Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Low Fats Spicy Mutton Curry - Pressure Cook Method

Low Fats Spicy Mutton Curry - Pressure Cook Method

Mutton cannot be low fat food!! But compared to what recipes I keep seeing online I bet this version of mine is much better simpler and low fats too :)



This recipe I tried with a very small portion of mutton and it was just too gud to be clubbed with hot rice for the moment.

Ingredients
Mutton - 500 gms (with or without bones) I used without bones
Onion - 1 large sliced
Tomato - 1 medium roughly chopped
Whole spices - (cloves - 4, cardamon- 4, cinnamon- 1 big stick) 
Ginger Garlic paste - 2tbsp heaped
Dry powdered spices - Chilli powder-1/2tsp heaped, coriander powder - 1.5tsp, cumin - 1.5 tsp and turmeric powder - 1/4th tsp
Oil - 1tbsp
Salt to taste

Method:
- Heat Oil in a pan. Add whole spices, Allow it to splutter
- Add in onion and saute it till little soft.
- Add ginger garlic paste, and tomatoes, and dry spices, saute it and cook it in medium heat, In case u see its burning at the bottom, add a little water and cook till the whole mixture starts emitting nice aroma, this should take 3-5 mins in medium heat.
- Allow it to cool and grind it to smooth paste. If you have hand blender you can start the process in pressure cooker and blend it in pressure cooker itself.
- Add the blended masala into pressure cooker, add in mutton with some more salt and water enough to make it a gravy say 2cups 
- Pressure cook in medium flame for 4-5 whistle. Allow the pressure to drop.
- Open the lid and check the consistency!! If it needs more thickness, cook for few more mins without lid. 
Note* It will thicken once it cools
- If it becomes too thick than needed then u can dilute it with water, depending upon what you want to eat it with!!
- Add A pinch or sugar or 2 just incase its too spicy, sugar will enhance flavor do try!!
- Serve it Hot!!


I had it with rice!! But this curry will go best with anything!! Like Roti/ paratha/ idli and dosa too :)

Notes:
- You can use coconut milk at the end to enhance taste
- Whipped Yogurt can be added for tang at the end
- When you are pressure cooking check in for spices if needed more before you start the cooking process. Add it accordingly if u need more
- Add some coriander leaves for extra flavor.
- Since I dint had garam masala I added whole spices and blended, and the taste was outstanding!! 
- You may use powdered garam masala too if you like!!


Since it is mutton, the color of this gravy will be at darker side :)
You dont have to worry abt the shade when you get such yummy side dish to eat!!

Do try and let us know hw it turned out!!






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11 comments:

  1. wow aara very easy to make this curry.. it is seriously looking so yum

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  2. I love mutton ...my all time fav...curry luks easy and YUMMYyyy...

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  3. wow...luk at that thick gravey !!!! jsut kept staring at it for a while...hope u keeping well dear. me too was not in to blogging for a while..so cudnt drop by around. keep in touch

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  4. Cant take my eyes from that fingerlicking mutton curry..

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  5. Mutton is our all time fav but we have cut down. Still, its a must at least once a month. This version of yours is amazing and I do use yoghurt for my mutton curries. My take is always with rice.

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  6. looks yummy...my type mutton curry....nice colour

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