Friday, January 06, 2012

Mutton Korma / A Classic Non-vegetarian dish

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Here’s a  real,  rich  &  spicy  South Indian special  mutton korma recipe. It’s one of the delicious non-vegetarian dishes that tastes real good with  Idly, dosa, chapatti or rice. 
This Korma is typically made with marinating the main ingredient in yoghurd & spices and cooked in delicate blend of masala.
Try this healthy, easy to make  mutton korma,  which is packed with a punch of flavor..:)
Ingredients:
  • Mutton                          - ½ kg
  • Yoghurd                       - ½  cup
  • Turmeric pwd                - ¼  tsp
  • Red chilly pwd              - 1 tsp
  • Onion big                      - 2
  • Tomato                         - 3
  • Ginger                          - small piece
  • Garlic                            - 4 to 5 pods
  • Red chilly                      - 2 to 3
  • Grated coconut             - ½ cup
  • Saunf                           - ½ tsp
  • Oil                                - 2 tbsp
  • Cinnamon                     - 1
  • Cloves                          - 2
  • Bay leaves                    - 2
  • Cardamom                    - 2
  • Garam masala pwd        - ½ tsp
  • Fresh coriander leaves
  • Salt to taste
Method:
  1. Wash and chop mutton to small pieces.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, add yoghurd, turmeric pwd, red chilly pwd and salt.
  3. Mix and  coat the meat well.
  1. Keep aside for 30 minutes.
  2. Slice onion , tomato to fine pieces.
  3. Make a paste of ginger, garlic , red chilly and set aside.
  4. Grate coconut to pieces, add little water, saunf and make a thick paste of it.
  5. Heat oil  in a deep , heavy bottomed pan on medium heat.
  6. Add cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves, cardamom and saute for a minute.
  7. Add onion and saute till it turns reddish brown.
  8. Add ginger garlic  red chilly  paste and cook with constant stirring.
  9. Add garam masala pwd and fry till the oil separates from masala.
  10. Now add the marinated meat and fry well.
  11. Once the meat is sealed with the thick masala, add mashed tomatoes.
  12. Stir continuously to prevent the spices burning.
  13. Add 1 ½ cup water, transfer the contents to a pressure cooker.
  1. Pressure cook  till meat is cooked and done.
  1. Now add coconut paste, stir, cover and leave on very low heat for 5 to 7 minutes.

  1. Remove pan from heat.
  2. Add freshly chopped coriander leaves.
  1. Transfer korma into a serving dish.
  1. Serve hot with idly, dosa, naan or chapattis.
Related Quick Links:
·       Kolhapuri Mutton

·       Chicken Korma


·       Hot N spicy Mutton soup

·       Mutton Fry

60 comments:

  1. Awesome looking korma...I am drooling...

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  2. wat a fantastic recipe...absolute delicious curry..:)

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  3. This looks so so good; would love to try this one.
    Rita

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  4. It looks scrumptious !!!! If only we're neighbors hahahahha

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  5. I love korma, as well as mutton if well prepared. I'd very much like to taste this :)

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  6. WOW, I am drooling and craving one right now :p
    Thank you for sharing the recipe xx

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  7. Tiene una pinta fabulosa, me gustaría probarlo, saludos

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  8. I love this dish and especially the idly that I see in the background. Superb!

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  9. just drooling over the pics..looks spicy and awesome..
    Pls do send in your entries to my new DESSERTS EVENT. http://ramyasrecipe.blogspot.com/2012/01/abc-series-desserts_06.html

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  10. Hey Jay, thanks for dropping by. I *love* your blog, and though I don't have a lot of time for the kitchen these days, I absolutely aodre mutton korma, and will certainly be trying it :-)

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  11. HI !!
    The recipe looks amazing !
    i'm not much of a mutton fan, but i'm definitely trying this with chicken !!

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  12. This looks yummy..You have made it awesome.

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  13. wow....lovely...mutton kurma luks scrumptious....superb

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  14. wow.....mouth watering..........

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  15. mutton kurma looks very spicy and hot.....

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  16. Simply mouthwatering mutton korma. Wish I was there to get a taste of it.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  17. It looks very tasty!

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  18. I love korma! Never made it myself though...

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  19. so tasty and looks delicious !!

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  20. A delicious dish. Write down the recipe, I love Indian food.
    A greeting.

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  21. Hubby loves this... Delicious curry

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  22. I have never cooked mutton, will follow your recipe when i cook..

    Kurma looks colorful and delicious..

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  23. A delicious recipe! I'm going to cook it.
    Good day

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  24. Mouthwatering mutton kurma,awesome recipe dear.....

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  25. Jay,
    Looks delicious and what beautiful color... Great recipe : )

    Catarina

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  26. wow..what a delicious looking korma..m drooling here..

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  27. Very yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy...Feeling hungry,Jay!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  28. Just the sort of dish we would love. Diane

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  29. Rich and yummy curry,mouthwatering here..

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  30. Looks sooo goood!
    Happy New year Jay!

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  31. HI Jay...this dish looks fantastic...and about the Award,i accepted and is on my blog already...stop by to see it!
    Thanks a lot,i loved it.

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    Sharon

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  32. Vaya rico!!! Seguro que es un plato estupendo, con un sabor muy bueno. Saludos.

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  33. Thank U for stopping by...would love to hear ur lovely words too..!
    have a great weekend..;)

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  34. Hi Jay! Thanks for commenting on my blog! I followed your link back and am so excited to see that you cook indian food which I love and have little experience cooking! I'll be following you and trying some of these delicious looking recipes for sure!

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  35. Mutton korma looks good.

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  36. Mhmm this korma looks so hearty and warming--perfect for winter! I love hte step-by-step photos.

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  37. it is so tempty .. i am trying this sunday .. thanks for sharing

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  38. This looks amazing! I ll keep the recipe!

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  39. Gorgeous spices. We are true lovers of homemade korma in this house. Love the recipe!

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  40. Delicious looking mutton kurma n nice presentation too....

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  41. Mutton kurma looks perfectly-made. Can you chicken kurma with the same recipe?

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  42. it looks very delicious :)

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  43. a very special visit from Philippines!

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  44. Just mouthwatering...looks so easy to prepare & delicious!

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  45. My fav combo iddle with mutton..looks yummy yum yum

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  46. A delicious accompaniment to idlis!!!!The curry looks so delish Jay...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  47. Vaya guisote que te has marcado, Jay. Impresionante, para comer de escándalo. Un saludo.

    Juan Carlos

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  48. Looks GREAT! Your photography is AWESOME! I'm excited to look through the rest of your wonderful recipes! I'm your newest follower and I'd love to have you return the "love" on your next visit!!! Hope you're having a nice weekend!

    XO, Aimee

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  49. Oooh I'm drooling just by looking at your mutton korma, seriously!!Absolutely delicious looking Jay :)
    A Very Happy New Year to you!

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  50. Yummy looking mutton korma looks wonderful

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  51. Jay, you are so busy with your followers that you forgot me. I am glad that you finally became my follower but I do came to your blog off and on in 2011.

    Mutton is one of the favourite Punjabi dish sans coconut. You have done it so well.

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  52. Beautiful looking mutton korma. Mouth-watering!

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    Spoon and Chopsticks
    http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/

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  53. ooooooooo that looks delish jay....wish I coud eat that off my screen....slurpppp!

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  54. i love mutton in any form and korma is a treat

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  55. Jay, this reminds me of the goat curry I made last weekend.

    Happy New Year!

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  56. I don't know about making this one. Sounds a little more complex.

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  57. Just looking at the photos warms me up in this cold weather. Great dish for this season.

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