Reviewing the Meaty, Earthy Secrets: Kunna Gosht Masala
Written By Store Hopper
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The name Kunna means clay pot in Punjabi. Originating from the Chiniot district in the state of Punjab, Pakistan,; Kunna is a heavy meat dish with several spices adding flavor to the tender mutton. The dish is served with hot naan and is enjoyed heartily throughout the subcontinent.
My Top 3 Picks
Shan Kunna Gosht
Shan Kunna mix helps in the recreation of the distinctive ethnic flavor of Chiniot, a unique, exquisite, and velvety traditional Curry.
National Kunna Masala
National Kunna Masala has neither preservatives nor artificial flavoring. I found it to be milder to my taste buds. Although, it did make a delicious, pot of mutton Kunna, and everyone did love it in my family.
Mehran Kunna / Matka
Mehran Kunna/ Matka a is a low-cost option, however, I think the flavor is subpar and uninteresting. Compared to other brands, it is frequently unavailable, and the packaging is subpar.
Things I Look for Before Buying Kunna Gosht Masala
Secured, airtight packaging is essential! I ensure that the package I pay for is air-tight for freshness and flavorful results.
Some of these brands offer sub-par packaging that ruins the mixed spices before the expiry date is due and may cause serious health issues.
How long can you store Kunna gosht masala?
You can keep Kunna Gosht Masala for up to 6 months.