Khasi ko Bhutan | Nepali | Fried Goat Meat |


Khasi ko Bhutan directly translates to “Fried Mutton” or “Fried Goat Meat.” Traditionally, khasi ko Bhutan was popular during Dashain as due to economic factors Khasi or Mutton was only eaten during Dashain. Though, due to higher income level, now average household in Kathmandu can afford this dish once in a month, if not a week.

Bhutan is mostly eaten with beaten rice then with plain rice. Even today Nepalese prefer to serve Khasi ko Bhutan to their guests as this dish is still considered to be special. Here is an easy recipe to cook Khasi ko Bhutan. If you know more information about Khasi ko Bhutan and its origin let us know.

  • Details

    • Recipe type: Side Dish | Appetizer |
    • Cuisine: Nepali
    • Serves: 4-5 servings
    • Prep time: 15 minutes
    • Cook time: 30 minutes
    • Total time: 45 minutes
  • Ingredients

    • 500 gm Mutton bhutaan
    • 30 ml mustard oil
    • Salt as preferred
    • ½ cumin powder
    • Red cilli powder as preferred
    • 1 tbsp ginger and garlic paste
    • ½ tbsp. meat masala
    • 100 gm onion chopped
    • 100 gm tomatoes
    • Handful of coriander
    • Green chillies as per required
    • ¼ tbsp. of turmeric powder or as per required

Instructions

  1. Clean the innards and boil for 10 minutes
  2. Allow it to cool and then cut them into small pieces
  3. Heat the oil in the pan
  4. Fry the innards pieces in the pan
  5. After 8-10 mins, add cumin powder , red cilli powder, meat masala and ginger garlic paste
  6. Stir well by adding salt chopped green coriander, onions, tomato and cook it for few more minutes and its ready to serve

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