This recipes is purely traditional which is made in some parts of Karnataka. Mutton curry is delicious served with hot plain rice, chapatis, idly, dosa, and tastes best with ragi ball. This is obviously for those who like a spice in their dishes. This dishes can be easily made in pressure cooker.
onion 11/4 sliced
coriander powder 2tablespoon
chilli powder 1teaspoon
salt to taste
Fresh coriander leaves 2teaspoon
method for cooking mutton curry
Clean and wash the mutton pieces thoroughly and keep it aside.
Heat 1tsp oil in pan, on medium heat.
When hot add 1 onion, ginger, garlic, cloves and cinnamon. sauté till the onion begin to turn pale golden brown in color. Turn off heat and cool it , grind to fine paste in a food processor.
Now grind coconut, chilli powder, coriander powder, into fine paste, in food processor, remove into separate container and keep aside.
Heat 3tsp oil in a pressure cooker , add 1/4 onion and sauté till light pink. Add tomato sauté for 2 to3 minutes.
Now add mutton pieces, season with salt to taste and sauté till mutton is browned well.
Add grinded onion masala, coconut paste and mix well. Then finally add chopped fresh coriander leaves and water.
Cover lid of cooker and cook over medium heat till pressure released five times.
Remove from heat and let pressure reduce. Check if mutton is thoroughly cooked. If not switch on the gas and let it cook on medium flame till mutton is cooked.
You may add additional water if you want more gravy.
serve hot with plain rice, chapatis, it tastes best with Ragi ball.
This is another delicious curry cooked in green gravy.
green chillies 4to5
coriander powder 1 teaspoon
mint leaves 1/2 bunch
coriander leaves 1/2 cup
pepper 1/2 teaspoon
grated dry coconut 2 table spoon
salt to taste,/LI>
oil 2 tsp
Clean and wash the mutton pieces thoroughly and keep aside.
Take a food processor jar add 1 onion, ginger, garlic, clove, cinnamon, dry coconut, pepper, grind to fine paste and keep aside.
Now grind mint leaves, coriander leaves, green chilli, and coriander powder in food processor, this becomes green paste.
Heat 2teaspoon oil in pressure cooker, add 1/4 onion and sauté till light pink.
Now add mutton pieces, sprinkle salt to taste and sauté till mutton is browned well.
Add grinded onion masala, green paste and mix well.
Cover lid of cooker and cook till pressure released five times.
Remove from heat and let pressure reduce. Open lid and cook on medium flame till gravy thickens.
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