Andhra Style, Mutton Recipes, Non Vegetarian

Easy Mutton chops Masala | How to make Lamb Chops Curry||

Mutton chops

Easy Mutton chops Masala Recipe | Lamb chops Curry Recipe is a spicy gravy that we prepare from lamb chops or bone-in pieces. It’s a special dish that tastes incredible with the use of minimal spices and takes less than half an hour to prepare.

It’s a quick and easy dish that we can make at home on lazy Sundays or for guests, and serve it as a side dish with ragi balls, sambar, and rice on the side.

This recipe came from my cousin; it’s a special dish from one of her cookbooks, and every time I make it at home, everyone loves it, and the bowl is emptied in a matter of minutes.

There aren’t many spices in this recipe; only a little garam masala, pepper, and coriander powder are used to enhance the flavor.

We can alter the number of green chilies used to adjust the spice level; I used 8-10 medium spiced chilies as we prefer medium spicy food at home, not too spicy, not too bland.

This recipe calls for a special cut of meat. We must use chops cut or any bone-in pieces for making this dish. It must be very fresh and tender. The more succulent the meat, the more delicious the meal we make with it.

This is an authentic recipe for this meal, which uses greens like coriander and mint to make it. To achieve the characteristic flavor, we use green chilies instead of red chili powder.

Using browned onions is completely optional; they just add richness to the meal, and I love the unique taste that brown onions provide.

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First, I marinate it for 20 to 30 minutes in a mixture of chili, ginger, and garlic paste, coriander and mint puree, browned onions, and curd puree with a dash of turmeric and salt.

hen I pressure cook it for 1-2 whistles, or until it’s soft and tender. Finally, I add the spices and simmer until all of the water evaporates and the gravy thickens or becomes dry.

Serve this lip-smacking Mutton chops curry as a side dish or with ghee rice, biryani, roti, or chapati.

How to make Mutton Chops masala

  1. Clean the mutton pieces by thoroughly rinsing them in water with turmeric.

2. Drain all of the water. Make a fine paste of the chilies, ginger, and garlic and add it to the meat pieces.

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3. Now add in the finely pureed coriander and mint paste.

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4. Add in the turmeric and salt, ensure the mixture is well coated on the pieces.

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5. Now, blend the browned onions and curd and add it for marination. Combine all of them and marinate for 10-20 minutes.

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6. Transfer all of the contents to the pressure cooker and cook for 1 to 2 whistles.

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7. Cool the pressure cooker until the pressure is released. Add the coriander and pepper powder and cook on low heat until all of the water evaporates and turns dry.

Mutton Chops
Mutton Chops

8. Now, add Garam masala and cook on low heat until all of the water evaporates and turns dry.

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9. Serve this delectable and mouthwatering Mutton Chops curry as a side dish with roti, naan, biryani, or ghee rice.

Mutton Chops
Mutton chops

Easy Mutton chops Masala Recipe | Lamb chops curry Recipe

Srilatha
Easy Mutton chops Masala | Lamb chops Curry Recipe is a special spicy gravy that we prepare from lamb chops or bone-in pieces.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Marination 20 mins
Total Time 45 mins
Course Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine Indian, South indian
Servings 4 people

Ingredients
  

  • 8-10 Green chilies
  • 1 kg Mutton  Tender and Bone-in pieces
  • 10 pods Garlic
  • 1 inch Ginger
  • 1 cup Coriander and mint puree
  • 1 tbsp Salt
  • ½ tsp Turmeric powder
  • ½ cup Browned onions
  • ½ cup Curd
  • 1 tbsp Coriander powder
  • ½ tsp Pepper powder
  • 1 tsp Garam masala

Instructions
 

  • Clean the mutton pieces by thoroughly rinsing them in water with turmeric.
  • Drain all of the water. Make a fine paste of the chilies, ginger, and garlic and add it to the meat pieces.
  • Now add in the finely pureed coriander and mint paste.
  • Add in the turmeric and salt, ensure the mixture is well coated on the pieces.
  • Now, blend the browned onions and curd and add it to the mutton for marination. Combine all of them and marinate for 10-20 minutes.
  • Transfer all of the contents to the pressure cooker and cook for 1 to 2 whistles.
  • Cool the pressure cooker until the pressure releases. Add the coriander and pepper powder.
  • Now, add Garam masala and cook on low heat until all of the water evaporates and turns dry.
  • Serve this delectable and mouthwatering nati koli fry as a side dish with roti, naan, biryani, or ghee rice.

Notes

  1. I marinated the mutton for around 30 minutes; the longer the marination, the more tender the meat.
  2. This dish is delicious with gravy, semi-gravy, or dry. I prefer it to be dry, but if you want gravy, add water and boil for 5 minutes after the pressure cook.