Monday, July 18, 2011

Kolhapuri Mutton Curry or Lamb Curry

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Kolhapuri Mutton Curry or Lamb Curry:
This traditional recipe is one of the famous non-veg dish and is known for its delicious and unique taste. This got its name from the city Kolhapuri ( India ), which is famous for its spicy curries
In this recipe, the tender mutton is cooked with simple Indian ingredients & It has a fiery, spicy red color, which is sure to tempt all non-veg food lovers…!
Here is the tantalizing hot & spicy recipe from the land of Marathas..!
Try this at home & enjoy..!
Ingredients:
·         Mutton                          - ½ kg
For Marination:
·         Ginger garlic paste         - 1 tbsp
·         Turmeric pwd                 - ½ tsp
·         Lemon juice                   - 1 tbsp
·         Salt                              - 1 tsp
·         Red chilly pwd               - 1 tsp
For Kolhapuri Masala:
·         Cloves                           - 2
·         Cinnamon                      - 1
·         Saunf                            - ½ tsp
·         Cumin                           - ½ tsp
·         Coriander                      - 1 tbsp
·         Sesame                        - ½ tsp
·         Red chilly                      - 4 or 5
·         Onion                            - 1
·         Grated coconut              - ½ cup
For the Gravy:
·         Onions                          - 2
·         Tomato                         - 2
·         Coriander leaves            - handful
·         Salt                              - to taste
Method:
1.     Mix all the ingredients for marination.
2.     Evenly rub the marination on mutton pieces and marinate for an hour.
3.     Pressure cook the mutton for 3 to 4 whistles, until the mutton is ¾ cooked.
4.     Meanwhile, lets prepare the kohlapuri masala.
5.     Heat oil in a pan.
6.     Add cloves, cinnamon, saunf, cumin, coriander, sesame and red chilly.
7.     Wait to splutter.
8.     Now add chopped onion and sauté till it is golden.
9.     Add grated coconut and fry for 2 more minutes.
10.  Allow to cool and grind it to fine paste.
11.  Heat oil in the same fry pan.
12.  Add chopped onions , fry to transculent.
13.  Now add mashed tomato, chopped coriander leaves, salt and cook for a minute.
14.  Add cooked mutton pieces and combine.
15.  Sauté till oil separates.
16.  Now add ground kohlapuri masala.
17.  Stir well until oil floats on top.
18.  Then, cover and simmer, till the mutton is tender, with constant stirring.
19.  Remove from flame.
20.  Garnish with freshly chopped coriander leaves.
21.  Enjoy this delicious mutton curry hot with chapatti, dosa, idly  or rice of your choice.!

54 comments:

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  2. looks spicy and mouthwatering...

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  3. looks spicy and mouthwatering...

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  4. This looks delicious! I love it! Lamb is so yummy, i adore it when we have leftovers (which we never do :( ) so I can make shepards pie!

    Cheers,
    Yas
    www.tickle-your-tastebuds.blogspot.com

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  5. I Love spicy lamb curry and this looks wonderful! A must try! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Wow that curry looks so yummy! I so feel like having one now with naan

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  7. When I was little we ate very little lambs meat.And currys never heard off.Coming as a child to New Zealanad I have learned to appreciate tastes from many cul we have hear and curry is very normal im my kitchen.Especially when my indian girl friend Prya comes alonfg.She si Indian and knows some good tricks with spices.This look fantatsic:)tures

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  8. wow awesome looking dear...love the look of it....great colour and thats sure kolhapur in a bowl

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  9. I am going to erase your blog from my list ...JOKING ...your food looks so good , it makes me hungry every time i look here.

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  10. thanks for popping in to see my post..:)

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  11. Yummy and spicy curry... I love it.
    I always got ready masala from Kolhapur...I will try out your way next time.

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  12. kalkuringa jayanthi...Sure you have posted a lot many unknown recipes in mutton and chicken...Thanks...

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  13. Looks delicious! Hubby will love it, since it's spicy! =]

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  14. wowww lipsmaking mutton curry,super!!!

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  15. Looks so spicy and inviting...

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  16. Loved the spices that go into the curry. Yummy one

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  17. sooooo spicy and delicious....awesome recipe :)

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  18. I love curries, and the gravy of this one looks really dark and spicy. would love to try it.

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  19. I'm loving all your curries! This one looks like a winner as well!

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  20. I do not eat much lamb, but that your dish is really delicious and I could eat it very often. Bye

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  21. Love this curry, looks amazing!

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  22. super yummy ! love it

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  23. It looks lovely!Well done,dear!

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  24. Looks wonderful. very tasty Jay! Great recipe.

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  25. I am drool,tempting clicks..nice recipe dear..spicy and flavorful..

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  26. This is a delicious, lipsmacking kohlapuri...This one is similar to the authentic version as it has the key ingredient - sesame seeds!! This one is bookmarked & trying a veg or egg version!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  27. Oh wow. The sauce in this looks killer! I'll definitely have to give it a go! And thanks so much for stopping by my blog ... from one food-lover to another: cheers!

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  28. This looks soooo good!!! I never thought of having a curry with dosa! Great idea!!

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  29. very nice recipe dear.....i love the combo with dosa..

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  30. Its mouth watering. though I wont eat nonveg they are attracting me. Nice clicks.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    http://umaskitchenexperiments.blogspot.com

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  31. Wow curry looks so spicy and yummy.

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  32. Yummy mutton gravy..Looks super good Jay !

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  33. Dear Jay
    How are you? Mutton recipes are so rare on the blog, that moment a recipe is published I plan to cook it. I have heard about this dish but never had a chance to taste. WIll try soon.
    Have a nice day

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  34. Jay, one of my favorite, yours look so good. I can eat 2 plate of rice, LOL

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  35. i had posted a mutton reciepe recently Jay...this looks delicious.... i love to try new reciepes alwayz.. bookarked :)

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  36. Motton curry looks so delicious..........

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  37. So inviting and delicious curry !!

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  38. This looks really delicious!!!!
    Great recipe.

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  39. I heard a lot about kolhapuri cuisine from my Husband who studied there. This looks stunning and so inviting. Loved this a lot.

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  40. Wow! Looks absolutely delicious! I would go with idli with this mouthwatering mutton curry! I love idli with curries like this! Thanks for sharing!

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  41. A mouthwatering curry! Mutton must add a wonderful flavor to it.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  42. I love lamb curry, but I've never tried mutton before. All those flavors are wonderful though :) Would happily take a serving or two of your curry!

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  43. ok now THIS has my attention! I love a good lamb or mutton curry, melt in your mouth stuff right here by the looks and so so flavoursome. Saved recipe for sure!

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  44. Your recipes are always winners

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  45. This sounds delicious! I love all of the spices and flavors. I look forward to trying some of your recipes.

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  46. When I was little we ate very little lambs meat.And currys never heard off.Coming as a child to New Zealanad I have learned to appreciate tastes from many cul we have hear and curry is very normal im my kitchen.Especially when my indian girl friend Prya comes alonfg.She si Indian and knows some good tricks with spices.This look fantatsic:) cheap jersey

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