliced

3: 2 tomatoes pureed

4: 1/4 cup mustard oil

5: 1 teaspoon cumin seeds

6: 2 bay leaves

7: 4 to 5 green cardamom pods

8: 2 to 3 cinnamon sticks

9: 5 cloves

10: 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste

11: 1 teaspoon turmeric powder

12: 2 teaspoon red chilli powder

13: 1 tablespoon coriander powder

14: 1 teaspoon garam masala

15: Salt as per your taste

16: Fresh Coriander leaves for garnish

Let’s Make the Recipe of Kosha Mangsho

1: Prepare the Mutton:

Heat mustard oil in a green-bottomed pan until it starts to smoke and let it cool slightly.

2: Infuse Aromatics:

All you have to do now is to heat the oil and add cumin leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, and cloves. Cook these ingredients well.

3: Saute Onions:

You have to take a frying pan and put your chopped onion in it. Not bare onion but heat some oil and fry the onion in it until golden.

4: Add ginger garlic paste:

Add garlic paste and ginger.

5: Incorporating the Tomatoes:

Add the pureed tomatoes to the pan and cook until the oil separates from the spices and forms a thick rich bean paste.

6: Introduce the Mutton:

Add the mutton pieces to the spices making sure it is cooked well. Cook on high heat until the mutton skin is flaky and crispy.

7: Spice it Up:

Cook on high heat until the mutton skin is flaky and crispy.

8: Slow cook to Perfection:

Continue to cook on low, stirring occasionally, until the mutton releases its juices and the spices thicken to a gravy.

9: Adjust Consistency: 

Add water as required and simmer till the mutton becomes tender and the gravy reaches the desired consistency.

10: Finished with Flair:

Sprinkle hot spices over the curry and garnish with fresh coriander leaves for a fragrant finish.

11: Serve it and Enjoy the Meal:

Serve hot with steamed rice or Indian roti of your choice. Which brings the rich aromatic pleasure of the cells to the center.

My Suggestion About Kosha Mangsho

I prefer an iron pan for making kosha mangsho as slow cooking on an iron griddle darkens the color of the mutton. You can also use a pressure cooker to make Up. kosha as well to avoid the extra cooking time required. Cooking on an iron pan gives the kasha mangsho the desired color that we want.

Kosha Mangsho

Conclusion

Viewers today’s special dish Kosha Mangsho which is a famous dish of Kolkata is ready. This dish of our recipe takes little time to prepare but its taste and quality are equally high. I have already shared many recipes for sweets with you, so I thought that today’s recipe should be presented differently. Viewers believe that no one will offer such recipes even for money as I am telling you.

If you understand today’s recipe and how to cook it, believe me, there will be no greater chef than you. So that’s the end of our recipe. If you have any questions related to the recipe, you can comment me or send me a message through my Gmail. I hope you like my latest recipe so stay tuned to my website Famous Indian Food and see how to make more recipes daily.

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