Sunday, September 13, 2015

MALABAR MUTTON RECIPES - MUTTON CURRY

MALABAR MUTTON CURRY / LAMB RECIPES

Mutton curry/goat curry with authentic Kerala spices is a flavorful and inviting mutton recipe that pairs best with steamed rice, chapati,  appam or ghee rice. Some recipe for mutton especially kerala recipes are full of flavors with an authentic taste. Yummy recipes can change our mood within no time and this easy recipe with mutton can make your dinner meal or lunch meal more delectable.  Try this easy, spicy Kerala mutton curry that can be made in a flash of time. Here is the recipe showing how to make curry goat /Kerala mutton curry / yummy easy dinners.


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INGREDIENTS

Mutton                  - 1 kg
Onion                   - 4 nos, sliced
Green chilly         - 3 nos
Tomato                -2 nos, medium, chopped
Ginger, Garlic  crushed    -2 tbsp
Fennel seed powder (perum jeerakam)   -1 tsp
Turmeric powder      -1 tsp
Coriander powder    -2 tbsp
Red chilly powder     -1 tbsp (i used less hot kashmir chili powder)
Pepper powder         -1 tbsp
Salt
Oil (preferably coconut oil)
Coriander leaves
Small onions

PREPARATION

  • Heat coconut oil in a cooker and when hot, add sliced onion to it.
  • Saute for a while and add green chilies, crushed ginger garlic and perum jeerakam powder (fennel seed powder) to it.
  • Again saute for few minutes and then add sliced tomato.
  • Close the lid for a while and now add the cleaned mutton to it.
  • Mix well and cook for some time.
  • Now add turmeric powder, coriander powder, chilly powder, pepper powder, and salt.
  • Mix well and close the lid.
  • After 4 whistles switch off the flame, let it stay for few minutes.
  • Then open the lid and cook for some more minutes to make the curry thick.
  • Heat oil in a frying pan and saute few sliced small onions(shallots) and when done put some curry leaves and coriander leaves.
  • Pour it over the curry.
  • Serve hot with ghee rice, chapati or dosa.
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