Simple Mutton Curry
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Author swetha_kondapalli Yield No Value
Published Oct 21, 2009 Cooking Time 25 Minutes
Recipe Type Non Veg-Main Preparation Time 20 Minutes
Ingredient Lamb Standing Time 25 Minutes
Description: This is an easy recipe cooked stove top and in a pressure cooker.

Recipe of Simple Mutton Curry

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Whole Garam Masla 2 Tablespoons
Water 1 Cup
Corriendor Powder 1 1/2 Tablespoons
Salt 2 Tablespoons
Red Chilli Powder 3 Teaspoons
Ginger Garlic Paste 2 Tablespoons
Tomatoes 3 Numbers
Big Onion 1 Numbers
Fresh Baby Goat 2 Pound
Coconut Powder 2 Tablespoons
Kaju Powder 3 Tablespoons
Cilantro 1 Bunch
Oil 3 Tablespoons

Directions

1.Take a heavy bottomed Cooker and Pour oil in it. 2. When the oil is heated add the finely chopped onions 3. Add a pinch of salt so that the onion will get cooked quickly(Golden Brown) 4. Add finely diced tomatoes and let it cook completely with onion 5. Add Ginger Garlic paste and let it cook for 2 mins 6. Add the Cleaned Baby Goat to this mixture 7. Let it cook for 5 min 8. Add the Red Chili Powder,Salt,Corriendor powder and mix well 9.Add some water and cover the cooker with a lid and keep it on a medium flame 10. If the mutton is tender it will take around 6 whistles if not more 11. Check if the mutton is totally cooked. 12.Add some whole garam masala with kaju powder and coconut powder and mix the curry well 13. Add some water if required and let the curry cook with all masalas for about 3-5 min in a low flame 14. Garnish the curry with Cilantro and serve hot with Plane Rice.

Recipe Tips

do not over cook the mutton.
Posted Oct 21, 2009

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1 Comments

Kishore Mar 17, 2013
Great great recipe.

We are all a huge fan of Goat curry as that's what we ate from childhood.

But this recipe helped me introduce Goat to my Autralian mates and they all loved this to death. This may even help Goat meat become popular in Aus.

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