Tuesday 14 July 2020

Mutton Kuzhambu Recipe/Simple Mutton Kuzhambu Recipe/Easy Kari Kuzhambu Recipe/How to make Mutton Kuzhambu with step by step photos & Video

Mutton Kuzhambu is a very delicious and tempting gravy made on Sundays for lunch along with steam cooked white rice or can even be served with rotis/chapatis. This is a very easy and basic mutton kuzhambu that can be made even by beginners. Do try out this tempting mutton kuzhambu and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and tempting Muttton Recipes here, Chicken Recipes,Fish Recipes here.

Here’s how to make Mutton Kuzhambu with step by step photos & video…

Mutton/Goat Meat
500 gms
1 big chopped
Green Chillies/Pacchai Milagai
4 slit and cut
3 big chopped
Ginger & Garlic Paste
1.5 tbsp
Red Chilli Powder
1.5 tbsp
Coriander Powder
3 tbsp
Turmeric Powder
½ tsp +1/2 tsp
As needed
½ cup
2-3 tbsp finely chopped
Curry Leaves

For Grinding
1 cup
Gasa gasa/Poppy Seeds
1 tsp [soaked in water or milk]

For Tempering
2 tbsp
Fennel Seeds/Sombu
1 tsp
Cinnamon Sticks/Pattai
2 ubcg stick
Bay Leaf
Preparation Time: 10-12 minutes                Recipe Category: Main Course
Cooking Time: 25-30 minutes                       Recipe Cuisine: Tamil Nadu, India
Author: Priya Anandakumar

Here's a short video on how to make Mutton Kuzhambu...

Wash the mutton thoroughly with water 2-3 times and drain the water. Add ½ tsp of turmeric powder and wash thoroughly and keep it aside.

Add the chopped onion and green chillies to the mixer and grind it to a coarse paste.

Soak the poppy seeds in either warm water or milk for at least 10-15 minutes. Add the coconut and poppy seeds to the mixer and grind it fine paste with required water.

Heat 2 tbsp of oil in a pressure cooker. Add fennel seeds, cinnamon sticks, elachi/cardamom, cloves, bay leaves and saute until nice aroma arises.

Add the ground onion & green chilli paste, little salt and saute well until the raw smell vanishes.

Now add the ginger & garlic paste and saute for 20-30 seconds or until the raw smell vanishes.

Now add curry leaves/karuvepillai and fry for about 20-30 seconds.

Add the chopped tomatoes and saute well until it turns mushy.

Add the washed mutton and mix really well. Saute really well until the mutton changes color.

Add 1.5 tbsp of red chilli powder, 3 tbsp of coriander powder, ½ tsp of turmeric powder and salt.

Saute the masala really well for about a minute for the raw smell to vanish.

Add mint leaves and mix really well.

Add about 3 cups of water or until the mutton is submerged.

Let it come to rolling boil, then close the lid and pressure cook for 3-4 whistles and switch off the stove.

Wait for the steam to release all by itself, then open the lid.

Add the ground coconut paste and give a good stir.

Let it come to a boil, then add chopped cilantro, mint and mix really well.

Let it boil for few more seconds and then switch off the stove.

Delicious and tempting Mutton Kuzhambu is ready to be enjoyed. Serve it hot with steam cooked white rice, roti, chapati or even with Dosas.

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