Patiala Shahi Gosht (or Mutton Patiala) is a lamb stew with juicy pieces of mutton simmered in a light sauce with onions, tomatoes, and mild spice, traditionally cooked in a handi. “Shahi Gosht” here means royal mutton, shahi means royal and gosht translated in English is mutton. And since this recipe came from the Royal House of Patiala, it is called “Patiala shahi gosht”. It tastes best when made with Zappfresh Mutton Curry Cut.
This Patiala Shahi Keema Gosht is a minced meat curry where the keema has been simmered in a sauce of tomato, onion, ginger and a handful of whole spices. This recipe is loosely based on Patiala Shahi Gosht where lamb is stewed in a similar gravy, a recipe from the royal house of Patiala. This mildly spicy is perfect to go with rice or paranthas, making it a meal fit for the kings.