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July 20, 2009


This curry is being cooked in two kitchen's simultaneously mine and mom's, and then we will compare notes, she came across this recipe and hasn't stopped gushing about it ever since!I must say it makes one really rustic lip-smacking delicious curry, and true to it's name requires ingredients that you would find anywhere and everywhere, truly gypsy style!

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  • Mutton-1/2 kg

  • Onions- 3 large (chopped or pureed)

  • Clarified butter(ghee)-4-5 tbsp

  • Fresh, thick Curd- 1/2 cup

  • Red chillies whole-2 or 3 acc. to preference

  • Garam masala-1 tbsp

Boil mutton for 15-20 minutes in 2-3 cups water and keep aside, meanwhile brown onions in the ghee and add the chillies, strain the mutton and reserve stock, add mutton to the browned onions and roast or"bhuno" well(another 15 minutes), keep adding little bit of curd and alternate with the reserved mutton stock, till it is all used up, season with salt.Add about 1-2 cups hot water and cook covered till done, alternately give 7-8 whistles in the pressure cooker, serve hot with rice or bajra rotis.

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Shama Nagarajan July 20, 2009 at 11:55 PM  

lovely different mutton curry...looks delicious

出張ホスト August 22, 2009 at 1:20 PM  


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Vikas Sehgal January 29, 2010 at 7:21 PM  

When should you put Garam Masala in it? In the end? Once the meat is cooked? Or while you roast the meat?

桜花賞 March 30, 2010 at 10:18 PM  


スタービーチ April 1, 2010 at 8:34 PM  

新しくなったスタービーチは新しいであいのカタチを提案します★ あなたに出逢いたい人がここにいます

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友達 ,  April 30, 2010 at 7:21 PM  

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