Dum Pukht is a slow cooking technique where food is cooked in a sealed vessel. Dum means “to breathe” and Pukht means “to cook”. Lucknowi Nawabs used this technique of cooking and the Lucknowi dum cooked recipes like their biryani is quite popular.
Dum Pukht Gosht is a mouthwatering mutton recipe where marinated mutton is cooked slowly in a sealed vessel. Different spices like black cardamom, green cardamom, pepper, cloves etc add a burst of flavour to the tender, falling of the bone mutton.
Patience is the key to cooking the Dum Pukht Ghost to perfection. Mutton needs time to marinade well and also you need to seal the vessel you are cooking the mutton in properly so that the steam does not escape and you get the best aromatic flavourful Dum Pukht Gosht.
Try our other Mutton Recipes:
- Keeme Ja Bhalla Recipe – Sindhi Mutton Keema Balls In Gravy
- Rajasthani Hari Mirch Ka Maas Recipe
- Arbi Gosht Masala Recipe – Mutton Arbi Curry In Electric Pressure Cooker