Ramadan 2022: 5 Gosht Recipes To Make ‘Iftar’ A Delicious Affair

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Ramadan 2022: 5 Gosht Recipes To Make 'Iftar' A Delicious Affair
Gosht Recipes


  • Make your ‘Iftar’ delicious by enjoying gosht curries.
  • Here are 5 delicious gosht curries you can make at home.
  • Find the recipes down below.

With almost a week into Ramadan, the excitement and spirits remain high among foodies as they look forward to rewarding their day full of fasting by making a delicious meal for ‘Iftar’. For the unversed, devotees keep ‘Roza’ i.e. fast for the entire day, from sunrise to sunset, when they can’t eat or drink anything, not even water! The fast is broken in the evening after sunset with ‘Iftar’. The ‘Iftar’ meal time refers to the time when devotees can indulge in mouth-watering dishes that bring a smile to their faces! Keeping this in mind, we have shortlisted five delicious gosht recipes to make ‘Iftar’ a delicious affair.

Also Read: Ramadan 2022: 5 Classic Mutton Kebabs That’ll Make Iftar A Delicious Affair

Ramadan 2022: 5 Gosht Recipes To Make For Iftar:

1.Chicken Dabba Gosht

A Bohri dish that has it all, the Chicken Dabba Gosht recipe might seem complicated at first look but has considerably simple steps and can be whipped up by novice home chefs too. When we say Chicken Dabba Gosht has it all, we are not kidding – because from macaroni to creamy juicy chicken to eggs bubbling in hot ghee, there is so much to dig into in this dish.

Click here for the full recipe of Chicken Dabba Gosht.


2.Gosht Achari

Gosht achari is the perfect mutton dish you can make to spruce up any boring meal spread. Spicy and savoury and with just the right amount of zest in it, achari mutton can be a star dish the next time you have guests over.

Click here for the full recipe of Gosht Achari.

3.Dal Gosht

Dal gosht is a stellar dinner recipe that you can easily try at home. The dish has mutton chunks tossed with rich spices such as elaichi, laung, badi elaichi, chilli powder, dhania powder, haldi and ginger along with garlic paste and salt.

Click here for the full recipe of Dal Gosht.

4.Pathar ka Gosht

Pathar ka Gosht is a traditional Hyderabadi delicacy which has won several hearts during the past decades. It is a mutton dish, where the meat is marinated for long hours, even overnight sometimes, and left to slow cook for hours!

Click here for the full recipe of Pathar ka Gosht.


5.Badam Gosht Korma

The thick velvety almond and curd gravy, the melt-in-mouth soft mutton chunks and the delicious aroma of the dish make it the quintessential Mughal recipe fit for your next royal fare. Just pair it with some fluffy rice or buttered naan for a satisfying and wholesome meal.

Click here for the full recipe of Badam Gosht Korma.


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