mutton-curyMutton Curry is a very tasty and classy dish, which is unique in taste and texture. Mutton Curry is a another version of roghan josh. Mutton Curry is very easy and simple curry recipe which gives very fresh taste and healthy in eating. This dish is a meaty classic and has a unique  taste.

Mutton Curry Is A Blend Of Aromatic Spices:

Mutton Curry is exceptionally has a delicious blend of aromatic spices and flavors. A basic Mutton Curry is a fine delicacy that encircles its aroma because of its mild spices and flavour which is admired most.

Mutton Curry Is A Traditionall Classic Dish:

Mutton Curry is a traditionally classic dish which is rich in its appearance and taste. Mutton Curry is traditionally cooked in a desi ghee (clarified butter)  in which spices are fried to stimulate the flavors and then infuse the fat with the essence.

Recipe Of Mutton Curry:

Preparation time 45-50 minutes
Serves 4-5 peoples


Mutton ½ kg
Yogurt 1 cup heaped
Ginger Garlic 1 tsp
Tomato Paste 1 tsp
Salt 1 tsp leveled
Chili Powder 1 tsp heaped
Turmeric ¼ tsp
Dry Whole Milk ½ cup
Coriander Leaves 2 tbsp chopped
Green Cardamom Powder ½ tsp
Nutmeg ¼ tsp
Mace ¼ tsp grinded
Cream 4 tbsp
Oil ½ cup
Onion 1 cup chopped

Instruction For Cooking:

1. Marinate mutton with yogurt, ginger garlic, tomato paste, salt, chili powder and turmeric for 2 hours,

2. Now heat oil ½ cup add 1 cup chopped onion fry till light golden, add marinated mutton, fry well add 1 cup water, cover and cook till mutton nearly done.

3. Now add dry whole milk, grinded cardamom, mace and nutmeg powder, cream, chopped coriander leaves, leave it on simmer for 10 minutes, serve hot.

Mutton Curry Give Delight & Pleasure While Eating:

Those who are meat lovers, Mutton Curry is an excellent meat recipe dish that attracts one and all. This dish is an all time favourite. Once eaten would make you crave for more. Mutton Curry will give you all the pleasure and delight of eating good meat dish.

Served Mutton Curry:

Mutton Curry can be usually served with any type of flat bread like chapati, roti, naan and also with rice like steamed rice, fried rice, zeera rice or matar pulao.

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