Mutton Karahi (also referred to as kosha mangsho, lamb curry or goat curry is a dish that is prepared from goat meat (or sometimes lamb meat ). Mutton karahi dish is found in different variations across all states, countries and regions of South Asia.
The Dish was originally prepared putting all the ingredients together in a earthen pot and slow cooking the whole curry by wood fire on a clay oven. Today it is cooked using pressure cookers and slow cookers after briefly sautéing all the ingredients and spices in a big wok. The slow cooked mutton becomes more tender than normally cooked mutton. This Dish is generally served with rice or with Indian breads, such as naan or parotta. The dish can also be served with ragi, a cereal.