How to Cook South Indian Style Mutton Curry

by Sejuti Gupta

Supplies

  • 1 Mutton pieces(with bone)
  • Onions
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • Coconut
  • Oil
  • Chilli powder
  • Turmeric powder
  • Coriander powder
  • Ginger garlic paste
  • Salt
  • Fresh green chilli
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Onion get sacrificed under the knife...hehe I mean chop onion n mint

    Step 2

    Let's keep coriander and fresh coconut ready

    Step 3

    Put some oil in a pan and the chopped onions , let me quickly throw in some green chillies

    Step 4

    Add the fried onions in the mixer, a spoonful of ginger garlic paste, and fresh coriander(lots again)... Zee err zeeeerr goes my blender

    Step 5

    Gooyee green paste, this is mainly because of the coriander

    Step 6

    Heat a pan and add oil....add whole garam masala.....trust me a sweet smell will fill your room

    Step 7

    Add in the green paste WARNING🔥🔥 it will spurt a lot so put the flame on low

    Step 8

    A spoonful of red chilli powder... Gonna be hot

    Step 9

    And salt to taste.....don't go by the pic and don't add so much salt,,I did this just for the pic

    Step 10

    some amount of turmeric...in you go

    Step 11

    Fresh mint cleaned and if you want can chop them a bit and add it to the gravy...let it boil for some time on low flame...and this it the great time to get the mutton ready

    Step 12

    I bought mutton from local butcher shop, fresh cut and all I had to do is clean it Muah😘😘

    Step 13

    Clean then what are you waiting for, add them to the gravy

    Step 14

    Hmmmm looks tempting, let it fry for sometime and keep mixing at intervals

    Step 15

    Remember the coconut in slide 2 it's time for them to go in the mixer... Zee eer zee err Done ok add then

    Step 16

    Add fresh tomato purée...

    Step 17

    Mutton is a very tough meat to soften, so be generous with the water. It is best with steamed rice so you would like to keep it in gravy form after it is cooked, so more water

    Step 18

    Cover the lid let it pressure cook for sometime...3-4 whistles should do the job of making the mutton tender

    Step 19

    TADA💁💁 done

    Step 20

    I was so hungry so couldn't show you the awesome look when it is combined with steamed rice It's a million dollar combination

    Step 21

    Enjoy this traditional south Indian style mutton Please leave your comment about the awesome compliments that you get when you call your friends and family for lunch/dinner on this

    Step 22

    Follow me if you like it...comment,like or any suggestion on this dish ENJOY😃