Dabba Gosht

What is unique about Dabba Gosht?

A succulent, melt in the mouth, quintessential food recipe – Dabba Gosht is typically a spicy baked mutton curry prepared using boneless meat sandwiched between vegetables, macaroni and egg layers

A signature dish of the Indian city of Mumbai, the dish derived its name from the use of a ‘Dabba ‘ or aluminium tin box in which the meat is typically baked !!

Ingredients for making Dabba Gosht

Boneless Meat – 1/2 kg
Pure Ghee – 3-4 tablespoons
Onion – 1 finely sliced
Ginger garlic paste – 1 tablespoon
Peppercorns – 2-3 whole corns
Green Chillies – 2 finely sliced
Tomato sauce – 2 tablespoons
Cumin Powder – 1 teaspoon
Salt – to taste
Tomato – 2 finely sliced
Capsicum – 1 finely sliced
Coriander – 6-8 twigs finely chopped
Eggs -3
Boiled Egg – 1
Macaroni – 100 gm, boiled

Ingredients for White Sauce –

Refined flour – 1 tablespoon
Butter -1 tablespoon
Milk – 1 cup

Method to make Dabba Gosht

Boil the boneless meat along with ginger garlic paste, salt, onion, green chillies and a few peppercorns

Strain the meat and keep this meat stock aside to use for making the white sauce

Prepare the white sauce by dry roasting the refined flour on low heat for 2-3 minutes and then adding in the butter and meat stock and giving the ingredients a good mix

Keep stirring the ingredients until the sauce attains a thick consistency

Now add in the cumin powder, tomato sauce, capsicum, coriander leaves, boiled macaroni and the meat

Take a thick bottomed Dabba or aluminium tin
Smear and spread some ghee on the inside of the tin
Line the inner walls of the Dabba or tin box with aluminium foil or parchment paper leaving extra foil to cover the dish well up from the top

 
Drizzle and spread some ghee along with the inner tin
Beat one egg and spread it onto the bottom of the tin

 
Now add the meat mixture and spread it along to form a layer above the beaten egg
Line the meat layer with the next layer of sliced boiled egg and sliced tomatoes

 
Now beat the 2 remaining eggs and spread them on top of the layer of chopped tomatoes

 
In the end, add the hot ghee from over the top and seal the Dabba with the rest of the aluminium foil
Place the Dabba in the oven and leave it to vajr at 200-degree centigrade for 15 minutes

 
At the end of baking, turn the Dabba upside down onto a plate and remove the extra aluminium foil

 
Serve this sumptuous Dabba gosht garnished with vegetables and lettuce

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