Achar Goshth or Achari Gosht is a wonderfully simple yet mouth watering recipe which hails from the Awadhi cuisine of Uttar Pradesh. Achar means pickle and gosht means meat, and generally goat or lamb is used to make this dish. Achar Goshth got its name due to the presence of Achar or pickling flavours in it like onion seeds, mustard seeds, fennel and fenugreek seeds, which are key ingredients for most Indian pickles.
Ustad Banne Nawab's
Ustad Banne Nawab's spices come from one of the greatest foodie destinations of India - Hyderabad. The city enjoys a rich cultural and culinary heritage, and Ustad (which means 'Master' or 'Expert') is one of the city's leading traditional spice merchants. They have created a stunning variety of 'ready-to-cook' spices for many well known Indian dishes as well as typical Hyderabadi delicacies. Simply mix and cook with only a couple of ingredients to create an authentic experience. No need to add ginger, garlic, tomatoes, onions or any other spices! Ustad's spices do not contain artificial preservatives, colours, MSG or any meat based products.
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Best Before Date: 31st Dec 2019
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