|Main ingredients Goat meat||Main ingredient Goat meat|
|Similar Karahi, Keema, Butter chicken, Korma, Chicken karahi|
Karara bhuna gosht ramadan recipe
Gosht refers to tender meat, cooked for a long time, and used as an ingredient in a number of Indian and Middle Eastern dishes. Several South Asian languages have adopted the Persian word gosht گوشت (also spelled ghosht), meaning "meat" or "flesh", especially that of goat.
In India, most gosht dishes include goat or mutton. In India the term "mutton" is more likely to refer to the meat of a goat rather than that of an adult sheep, as it does elsewhere in the English-speaking world. When Indian dishes are adapted for Western diners, lamb is the meat most often used in the adaptation. This has led to a common misconception that gosht means "lamb".
As the Hindu religion prohibits eating beef, and Islam prohibits the eating of pork, Indian gosht is traditionally made with goat meat.
The popular Indian subcontinental dish of Biryani as well as the Afghan dish of Biryan use Gosht as a primary ingredient.
Some dishes include: