March 30, 2018

Khatta Mutton Recipe | Khatta Gosh | Mutton Recipes | Indian Mutton Dishes | Easy Mutton Recipes

Most of the Indians love mutton which is actually Goat meat/Lamb meat more than chicken. So, except few religions, on weekends, especially on Sundays it will be the complete non-vegetarian menu if you observe.tepuktangan  Even my home stands on that list undoubtedly. I try to cook different dishes every time more than repeating the same old recipes.
So, a few days back one fine Sunday I tried out this Khatta Mutton recipe which I got from a newspaper.senyum There were no big stories behind this recipe but the only thing that I can say is, because of few ingredients and taste it named as Khatta Gosh. Khatta is a Hindi word which means Tangy.menari This curry is done in pressure cooker method so obviously, its time saving on lazy Sundays.Check out the full recipe and try this variety if you are a true mutton lover.sengihnampakgigi

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CATEGORY- Mutton | Meat Recipes | Indian Recipes | Lunch | Gosh | Meat | Non-vegetarian | Pressure cooker Method
Mutton/Meat with or without bone (lamb or goat meat) - 300 grams
onions-2 medium size
Green chili-3-4
Tomatoes-2 small size
Tamarind-goose berry size 
Oil-3 tablespoons
 Ginger garlic paste/GGP-1 tablespoon
red chili powder-2 teaspoons
turmeric powder-1/2 teaspoon
salt to taste
coriander powder-2 teaspoons
amchur powder-2 teaspoons
mint+cilantr leaves-handful
whole garam masala ingredients
Bay leaf-1 no
Cumin seeds-2 teaspoons
Cinnamon stick-2 " inch
Cardamom pods-2 no
Star anise-1 no
Javithri flower-1 no
1.Wash mutton twice and keep aside. Chop onions,green chili,tomatoes. Soak tamarind in 1 cup of water for 15 minutes and squeeze out the juice.
2.Heat a pressure cooker, add oil, throw in the whole garam masala ingredients.
3. Then add onions, GGP, green chili and saute for a minute in medium flame.
4.Now add in tomatoes, and mix well. After a minute add mutton and stir everything.
5.After 5 minutes add red chili powder, garammasala, turmeric powder, salt, coriander powder and mix nicely.
6. After 5 minutes add tamarind water, 2 cups more water mix well everything and close with the lid.
7. Cook this on a medium flame for 30-35 minutes or up to 6-7 whistles. Usually, I check out the time instead of counting whistles.(in between releases the whistles pressure)
(Optional step)8. After 30 minutes turn off and wait for sometime. Check it out whether the meat is tender or not, If you are using meat with the bone it may takes some more time. In that case, add some more water and cook again for 10-15 minutes on medium-low flame.
9.When the meat/mutton is cooked perfectly add amchur powder, mint+cilantr leaves mix gently.
10.Serve hot with rice/pulao or with chapathi(pulka/roti).

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