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Kosha Mangsho

food photography and styling mutton curry
Mutton Kosha

Every bong crave for some yumm kosha mangsho.. medium raw mutton curry. A simple delicacy easy to cook but this time laziness has to take a step up. The procedure is simple but it needs some patience and love to make it the finger licking good.

Few things which I feel you need to procure is the Arqa rose petal garam masala from #foodhall, I loved the aroma of the spice mix and I knew it how to make the best out of it, worth the try. So this coming weekend try your hand over this and let me know how you liked it.


Mutton or Lamb (bone or boneless): 1 kg

Cumin powder: 1 big spoon

Coriander powder: 1 big spoon

Turmeric powder: 1 big spoon

Red chilly powder (optional): half a spoon

Salt to taste: (I used Himalayan pink salt)

Mustard oil: 3 big spoon

2 Potato diced into 4

Tomato : 2 roughly diced

Onion : 2 roughly diced

Green chilies : roughly 4 to 5

Ginger Garlic Paste: 1 big spoon

Red Chilly Flakes: half a spoon

Arqa rose petal garam masala: half a spoon

Green coriander leaves: roughly chopped

Curry leaves


In a big bowl marinate your mutton with cumin, coriander, turmeric, salt, red chilly powder and mustard oil and keep it aside for half an hour and so.

In a mixer grinder add the onion, green chilly, tomato and grind it to paste. (that's the lazy part)

Take your cooker and put it over high flame and let it get completely dry, add mustard oil and once its hot add the diced potatoes carefully and fry it till light brown. Add the ginger garlic paste and the marinated mutton and curry leaves and mix and toss it nicely. Post few minutes add the curry paste to it and mix it well. You have a choice to let it get cooked at a slow heat for a long time or you can pressure cook it for one to two whistles. Add the Arqa rose petal garam masala and mix it well.

food photography and styling mutton curry
Mutton Kosha

Garnish and serve it with red chilly flakes and chopped coriander leaves. A dice of lemon juice is optional but do makes a difference. Roti or rice on the side makes it a complete meal.

Thankyou so much...

Hope you liked it and see you tomorrow.

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