Authentic Mangalorean Style Mutton Curry

Mangalorean Style Mutton Curry is delicious Mutton Curry made with basic ingredients. We do not add whole spices in this recipe. Coconut is roasted along a Mutton masala powder using Ghee. The roasted coconut is ground to smooth paste along roasted coriander seeds, methi seeds, Jeera, snauf, onion, ginger-garlic chopped. This recipe is flavorful with mild aroma of basic ingredients. We do not add whole spices for this gravy. The pressure cooked Mutton is cooked along the coconut Masala paste. Finally Mutton Curry is tempered with chopped onion and red chilli. This curry can be had along Ghee Rice, boiled rice, Chapati, Naan, dosa or idli. This recipe is very easy, quick and deliciously yummy.

    • 1.5 kg medium Mutton pieces
    • 4 onion julienne cut
    • 2 tbsp ginger-garlic chopped
    • 4 slit green chilli
    • 5 tbsp Ghee
    • 5 tbsp coconut oil
    • 1/2 cardamom powder
    • 1/2 turmeric powder
    • Salt to taste

    Coconut Masala paste :

    Roast all the below-

    • 1 small onion chopped
    • 8 garlic cloves
    • 1 " ginger chopped
    • 20 Kasmiri Red Chilli
    • 1 tsp cumin seeds
    • 1 tsp methi seeds
    • 1 /2 tsp snauf
    • 2 tbsp coriander seeds
    • 1 whole coconut grated
    • Roast the coconut with 1tbsp Mutton masala powder with little Ghee
    • Transfer all to grinding jar, add 1/2 tsp turmeric powder, small tamarind ball
    • Grind all ingredients to smooth paste with adequate water

    For tempering :

    • 1 medium onion chopped
    • 3 slit red chilli
  • Authentic Mangalorean Style Mutton Curry Method-1

    1) Heat 4tbsp each Ghee & coconut oil. Add chopped onion. Fry until light brown.

    2) Add ginger-garlic chopped, green Chilli. Saute for a minute.

    3) Add cardamom powder, turmeric powder. Saute for few seconds. Add the Mutton pieces. Mix well.

    4) Stir fry Mutton for 2-3 minutes. Add 8-10 cup water. Salt to taste, mix well.

    5) Pressure cook for 5-6 whistles. Remove some Mutton stock and use as soup.

    6) Add the ground coconut Masala paste to the cooked Mutton. Add adequate water, salt to taste. Mix well.

    7) Cook the curry until oil leaves the corner of gravy. Temper the Curry with chopped onion and red chilli using remaining ghee/coconut oil

    8) Serve the Mutton Curry with boiled rice, ragi mudde, Chapati, dosa or idli. This curry tastes delicious after 4 - 5 hours of preparation

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