Kadai Gosht – Mutton – By Vahchef @ vahrehvah.com

Kadai Gosht – Mutton – By Vahchef @ vahrehvah.com

hello namaste salaamwalekum satsriyakaal; welcome back to another session with your VahChef at Vahrehvah.com. Today I’m going to show you how to make Kadai Gosht you know when I made Kadai chicken and kadai vegetable I made little bit dry
but this is going to be slightly gravy so we’re going to learn how to make this
so first take a nice a kadai and then add oil in it ok when the oil is hot we’re going to
add mutton and cook till the mutton is slightly golden in color frying the mutton till it is slightly brown make this meat even more tasty you know here I have got more or less boneless kind of meat but if you add you know the bone also in this it will
be even more tastier add some turmeric in this okay that should be good now add a lot
of slices of onion ok all these onions will be nicely
cooked and become a nice gravy. In this also add slices of tomato and we’re going to cook this with a lid on till it’s going to take almost of 45
minutes of slow cooking like this till all the onions and tomatoes will get
mashed up and if you want you can also transfer this into a pressure cooker and cook for at least 4 – 5 whistles till the meat is
cooked and tender now after you know slow cooking the
onions have disappeared the tomatoes have disappeared but you know i need to add salt in this ok and in this i’m going to add half a
cup of yogurt we’re going to have this like a gravy so
this is going to be good but we have not added any masala here is the Kadai masala; see if you want
to substitute any other ingredients in your kadai masala you can always change
but this is the kind of a standard thing what we do and make this into a powder
and add this kadai masala into this mixture, now in this add green chilli also if you want to make it spicy you can also add some chili
powder i’m going to add some chilli powder and you know i have cut the ginger into juliennes just i’m going to leave little bit for garnishing and just add that also and I’ve got the mint and coriander most
of it in this and just leave a little for the garnish and i’m going to let
this cook till the oil you know oozes out from this meat. Wow
already this is looking good look at the color of the gravy and it’s
already glowing shining and the aroma is whoo-hoo kind of. Ah! man this is hot good i’m just going to let this cook on
a slow flame for another 2 – 3 minutes and the dish will be done you know i just put it in sim but you know this aroma is filled all over
my house ah and look at this; this is what a
fantastic gravy and this is what is called Kadai Gosht and look at this perfect you know a little bit extra oil
that floats because some of the fat from the meat also melts away and then
ding chicka ding chicka….. look at this Kadai mutton, when this is
done wow how it looks. Dear friends these of Kadai mutton or the Kadai Gosht is very popularly made in north-west frontier
towards Pakistan and Afghanistan and even in northern part of India
especially in dhabas and even the restaurants. Dear friends make it home and I’m telling you this is
one of the easiest is to make and very tasty. Wow mmm you know you have seen how we add the
onions and tomatoes but when they’re cooked they totally disappear and give a
very nice very tasty gravy. Dear friends I hope you enjoyed today’s seeion of
learning how to make this Kadai Gosht with your VahChef but do not forget vahrehvah is all about inspiring others to cook so please put your recipes and cooking tips
at vahrehvah.com so others can benefit from your great cooking thank
you mmm basic Kadai masala has you know red chillies add some pepper corns coriander seeds in this add cumin seeds and some
fennel seeds this is optional and dry roast these
ingredients till the nice sweet flavor comes and also dry roasting of these
ingredients makes it easy to put in a pestle and ground now you can see that this whole masalas
have slightly colored and now we’re going to add fenugreek leaves these
fenugreek leaves also give a very nice flavor that is the reason you added in
the last because they’re too thin and they may get burnt if you add in the starting. Transfer this onto a plate and we’re going to cool this down
after you cool this down put in the ding chik and ground it to a coarse powder

Dereck Turner

100 thoughts on “Kadai Gosht – Mutton – By Vahchef @ vahrehvah.com

  1. MrChirutha1234 says:

    I made it twice,tastes good.one thing that mutton has be boiled for more time,so that you get good taste.Thank you very much Vahchef.

  2. Homo Sapiens says:

    can we make this in cooker?

  3. Homo Sapiens says:

    I made it last night n I can't tell u how awesome it turned out..my husband loved it so so much that he ate the whole dish licking his fingers and praising me..he used to be a better cook than me.. thank you soooooooo much chef..u have made me a better cook than him now lol..keep up the good work πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

  4. Humera khan says:

    I am from Saudi Arabia ..no kadai masala

  5. Baisakhi Dutta says:

    sir what r the ingredients to make karai masala

  6. Ankush Shewale says:

    bahoat maza aaaya re baba……;-] it's very good that people like you helping us to improve ourselves in area of cooking.#APPRECIATE you sir.

  7. Dillip Biswal says:


  8. Mohammed SH says:

    Thank you

  9. Krishnakumar Ramachandran says:

    Guru ji I cooked this for my friend visit to my place was very awesome
    kindly help to upload mutton kuruma cooked with coconut milk

  10. Mohammed Roman Shaikh says:

    Sir what is the substitute of kadai masala…..

  11. uzma khan says:

    You are such an amazing cook . I'm surely gonna try this tonight Inshallah . Love from pakistan

  12. Somnath Bhowmick says:

    wo powder masala mixtures kya tha sir ji ?

  13. Kanganakedar Chapekar says:

    πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹ 🐐

  14. Ananya Panwar says:

    Chef , why have you not used garlic in this dish?

  15. John Eitel III says:

    Oh My GOD!!!!! I need to eat curry………RIGHT BLOODY NOW!

  16. groovysoca says:

    I cooked this and used some Kerala masala I had left over from one of your other recipes and it turned out fantastic

  17. theva nayagi says:

    super easy … I'm trying this today 😊 thank you chef

  18. Amulya Kovuru says:

    I made this curry today and wow it tastes soo yumm.. Thank you for this simple and delicious recipe

  19. rashmi satish says:

    Good one . . Thanks for sharing

  20. Natasha Bajaj says:

    Pls give measures as well

  21. Kim Runic says:

    Vah chef rules

  22. The TRUTH says:

    I like ur recipees and I had tried ur recipees they always come out good.
    today I tried ur recipee hydrabadi dum biryani.n got compliments.afterall my teacher is cooking sucha delicious dishes.Thanks.

  23. Anjna G says:

    I can't believe there is no garlic in this recipe.

  24. Anjna G says:

    when did you put ginger garlic paste? it is not even in your ingredients or in the written recipe.

  25. SRGifts says:

    Love you VahChef thanks for the delicious recipes.

  26. sundar mann says:

    I didn't see you add any water..!!

  27. exclusive cotton House says:

    very good

  28. Mohammed Farhathullah Khan says:

    awesome Mr. Sanjay Thumma πŸ˜€

  29. cognac c says:

    when did the ginger garlic go in???I'm kinda lost here

  30. Fatoma Lebanon says:

    u are best

  31. theinkbrain says:

    Did I miss seeing the ingredients for the kadai masala?

  32. Ambrine Chacko says:

    I so love your recipes

  33. Gopal Ramakrishnan says:

    Shall I try this recipe with chicken?

  34. Satish Nambiar says:

    how did i miss this one for so long. enjoyed cooking. what a stress buster.

  35. Vipin Rahul says:

    i want that now

  36. Abdul Hanief says:

    awesome …

  37. Fasahath Ali says:

    can I use Everest meat masala instead of Kadhai masala

  38. Man Mohan Sharma says:

    I tried it today and it came very nice. Thanks for making my today's dinner special.

  39. kulsuma akter says:

    you not use jinger / garlic

  40. Catherine Combalicer says:

    Mr. Vahchef, isn't it get meat become tough meat wen u fry it first?

  41. sb mm says:

    this is one of the best kadai…I tried

  42. Sana Abbasi says:

    I need some help in cooking

  43. boom shakalaka says:

    I am an indian student living abroad and this show is a life-saver. Thank you!

  44. sayema qazi says:

    U r always so awsome …. all your recepies i have tried came out excellent in taste …. mmmmmm….. vah chef rocks

  45. sarita19feb says:

    i made it today, it was superb. mutton lover hubby in love with the recipe.
    thank u chef.

  46. Xyz Abc says:

    bloody hell, made it 2say, smells awful… had to give it away

  47. Nivedita Bhowmik says:

    Nowadays, am only cooking all my Indian dishes from your videos… and all the results are just mind blowing… Your recipes are very easy and take such less time and here in the USA, where time runs so fast, it's really really helpful!!! You are a rockstar!!!

  48. Rehan super sir thank you Sayed says:

    sooo yami sooooo good super πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜œπŸ˜œπŸ˜œ

  49. Akash Rajput says:

    big fan of you sir…. πŸ™‚

  50. TheSidhwandona says:

    If we cook it in pressure cooker how much water need to be added in before we close the lid.

  51. TheSidhwandona says:

    It is hard to get mutton in Scotland can we make same dish with lamb?

  52. Kiran Sheikh says:

    always zaberdust

  53. Ruksana Begum says:


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  55. Muniba Ansari says:

    sir plz give the ingredients(with quantity) of kadai masala.i m gonna make it by today and will upload the feedback too,it looks real yum 😊

  56. Sujay Mukherjee says:

    for a moment i thought it was a lizard crawling out of ur dress…. but anyway….the recipe was great…

  57. Dulu Banik says:

    recipe is OK but ur dance and face expressions at excellent super πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  58. Sarwat Mansoor says:

    awesome πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

  59. tarannum fatima says:

    fanugri leaves…from where i shuld get

  60. MegaLotusEater says:

    My onions and tomatoes didnt disappear !

