Muslim Mutton Curry | How to make Muslim Mutton Curry
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Ingredients to make Muslim Mutton Curry
- 750gms Mutton with bones
- 2tbsp -Garlic Paste
- 1.5-2 tbsp Kashmiri Powder
- 1.5 tsp Garam Powder
- 1 tsp powder
- 1 inch stick
- 5-6 tbsp
- to taste
- A big handful of chopped
- A handful of leaves
How to make Muslim Mutton Curry
My Tip:Do not rush the process, slow cooking this dish lends a lovely taste & texture to the meat & body of the curry.
Muslim Mutton curry is one of the various variations of the mutton curry that exist today. The step-by step procedure given to make this recipe will help you easily recreate this dish at home. The flavours of the Muslim Mutton Curry, primarily come from the marinated mutton pieces. Ensure that the mutton pieces are coated well with the batter and that the pieces also get enough time to marinate in the mixture and their own juices. Proper marination of the mutton will ensure that the flavours and aromas of all the spices used to make the Muslim Mutton Curry are well infused. For best results allow the mutton to marinate overnight before cooking the final curry at home. Serve this curry with Indian flatbreads or rice to get a nutritious and filling main dish for lunch and dinner.
This recipe of Muslim Mutton curry is shared by our home chef Disha Khurana which requires 30 minutes for the preparation and 90 minutes for cooking.
The Muslim Mutton Curry is a dish that has many variations. Referred to by different names in different regions, the mutton curry is a British Raj era dish that was first served in Indian railways in 1857. Almost 60 years in the making, the mutton curry has come a long way.
Mutton is believed to be the leanest meat since it contains comparatively less fat than chicken. Mutton contains CLA i.e., conjugated linoleic acid, which is a fatty acid that can prevent and reduce the risk of inflammation. CLA is also believed to contain fatty acids such as niacin and selenium that help lower the risk of cancer. Mutton is believed to help stabilize the heartbeat, owing to which the consumption of mutton has often been associated with improved heart health. Like other meats, mutton is also a rich source of protein that prevents anemia, making it extremely beneficial for pregnant women. Since mutton is a rich source of protein, mutton consumption helps in weight management and improving immunity. Mutton not only has nutritional benefits but also has benefits for the skin and the hair. Being a rich source of minerals and iron, mutton has anti-ageing benefits because it enhances the production of new cells and promotes cell regeneration. In addition to this, consumption of mutton also helps to combat common skin ailments such as eczema, acne, rashes and dry skin. Mutton also contains folate, which increases the production of red blood cells that helps in brain development in young children.