Tuesday, October 1

Mutton And Potato Curry (Oil-Less)

Mutton and Potato Curry (Oil-Less). To cook this mutton curry I have not used a single drop of oil. It is cooked in it's own fat. When ever we think of non-veg dishes we always think spicy and rich. But I'm assuring you after cooking this curry you'll forget the other curries.. The most important ingredients in this is the meat, if you have not got right meat then the curry will not be tasty. You just need to asked the butcher to give the meat which has fat and bones...

This is a very good curry to cook for the people who don't like to eat oily and spicy.. I cook this mutton curry when I'm on diet and still want to eat mutton and this curry gets cooked in no time. But this time I have added more green chillies because I wanted to eat something spicy but not oily.. You can adjust the ingredients according to your taste..

1/2kg mutton
2 large potato, cut into big chunks (optional)
1cup chopped coriander
8 green chillies
1tbsp ginger garlic paste
1tsp black peppercorn
15 curry leafs
1 medium tomato
Salt to taste.

Cooking Method
Soak and wash the mutton for 15 minutes.
Grind all the above ingredients (except potato) to a smooth paste and set it aside.
In a pressure cooker add the mutton and cook till the water is evaporated and keep stirring in between to avoid sticking at the bottom of the cooker.
Now add the grounded masala, potato and salt, give a nice mix and add 1cup water and cook till the meat is tender. That will take about 3 to 4 whistle. Depending upon the meat.. Then allow the pressure to go before opening the pressure cooker.
Serve hot with Rice or Roti.


Rafeeda AR said...

i love curries that are cooked in the meat's own stock... this looks really yum...

Preeti Tamilarasan said...

meat cooked in its own fat gives an excellent result.. great recipe..

Priya Anandakumar said...

Looks very delicious and inviting...

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Mutton curry looks so tempting. That too without oil.

easyfoodsmith said...

That's so cool! I am sure the flavor must have been amazing since the meat was cooked in its own stock. Great post dear :)

Vimitha Anand said...

Sounds so simple but looks so yum

nandoos Kitchen said...

Looks very inviting.

Priya Elias said...

It sounds simple, yet delish. And great that the mutton is cooked in its own fat!

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious curry

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