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Lamb meat is very liked among people belonging to Baluchistan, Pakistan. Lamb Rosh or Mutton Rosh is originally developed by the Baluchistan people, but now it is very popular all over Pakistan. Due to its pleasant taste and organic way of cooking Rosh is one of the healthiest foods. In this recipe, very less ingredients are being used. You can make and enjoy it at Eid events, Different parties, and other occasions and serve it to your friends and family. This recipe is very suitable for the winter season because it helps you remain safe from the cold. After Baluchistan, it is also very popular in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa also and people mostly like to make Rosh with mutton or lamb on the 1st day of Eid ul Adha. They also serve it in family occasions like gatherings, parties, wedding functions, etc.
Let’s see the Ingredients and start cooking!
- Lamb meat: 2kg (cut into medium pieces)
- Lamb Fat: 150 gm
- Salt: as required
- Cinnamon stick: 1 inch
- Black peppercorns: 10-12
- Whole tomatoes: 2
- Ginger: 1-inch piece
- Onion: 1 large (peeled)
- Green chilies: 4-5
- Wash and rinse lamb and rub salt over it. Remain aside for an hour, all excess water will drain out from the meat. Then wash with water to remove the salt.
- Cut the piece of fat into small pieces.
- Take a skillet, spread a layer of fat pieces in the bottom of the skillet, then spread a layer of lamb meat.
- Spread over the peeled onion, whole tomatoes, cinnamon, ginger, green chilies, and black pepper.
- Add 3 cups of water, cover the lid and seal it with some kind of dough like dough made of flour.
- Cook on medium-low flame for at least one hour.
- Turn off the flame, uncover it and cook on medium-high flame for 15 minutes.
- When the little amount of soup is remaining and the oil separates finely then it is ready to serve. Garnish with green chilies and coriander leaves and serve hot with rice or chapati.
Enjoy your yummy and healthy food, but there is one thing that you are forgetting, yes, just take a nice photo of mutton Rosh made by you and share it in the comments section below!