Shebas Recipes teaches viewers how to make Daal Gosht - a meat and lentil curry! You will need a pound of chopped mutton cubes and half a cup of lentil. You will have soaked and washed the lentil four about a half and hour. Your spices are a tea spoon of salt, teaspoon of turmeric, teaspoon of chili pepper and a teaspoon of coriander powder and 2 teaspoons of ginger and garlic mixed, 1 medium onion thinly sliced and medium tomato chopped. First, cook the onions in olive oil frying them in a pressure cooker. When they are done, add the chopped mutton and ginger garlic mixing them and frying the mix simultaneously. Now, add your various spices and continue to mix and cook. Add in a little bit of water to the mix and continue to mix (The water will evaporate). Now add in the tomatoes and add in two tablespoons of fat free yogurt (Any kind you like). Continue to stir as the mix boils. Now, add the soaked Daal to the dish and add more water (enough so the mix does not stick to the pressure cooker). Now, let everything cook thoroughly and it should be done! Garnish the dish with chopped green chili peppers, and thinly sliced cilantro and ginger. In a pan take fried onions and 2 teaspoons of cumin seeds, cook, and top them onto the Daal Gosht. Now you've got a great home made lentil and meat curry!
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