Sunday, January 11, 2015

Mutton Kuzhambu Recipe | South Indian Style Mutton Curry(With Coconut)

Mutton Kuzhambu Recipe
Most Favorited and popular recipes of Spicy Treats' are Non-Vegetarian recipes and also I get more request for Chicken or Non-Vegetarian recipes. So mainly to share here, I cook Non-Veg recipes once or twice in a month. And this time it is Mutton Kuzhambu / South Indian Style Mutton Curry and it is my Mom's recipe. This is how My mom makes Mutton Kuzhambu at home, simple Pressure cooker method with Mutton Masala Powder. But My Grandma's recipe is different and she never used store bought Masala Powder, with freshly ground spices. Also My Grandma add few Potato pieces and Drumstick to the Mutton Kuzhambu. That gives different flavor and unique taste. Will share that recipe later.
This Mutton kuzhambu recipe is easy to make with less preparation process. We usually add few mint leaves to Non-Veg Kuzhambu that really gives lovely flavor and taste. Mutton kuzhambu pairs well with Idli/Dosa/Appam/Parotta and with Plain Rice & Biryani also. We had it with Idlis for breakfast and with rice for lunch.

Mutton Kuzhambu
Mutton Kuzhambu Recipe
Prep Time : 10 Minutes | Cook Time : 30 Minutes
Recipe Category : Side Dish
Serves  5-6
Mutton Curry RecipeIngredients
  1. Mutton  less than 1 lb/ 350 gm
  2. Onion   1 medium(finely chopped)
  3. Tomato  1 medium(chopped)
  4. Ginge Garlic Paste   1 tsp
  5. Turmeric Powder  1/4 tsp
  6. Chili Powder   1 and 1/2 tsp
  7. Coriander Powder   2 tsp
  8. Mutton Masala or Garam Masala Powder   1 tsp
  9. Mint leaves   1-2 tbsp(chopped)
  10. Cilantro/coriander leaves    few finely chopped
  11. Salt   to taste
To Wet Grind
  1. Coconut,shredded    5 tbsp (Fresh or frozen)
  2. Khas Khas/Poppy seeds  1/2 tsp
  3. Whole Cashew Nuts   6 no.
  4. Pepper Corns   8-10 no.(optional)
  5. Coriander leaves   leaves alone from 5-6 stems
  6. Mint leaves    5 no.(leaves alone)
To Temper
  1. Oil   1/2 tbsp
  2. Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
  3. Fennel seeds    1/4 tsp
  4. Clove   2 no.
  5. Cinnamon   1/2" stick
  6. Bay Leaf  1 small leaf
  7. Curry leaves   1 sprig
Method
  • Clean Mutton pieces, drain excess water and keep covered.
  • Heat oil in a pressure cooker, add the tempering ingredients one by one and fry well.
  • Then add ginger garlic paste saute for a minute then add finely chopped onions and saute till it turns golden brown.
  • After that add chili, turmeric, coriander, mutton masala powder and stir fry for 1-2 minutes in medium heat.
  • And then add chopped tomato and saute till it turns mushy.
  • After that add mutton pieces and saute in medium heat for 6-7 minutes(this sauteing is must and it helps to give nice flavor to the gravy and 
  • also the spices get mixed well with the mutton)
  • And then add 1 cups of water, enough salt, few mint and coriander leaves and pressure cook for 8-9 whistles and switch off the stove.
  • Allow the pressure to cool down, meanwhile grind the coconut paste and keep ready.
  • Once the pressure is done, open the lid, add coconut paste and add water to desired consistency and again pressure cook for 2 whistles.
  • Wait till pressure down and then open the lid and add some for chopped cilantro.
  • That's it..Spicy & Flavorful Mutton Kuzhambu ready. Serve Hot with rice or hot idlis.
Mutton Kuzhambu


15 comments:

  1. Rice roti or dosa...just anything will do for me ..to have with this beautiful muton kulambu

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  2. Perfect mutton recipe. Just loved the dish. Mutton is my fav if cooked well enough..Will surely prepare the dish as per your recipe. Thank u for the share.

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  3. looks super delicious..and tempting clicks..

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  4. Love all the flavors in that mutton curry... amazing...

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  5. Yummy mutton kuzhambu....always love to have with dosas!!....as usual great clicks!!

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  6. Mutton kuzhambu turned out very nice. Thank u for this recipe

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  7. I did mutton as per ur method and it came out really well..Thanks for sharing the recipe☺

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  8. I did this dish. It was soooo tasty.

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  9. I tried the recipie, it came out very well.but I tried with small onions ,very delicious.thanks for sharing the recipie

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