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MDH Achari Gosht Masala Spice Mix for Indian Achari Dish, 3.5 oz (100g)

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Achari Gosht Masala is an Indian Achari dish that features lamb, pickle flavoring, fenugreek, and onion. The word Achari means pickle, and Gosht means red meat. Indian pickle or achari is different from the western idea of a pickle in that it does not include vinegar. Instead, vegetables are mixed and layered in with carefully curated ground spices and oil. In this mix, lamb is suggested as the red meat - however, any meat may be used! Achari Gosht is spicy, as any pickle would be, and features a delicious masala spices seasoning. Hailing from North India, Achari Gosht is rumored to have come to existence when a chef decided to combine achari and meat together to make this dish! Enjoy with naan or roti!

Heat 80g oil and fry 4 teaspoon ginger garlic paste for 5 minutes. Then add 500g cubed meat and cook for 15 minutes. Add 200g of finely chopped tomatoes and 20g Achari Gosht masala, cook until tomatoes are soft. Then add 150g natural yogurt, a little at a time while stirring. Add 2 cups of water and simmer until the meat is cooked and curry reaches its consistency. Season with salt as needed, and sprinkle with some methi. Fry slightly slit green chillies stuffed with achari masala and adorn. Serves 3-4 people

MDH is the second largest spice producer in India. Founded in 1919 by Mahashay Chunni Lal Gulati, MDH is dedicated to bringing the best quality of Indian spices to the market. At the age of 96, he himself makes rounds at each of the spice factories, markets, and dealers to check for quality.

  • Ingredients: Coriander, white salt, fennel, red chilli, musk melon, tuermeric, fenugreek seeds, mustard, nigella, dehydrated unripe mango, cumin powder, black pepper, cloves, star anise. Contains mustard.
  • Facts: Product of India

Achari Gosht Masala is an Indian Achari dish that features lamb, pickle flavoring, fenugreek, and onion. The word Achari means pickle, and Gosht means red meat. Indian pickle or achari is different from the western idea of a pickle in that it does not include vinegar. Instead, vegetables are mixed and layered in with carefully curated ground spices and oil. In this mix, lamb is suggested as the red meat - however, any meat may be used! Achari Gosht is spicy, as any pickle would be, and features a delicious masala spices seasoning. Hailing from North India, Achari Gosht is rumored to have come to existence when a chef decided to combine achari and meat together to make this dish! Enjoy with naan or roti!

Heat 80g oil and fry 4 teaspoon ginger garlic paste for 5 minutes. Then add 500g cubed meat and cook for 15 minutes. Add 200g of finely chopped tomatoes and 20g Achari Gosht masala, cook until tomatoes are soft. Then add 150g natural yogurt, a little at a time while stirring. Add 2 cups of water and simmer until the meat is cooked and curry reaches its consistency. Season with salt as needed, and sprinkle with some methi. Fry slightly slit green chillies stuffed with achari masala and adorn. Serves 3-4 people

MDH is the second largest spice producer in India. Founded in 1919 by Mahashay Chunni Lal Gulati, MDH is dedicated to bringing the best quality of Indian spices to the market. At the age of 96, he himself makes rounds at each of the spice factories, markets, and dealers to check for quality.

  • Ingredients: Coriander, white salt, fennel, red chilli, musk melon, tuermeric, fenugreek seeds, mustard, nigella, dehydrated unripe mango, cumin powder, black pepper, cloves, star anise. Contains mustard.
  • Facts: Product of India
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