Goat curry is basically small cuts of goat slow-cooked or pressure-cooked in a gravy made with onions, tomatoes, garlic, and aromatic spices. There are as many varieties of goat curries in India as there are dialects and more. That is to say that there is no one way of making it. The goat curry recipe I am sharing today combines a Punjabi goat curry, a Bengali goat curry, and a Kerala goat curry to make this delicious fusion of a dish. The meat becomes fall off the bone tender and juicy and it’s so flavorful that the whole house starts smelling like a fancy Indian restaurant.
Mutton often refers to goat meat instead of sheep and it is cooked in numerous delicious ways. This simple yet delicious version of mutton or goat curry is also easy to put together and you can use goat meat or sheep.
Indian Style goat curry is a delicious meat curry with tender pieces of goat meat cooked with yogurt and aromatic spices. To make this north indian style goat curry recipe, you need no marination or any fancy ingredients. Serve it with steamed basmati rice, roti, parathas or naan for a soul warming indian meal.