Mutton Curry Recipe [100% Indian Mutton Curry]
Indian Mutton Curry Recipe is very easy to make and delicious in taste. A gravy mutton curry made from different types of Indian aromatic masalas, mutton, tomato, and onion. We can make it on any special occasions like weddings, Puja and Eid. Even, we can make mutton curry on our holidays with a lovely family.
Mutton Curry recipe and mutton kosha recipe both are similar in taste and making procedure is almost similar. The difference between mutton curry and mutton kosha, mutton curry has more juice and gravy. On the other hand, mutton kosha has less juice and more gravy, it almost dry looks like Indian style “Bhuna”. Indian Mutton Curry[wiki] is known as Kosha Mangsho in Bengal.
First, we should check the age of the goat. If it is a kid goat it will cook and boiled very well but it won’t give you the real taste. On the other hand, an aged goat will be chewy and won’t cook and boiled properly it will take much time to cook and boiled. So how to choose the best meat for mutton curry.
We should consider the color and texture of the goat meat. The best quality meat would be pinkish in color with the fibers not as conspicuously seen if we see through the horizontal cut.
The best cut of mutton would be 70:30 ratio of meat and bone. So the best cuts would be Shoulders, Foreleg, Seena, Neck, Rib chops, Kidneys, and Liver. Mutton cuts should be small sliced.
Before making Indian mutton curry, we have to make sure all mutton pieces are in equal sized. If all pieces are not equal, it is not cooked equally all pieces and it will be not in good taste.
How to marinate mutton
Marination is a vital issue of cooking mutton curry that can increases the taste delicious. After marinating mutton, we freeze up it at least 1 hour if possible put it for 3 hours.
The Process of Marination
The marination of mattun or goat meat is very easy process but very important to taste. If you want to get a traditional taste in mutton curry, follow my marination instructions step by step. The instruction is given below:
- Put 1 kg mutton on a medium bowl.
- Now add turmeric powder, chilli powder, coriander powder, ginger-garlic paste, cumin paste, green chilli, bay leaf, cardamom, cinnamon, black cardamom, alu Bukhara, clove, solid cumin, roasted garlic, jayotri and jayple, salt to taste, sliced onion, and vegetable oil.
- Now mix well and put it on freeze for at least 1 hour.
The cooking method of mutton curry recipe step by step
Indian Style Mutton Curry is a very simple to make and it tastes deliciously nice. It is also a traditional food in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. Step-by-step I have tried to show you how to make mutton curry and also you can get mutton curry video instruction.
- 1000 g Mutton
- 11/2 tsp Turmeric powder
- 2 tsp Chili powder
- 1 tsp Coriander powder
- 4 tsp Garlic and Ginger paste
- 2 tsp Cumin paste
- 4 pcs Green chili
- 2 pcs Bay leaf
- 9 pcs Cardamom
- 4 pcs Cinnamon (Medium)
- 2 pcs Black Cardamom
- 1 pcs Alu Bukhara
- 3 pcs Clove
- 1 tsp Cumin
- 3 pcs Roasted Garlic
- 1/2 tsp Jayotri & Jayple paste
- Salt to taste
- 200 g Sliced Onion
- 1 cup Vegetable Oil
Put marinated mutton in a pressure cooker, add sliced tomato 4pcs and 3 cups of water, then heat on a medium to low flame.
Now, wait for 6 whistles.
And now open the pressure cooker cover.
Now heat the vegetable oil in a nonstick pan, on medium heat.
Add ½ teaspoon cumin seeds, dry chili 2 pcs, sliced onion 1pc (medium size). Now saute till the onions golden brown.
Now put all cooked mutton on the pan and cook it for another 20 minutes.
Before serving you can check salt if required put how much you need.