  61. shona bushra says:

    i made this today.everyone liked it.my sister for a while couldn't believe that i made it.This was the first time I cooked non-vegetarian.
    but i had to add water in between to get the consistency as shown in video.this dish made my day thank u guru ji.πŸ˜ƒ

  62. Winnie Raj says:

    I made this dish today and everyone ate it all up. I have no leftovers. Thank you sooooo much for making this video. This recipe is delicious!!! πŸ™‚

  63. Sharmila Chakraverty says:

    What is the "Kadai Masala"? How do you make that or what's in it? Where can I get it? Does it come in a packet at any Indian groceries? Thanks.

  64. Tazeem Ismail says:

    This is my go to recipe – never fails. It makes such an impression to the diners!

  65. Krishna D says:

    I prepared this cuy today
    It turned out very tasty thank you
    Happy cooking πŸ‘πŸΌ

  66. athul tom joseph says:

    this is the best and simple mutton kadai.

  67. John Christie says:

    rajinikanth love this

  68. Anak ng Meming Paratut ning Mexico says:

    I'm a filipino and i love mutton kadai with porotta or roti..

  69. ravi rawat says:

    so funny , why we are calling this dish .kadhai gosht ??

  70. Hatim H. says:

    great recipe, it was easy and turned out delicious.

  71. Rakesh Jaidka says:

    Authentic and delicious

  72. D Shrestha says:

    Look gross

  73. Mohammed Ayan says:


  74. Ruksana Beg says:

    Is this not required ginger + garlic paste ???

  75. Indian Tasty Recipes says:


  76. Nargis nasir says:

    Love from Pakistan. I ll try this recipe in sha Allah…

  77. Sunil Bhadauriya says:

    This guy is awesome. Also shows at the end of the video how to make your own Kadai Masala.

  78. Mahendra Jalwaniya says:

    Waaaaaaaoh so superb bro Waaaaaaaoh

  79. Amalia Dsouza says:

    Yummy. Tried n was a super hit

  80. slicker55 says:

    Hi, just to tell you that we tried this recipe tonight and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing so many authentic and interesting recipes πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ

  81. Deb 1 says:

    Chef can we brine the mutton with salt water?

  82. K B says:

    I really like the way you cook.I have cooked s many dishes .

  83. Shyamala Annie says:

    I like the way u njoy cooking eating and tempting us to eat. Haan …but after tasting plz wash yr hands dost…

  84. Debasis Adhikari says:

    how much onion and spices do i use to cook 20 lbs of goat meat, can you pl help

  85. Abhimanyu Singh says:

    love this dish, very easy and simple to make. one of my all time favourite.

  86. Mohammad Saud says:

    Indian ho to Hindi me banaya Karo videos …πŸ˜’πŸ˜’

  87. Ruksana Bygam says:

    very nice

  88. Dhairyasheel Patil says:

    would love to see you make a dance video chefπŸ˜€

  89. saurabh dasgupta says:

    I am going to try this. Looks so yummy. What would be the difference if I were to first fry the onions before adding the mutton, like most curries?

  90. saurabh dasgupta says:

    Is the fenugreek leaves the same as "Kasoori methi" ?

  91. hunnydarls says:

    This recipe never let's me down…my guests always love it

  92. Ayan Uddin says:

    I am eating it and it is very good
    So awesome

  93. MIR KHURSHEED says:

    Very good nice taste i like

  94. Moganaraj Kadarasen says:

    simple,tasty and economical..my family enjoy eat it with bread and capati.Thanks for the recipe

  95. fida momina says:

    New Subscriber! Love the way u enjoy while you cook ! That was funny though β€œjin chik jin chik β€œ

  96. Sundaresen Bhalasubramanean says:

    Amazing recipe! I tried it and I Loved it..

  97. Shazia Yousuf says:

    sir can u please tell me how to make kadhaai masala ?

  98. lozington95 says:

    Sanjay, thank you so much! I made 5 of you recipes today for my Mum's birthday and they were all so beautiful! Garlic Fry Dahl, Brinjal Curry, Tandoori Chicken, Butter Chicken, but this one stole the show….amazing recipes, thanks! Here in Stafford, UK , there are lots of Indian, Bangladeshi, Pakistani and Nepalese people who live here now and their food is so incredible, I grew up eating it and thanks to you I can cook it now (or try to at least!) and it has opened my mind to a whole new world of flavour! Keep doing what you're doing man!!!!!!!!

  99. Joel Menezes says:

    No ginger and garlic..??

  100. Syed Ahmed says:

    I like all videos

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