1. Place the freshly brought goat in a large bowl and add 3 tbsp sunflower oil, some garlic and one tablespoon salt. Mix all the spice properly along with the meat. You also need to check that the spices have covered the goat evenly. Further, cover the meat for 30 minutes at room temperature.
2. The second thing that you need to do is to warm the oil in a pressure cooker at medium heat. Add all the fenugreek seed along with the cinnamon stick, star anise and dried chilli pepper only after the oil heats up. Wait and see how the colour starts developing further, wait for 6 to 7 minutes. After a while, the spices get mixed up. Stir for some time and see how the fenugreek turns its colour into dark brown.
3. Now, it is the time to add the onions. Further, wait for 3 minutes. Make sure that the spices mix up properly. You will experience a strong fragrance once the spices get blended. This is the time to add the meat in the cooker. Slowly see how the goat starts turning brown. Your Himalayan goat curry recipe is getting ready now. Stir in 2 tsp salt, turmeric, cumin, garlic coriander, curry powder and bay leaf. While stirring occasionally, keep the cooker uncovered for 10 minutes.
4. Besides, roast tomatoes and add some green chillies, water and ½ teaspoon of the salt in a blender and check whether the puree is dense or not, the thicker the tomato puree, the tastier your goat curry. Now, slowly transfer the mixture into the pressure cooker where the meat is being cooked. Further, lock the pressure cooker for 10 minutes and turn off the heat. After 5 minutes, carefully open the lid and remove the dried chilli peppers and cinnamon stick.
5. You homemade Himalayan Goat Curry is ready to be served, ship the hot goat and the sauce to a platter or a serving bowl and enjoy the ultimate Himalayan Goat Curry with your loved ones.