Mutton Karahi | Restaurant Style Karahi Gosht- Slow Cooked

Mutton/Lamb Curry is such a rich dish! Eat it the next day and the flavors are even richer and more complex.

Growing up I had an aversion to the smell of mutton and refused to be in the kitchen especially on the three days of Bakra Eid when the women of the household were hovered over the stove, stirring a big pot of Mutton Karahi, while the men ushered in more freshly slaughtered cuts of meat. In retrospect, I think I borrowed that aversion from my eldest sister. (Have you ever adapted to someone else’s likes and dislikes without allowing yourself to develop your opinion and tastebud first?)
Today, this is the one dish I always order when I’m eating out at a Pakistani restaurant and go out of my way to cook in my own kitchen👩🏽‍🍳 And, ahem, can I just say that restaurant mutton or lamb karahi will always leave a little more to be desired?

 

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