Mutton Kothu Kari Masala II / Mutton Kheema Masala

 Finally, am so happy to have found this new place fresh meats nearby my home and my search for a good place with good quality meat with great hygiene ends here. This might seem like a simple thing but I've been facing enough for the last one year, cos I din't find anything better to feed my son and all thanks to one of my friend here in my apartment, she only recommended this shop to me. The meat was fresh, that it has taken only 10  minutes to cook altogether. Now u may see many more mutton recipes in future, so watch out guys. I've already posted one   Mutton Kheema Masala recipe   check it out .. 




In this new preparation, the masala which is to be shallow fried gives the dish a great punch and it is full of flavor..Try this method once and let me know ur opinion.





Ingredients:
  1. Minced mutton - 350 gms
  2. Onion - 3 nos, chopped very finely
  3. Turmeric powder - a big pinch
  4. Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
  5. Coriander powder - 1 1/2 tsp
  6. Green chilly - 1/2 tsp, finely chopped
  7. Curry leaves - 2 sprigs
  8. Coriander leaves - 2 tbsp, chopped
  9. Salt - to taste
  10. Water - 1/4 cup
  11. Oil - 2 tbsp 
  12. Lemon juice- 1 tsp, optional
For masala:
  1. Cinnamon stick - 1/2 " piece
  2. Cloves - 2 nos.
  3. Cardamom - 1 no.
  4. Fennel Seeds - 1 tsp
  5. Whole peppercorns - 1 tsp
  6. Shahi Jeera - 1/2 tsp
  7. Ginger - small piece
  8. Garlic - 5 medium sized pods
  9. Oil - 1/2 tsp



Method:
  • Heat a pan with 1/2 tsp of oil and fry the cinnamon stick, cloves, cardamom, whole pepper, fennel seeds, shahi jeera, ginger, garlic one by one until all the spices are fried. Let it cool and grind to a fine paste.


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  • Add 2 tbsp of oil in the pressure cooker pan and fry the finely chopped onions until it sweats. Add the ground masala paste ( 2 tbsp of paste) to the onion and saute well for a minute. 
  • Now add the turmeric powder, red chilli powder, coriander powder, salt and fry the masala so that the raw smell of the spices go away.
  • Keep on stirring the masala until it turns try like in the pic. Dump in the minced mutton and mix with the masala. Thoroughly blend the minced mutton with the masala. Add in the curry leaves, coriander leaves and stir together. Saute well for 2 to 3 minutes without adding water.

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    • Add in 1/4 cup of water to the masala and combine well. Close the pressure cooker with the lid and pressure cook for 10 minutes. Keep the flame on high until the first whistle comes, turn down the heat and cook the kothu kari masala for the remaining time or until the mutton is cooked.
    • Wait till the pressure gets released, open the cooker, mix well. Add the lemon juice, if using, and combine once again and serve with rice /roti's.




    Notes:
    • This time the mutton I used was good, 10 minutes was enough to cook it through. Kindly adjust the timings acc to the quality of meat and cook accordingly.
    • The ground masala paste may yield more but only 2 tbsp  is needed to make this  kothu kari masala.
    • Do not add too much of water , 1/4 cup is enough for this amount of mutton.
    • Do not forget to turn down the flame after the first whistle comes, else the dish would get burnt as it has only 1/4 cup of water. Else u may keep the masala in a seperate vessel, put inside the pressure cooker and cook for the specified time.

    Cheers,
    Shanavi

    17 comments:

    1. shanavi never seen kothu kari this stunning,looks so tempting.

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    2. So so tasty looking dish.,, slurpppppp

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    3. delicious and tempting click dear

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    4. Am drooling over here sho ..am inviting myself to ur place to enjoy this curry with roti..

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    5. ur blog is awesome... love the photos.. tempting :)

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    6. simply awesome preparation shobhana.. like the way it has come..

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    7. Goodness, that looks so gorgeous. Haven't made mutton kheema in a long time, must try this recipe soon.

      Luv,
      Manju

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    8. Delicious and tempting dear. Thanks for sharing.

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    9. Can really imagine the taste just by seeing the pic! lovely recipe sho..

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    10. Shanavi this looks super tempting and makes me drool, my all time favorite. The only issue I have is to clean the minced meat, gosh it takes ages...

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    11. Such a droolworthy and fingerlicking kothu kari masala, cant ask more..

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    12. Looks super tempting,perfect with rice and rotis..

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    13. I don't eat non veg but this picture is making to me to think abt trying for my brother..can we very this with chicken too? SUch a nice appealing pictures

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    14. Siree, yes u may try the same recipe with chicken as well, anyways taste delicious

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    15. so spicy n hot luking dish n wonderful clicks

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    16. wow...im visiting u Shob...mutton keema masala with some chapati would be great...

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