Best Mutton Curry Recipe | Lumb Curry | Yummy Food Recipes By, 2015-09-24 Best Mutton Curry Recipe | Lumb Curry | Yummy Food Recipes Spicy Indian Mutton Curry is a delicious dish and tastes good with rotis. Follow the easy preparation of lamb curry and try it for your family members if you have not tried yet. Prep Time: 30min Cook time: 55min Ingredients: 500gmsMutton,2Onions,2Tomatoes,3 tablespoonsGinger garlic paste,Oilfor frying,1 inchCinnamon stick,3Cloves,2Bay leaves,1/2 tablespoonFennel seeds,10Curry leaves,½ tablespoonTurmeric powder2 tablespoonsRed chili powde½ tablespoonCoriander powder½ tablespoonBlack pepper1 cup choppedCoriander leaves, Instructions: Take a pan and add 1 tablespoon of oil to it Saute onions till they become golden brown color Add tomatoes to it and fry them for 5 minutes Remove them from heat and cool it for about 10 minutes Grind tomatoes and onions into smooth paste and keep aside Place a pressure cooker on low flame and add oil to it Add the ground paste and fry for about 2 minutes Add ginger garlic paste to it and fry it till the raw smell goes off Add mutton pieces and mix it well Fry for about 10 minutes on medium flame Add red chili powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, black pepper powder, salt to it Fry for 5 minutes and water. Stir it well so that all the ingredients are mixed well Close the lid of the cooker and pressure cook it for about 5 minutes till you get 4 whistles Off the flame and remove the lid after all the pressure from the cooker goes away Keep it aside Add remaining oil in a pan and fry cloves, cinnamon, bay leaves, fennel seeds and curry leaves. Let them sputter and add this to pressure cooked gravy Boil it for few minutes and remove it from heat Garnish with coriander leaves and serve it with roti or rice. Goat meat has a flavor that is delicious and tastes good. Add drumstick for more taste. This meat is considered to be good for heart. Advantages of Goat meat.

Know How to Make Spicy Indian Mutton Curry

Know How to Make Spicy Indian Mutton Curry

Try this Tasty Mutton Curry by including all the spices to prepare the dish. As mutton generally needs slow cooking on low heat, try to cook it for a long time for better taste. It is not only a mouth-watering dish but also makes you feel that you had a hearty meal for the day. 

Ingredients

  • 500gmsMutton
  • 2Onions
  • 2Tomatoes
  • 3 tablespoonsGinger garlic paste
  • Oilfor frying
  • 1 inchCinnamon stick
  • 3Cloves
  • 2Bay leaves
  • 1/2 tablespoonFennel seeds
  • 10Curry leaves
  • ½ tablespoonTurmeric powder2 tablespoonsRed chili powde½ tablespoonCoriander powder½ tablespoonBlack pepper1 cup choppedCoriander leaves

Directions

  • Take a pan and add 1 tablespoon of oil to it
  • Saute onions till they become golden brown color
  • Add tomatoes to it and fry them for 5 minutes
  • Remove them from heat and cool it for about 10 minutes
  • Grind tomatoes and onions into smooth paste and keep aside
  • Place a pressure cooker on low flame and add oil to it
  • Add the ground paste and fry for about 2 minutes
  • Add ginger garlic paste to it and fry it till the raw smell goes off
  • Add mutton pieces and mix it well
  • Fry for about 10 minutes on medium flame
  • Add red chili powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, black pepper powder, salt to it
  • Fry for 5 minutes and water. Stir it well so that all the ingredients are mixed well
  • Close the lid of the cooker and pressure cook it for about 5 minutes till you get 4 whistles
  • Off the flame and remove the lid after all the pressure from the cooker goes away
  • Keep it aside
  • Add remaining oil in a pan and fry cloves, cinnamon, bay leaves, fennel seeds and curry leaves. Let them sputter and add this to pressure cooked gravy
  • Boil it for few minutes and remove it from heat
  • Garnish with coriander leaves and serve it with roti or rice.

Goat meat has a flavor that is delicious and tastes good. Add drumstick for more taste. This meat is considered to be good for heart. Advantages of Goat meat.

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