Aloo Gosht, or meat with potato curry, is one of the popular dishes among Pakistani/ Indian cuisines. The dish is traditionally enjoyed as a part of celebrations such as Eid feast, birthdays, weddings, etc.
It’s delicious to have the Aloo Gosht with rice, whether it’s plain Basmati rice, Pilau rice, or Biryani rice. And traditionally, that is how most people enjoy the curry.
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However, there is nothing wrong to eat your meat and potato curry with naan bread, chapati, or pitta bread if you wish to. Though I personally would choose naan bread to go with my Aloo Gosht. It’s your choice 😃.
There are many ways to make Aloo Gosht. Just like any other food recipes. You’ll come across a hundred ways of making one particular food.
But after making the dish and tweaking so many recipes countless times over the years, I have now settled with this recipe. Because I find this one has well-balanced spices without overpowering aroma or taste.
Before you go on making the dish, let me tell you the secret of this curry. It lies in how you make the masala spice. For many years, I didn’t realize that I should cook the spices with tomatoes until they become smooth and thick with the oil separates from the spices.
It was one of my husband’s nieces that reminded me. She was born and grew up in Pakistan. So she cooks the way Pakistanis do in Pakistan 😊.
Anyway, I’ll let you dive into the recipe.
Thank you for reading. Now you have more ideas about what type of meat curry you want to cook. I promise you this Aloo Gosht – meat and potato curry in Pakistani style – will make your loved ones happy. Try it and let me know how you think of it in the comments below. I will really appreciate that.
Also, feel free to share the post and pin it in your Pinterest. And of course, before you go, you may want to check my other recipes that you may be interested in as well 😊.
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Thank you and all the best.