There are some dishes that just do not need an introduction. Karahi is one of them. I have several other karahi recipes like my chicken karahi recipe to my Peshawari karahi recipe. This karahi recipe is made with lamb or mutton.
Lamb karahi, or any karahis, are just the best epitome of good Indian cuisine. I have used lamb in this recipe, but it is easily substituted for mutton. You just need to adjust the cooking time accordingly.
I love lamb curries in general, but this lamb karahi has got to be one of my favourite recipes out there. I especially love to serve it with fresh homemade naan bread or chapati. You could even serve it with boiled rice if you wanted to.
I know there is a bit of debate as to whether karahis should add onions or not, but I like the sweetness that the onions bring to the masala. However, for a more traditional and authentic karahi recipe check out my Peshawari chicken karahi recipe uses only tomatoes, ginger, and garlic.
I like to use bone-in lamb in all of my lamb curry recipes as it adds a deeper depth of flavour and taste. You could substitute with boneless lamb if you choose to, but as a general rule lamb on the bone does taste better as they are high in fat, and the juices that are released from the juices as the lamb cooks make the karahi absolutely delicious.
Lamb karahi or karahi gosht is a famous Indian curry. Lamb karahi often made with lamb or mutton is very popular in Indian restaurants all over the world! If you are craving Indian food, just ditch the delivery and make this delicious and authentic, restaurant-style curry at home.
This lamb karahi recipe involves slow cooking lamb in a karahi or wok. The lamb is cooked along with onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, and a range of aromatic spices. What isn’t to love about this restaurant-worthy recipe? Serve with homemade naan for a delicious Indian buffet.
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