A steaming bowlful of tariwala gosht with tandoori roti served on a rickety table at a no frills dhabba (roadside home cooked stalls) near Ambala is the essence of India and Pakistan.
Tariwala gosht is very much part of everyday Indian home cooking too and a basic curry that most households make. This can be made with chicken, mutton or lamb. Legend has it that Punjabi Tariwala curry is the grandma of all curries. This is purported to be the oldest curry recipe in the world. The flavours, the vibrant colour of the dish, served with tandoori roti or naan is a thing of beauty.
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