Saturday, November 13, 2010

Mutton Kolhapuri

Hubby dear was not feeling well. Had a bad cold and cough. All choked up. My mom used to say that hot and spicy stuff helps in eliminating cold, esp Mutton. So heading my mom's advice, I prepared this dish for hubby dear over the weekend. When I mentioned it to a friend, she said she would like the recipe as her hubby is very fond of spicy food. So this recipe goes to my friend Mish. Hope you and V enjoy it.

Ingredients :
Mutton : 500 gms
Onions : 2 Medium Chopped
Ginger Paste : 1tbsp
Garlic Paste : 1 tbsp
Curry Leaves : 8-10
Bay Leaves : 2-3
Turmeric : 2 tsp
Salt : To Taste
Oil : 4-5 tbsp

Kolhapuri Masala:
Onion : 2 medium sliced
Ginger : 1/2 inch piece sliced
Garlic : 4-5 cloves sliced
Shredded Coconut : 2 tbsp
Coriander Leaves : 1/4 cup Chopped
Kolhapuri Masala Powder : 2-3 tbsp

Firstly, we will make the kolhapuri masala. Take a pan. Add 1 tbsp oil. Saute the oil till light brown. Now add the ginger, garlic and the kolhapuri masala. Saute some more. Now add the coconut and the coriander leaves. Stir well and remove from flame. Cool it and then grind into a paste.
You can buy the kolhapuri masala from the market. If you wish to make it at home, Check my Kolhapuri Masala.

Heat 4-5 tbsp oil in pan. Put mutton and cook it well. Atleast for 10-15 min. Keep stirring after few minutes. When the mutton starts to get brown, add ginger garlic paste, curry leaves, bay leaves, turmeric, salt & chopped onions. Mix it well. Cook it some more.

Add the kolhapuri masala to the gravy. Stir it well. Add li'll water. Cover with a lid. Cook on low flame for 45-50 min or till mutton is cooked. Serve hot.

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