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1 kg mutton cut in pieces
3 potatoes peeled and cut in halves
Oil for cooking. I added a little extra
1 potato pureed and set aside
Few cinnamon sticks
3 tsp ginger and garlic
3 tsp tomato paste
1 large onion pureed with curry leaves.
2 tsp Kashmiri mix masala
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp full dhania and geera
2 tsp romboo karoo
2 tsp mother in law chilli powder
Salt to taste
2 tomatoes grated for extra gravy.
Marinate meat with Kashmiri, paprika and set aside for one hour
Braise onion curry leaves puree in hot oil with cinnamon and bayleaves
Add ginger and garlic paste and fry
Add romboo karoo, mother in law, dhania, geera and saute
Add tomato paste, tomatoes and mix.
Add the mutton and puree potatoes and cook on high
Add water as needed and cook till meat is half done
Add potatoes and salt and cook till meat and potatoes are soft, garnish with fresh dhania and eat with fresh carrot salad.
Prepared, tried and tested by: Layne Ram
18 thoughts on “Layne’s Mutton curry”
I really have to confesss, I can not eat mutton.
Sorry to hear that, but I am sure you can substitute the mutton for any other meat of your preferance. Give it a try and let me know how it turned out.
Yes, that’s a good idea. I hadn’t thought of that. See you are teaching me things.
Mwah – I substitute so much, that its a naturaly reaction – keep me posted
Do they actually sell that sugar though, because I looked for it, it must be in baking shops?
Sorry, what sugar do you refer to??
Yes we do get it hete in Vancouver, Canada
Make your own:
1 cup granulated sugar
Add the sugar into the blender and pulse 15 times, or until the sugar becomes finely granulated.
Thanks, that is what I will do if I need it for recipe.
Perfect. Keep it up and let me know your feedback. Would love to hear from you
Will do, I wish I could remember what recipe it was that called for the castor sugar.
😉 you will find it. Do you think its on my site? Go to the search and type in castor sugar then you will find all those recipes and hopefully track it down.
Ok will do. I had a recipe for something else that was not on your site that called for it as well. I can’t remember what that was either now. That was a long time ago.
Hope you find it in your archives, and test it out. Enjoy
Me too. I don’t think I had a computer when I was going to make whatever it was.
Mwah, then you will just have to hunt my blog for a yummy cake to try out.
This sounds absolutely delicious, a definite winter meal to try
Please let us know when made what you think, love your feedback.