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Spicy Soy Mutton Masala

Preparing mutton is not a usual task in my kitchen. My kids are not that fond of having mutton. Chicken is the all time favorite but I just love eating them. Whenever I get the chance I would get some fresh goat meat from the Indian Store.Actually this is a Malaysian dish with has all of-coconut add but I have omit them and adjust it to my own taste.

Spicy Soy Mutton Masala


Serving Size:5

1 mutton shoulder piece chopped
2tbsp ginger garlic paste
1tbsp soy sauce
1tsp hot sauce
salt to taste
1tsp chilly powder

Heat some oil in pressure cook add the ginger garlic paste-saute till done. Add the mutton with remaining ingredients. Toss the well. There's not need to add water as it will with the fats in the mutton itself. Presser cook to about 5 whistle. Remove from flame-allow the pressure to be released and set aside.

1 large onions roughly chopped
1 tomato roughly chopped
1 small cinnamon stick
5 cloves
5 green cardamom pods
2 dry chillies
1 bay leave
1tsp mustard seed
1/2tsp cumin seeds
1tbsp coriander powder
chopped coriander leaves
few sprig curry leaves

Preparation Methods:
Heat a heavy bottomed skillet with 1tbsp oil and saute all ingredients expect the coriander leaves by adding couple spoon of the liquid from the cooked mutton. Saute til the oil starts to separate. Drain the mutton and reserved the liquid. Add the cooked mutton the the skillet and saute well. As the gravy starts to thicken add dilute with the reserved the liquid until it's completed. Adjust the level of salt and spice- add if needed. Transfer to a platter garnished with chopped coriander leaves.


Priya Suresh said…
Mouthwatering dish, love the addition of soya sauce, tempting dish..
Vrinda said…
Never tried mutton this way..sounds good with soy sauce...looks yumm and spicy
Tina said…
Soyaaaa my all time fav. This comb looks great dear very spicy and yummy.
Actually I prepared with the inspiration from Chicken Rendang -A Malaysian Local Taste Bud with some changes.

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