Indian Food : Mutton Curry Recipe | Food Tours India

Indian #Food : Mutton Curry #Recipe

#Mutton Curry

#Curries vary across India. They are made from different ingredients – the most common chicken, eggs, #mutton, fish, prawns and also vegetables. Generally #curry means sauce in south India. They are made using a combination of yogurt and also sometimes coconut milk. They are served either wet or dry.

Items required for making the curry:

Cubed pieces of mutton – 500 grams

Chop 5 onions

Make paste of ginger and garlic in one cup of water

Now the whole spices – half a teaspoon chilli powder; 1 teaspoon green chili paste, 1 tablespoon coriander powder; half teaspoon turmeric powder; half a cup tomato puree

You should also have 2 cups – yogurt

8 black peppercorns and 8 cloves

1 tsp. – cumin seeds; 1 cup of fresh coriander leaves finely chopped

Half a cup of oil and salt to taste

Cooking mutton curry:

First the cubes of the meat have to be flattened
Now mix the flattened cubes in yogurt using salt, turmeric, chilli powder and coriander powder.
Now arrange half the onions in a pressure cooker at the bottom
Next you need to arrange the meat pieces along with yogurt mixture on top of the onions
Now sprinkle the ginger garlic paste over the meat and also lay the rest of the onions and add the whole spices
Now add 2 cups of hot water and pressure cooker it until is it done
Remove from the pressure cooker and cook till gravy is thick and then add tomato puree along with the oil and sauté till oil separates
Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot.

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