My mutton curry recipe with dried fenugreek leaves

Last updated: October 23rd, 2022

Sunday’s menu has always been special for our family. And it’s all the more important now since all other days of the week I cook for the family in a jiffy and focusing on their health needs. After all, cooking takes a lot of your time on palate and when you are a working mom it’s a luxury to be honest. My husband had bought a kilo of mutton last Sunday for poila baishakh. I cooked half of it and half of it I had stored for the next Sunday. The mutton I had cooked on Poila baishakh was awesome. That was with the meat masala readily available in the market. But today I planned to cook something right from scratch. I had time of course in my hand. And yes something our family had never tasted before. It had to be original as well😊 So here goes my mutton curry recipe with dried fenugreek leaves.

Time required to cook mutton curry recipe with dried fenugreek leaves: 1 hour  (including marination)

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Ingredients to cook mutton curry recipe with dried fenugreek leaves:

  1. Mutton – 500 gms
  2.  1 big potato cut into halves
  3. 2 tbsp hung curd
  4. 2 tbsp dry fenugreek leaves
  5. 1 tsp red chilli powder
  6. 2 green chillies
  7. 10 garlic cloves
  8. 1 inch ginger
  9. 1 tomato
  10. 1 big onion sliced
  11. Whole spices: 1 black cardamom, 2 green cardamom, 1 cinnamon, 3 cloves, 1/2 nutmeg whole, 5 black pepper corns1 tsp cumin powder
  12. 1 tsp coriander powder
  13. Mustard oil
  14. Salt to taste
  15. 1 tsp cumin seeds

The method :: mutton curry recipe with dried fenugreek leaves:

  • Make a paste of all the whole spices mentioned in point #11 in ingredients list, garlic, ginger, tomato, green chillies
  • Now, Marinate mutton with the paste, curd, salt, dried fenugreek leaves  (kasauri methi)
  • Now, heat Mustard oil in a pan. Add the cumin seeds. Let it splutter
  • Add sliced onion and stir till they turn brown
  • Add the marinated mutton and rest of the marinades and stir cook till the oil starts to separate
  • Now in a pressure cook, heat water (2 – 3 cups). Now put the mutton inside the cooker. Add potato halves and close the lid of the cooker
  • Pressure cooker for 5 – 6 whistles or till the mutton pieces are cooked. Let vapour settle down
  • Now open lid and put mutton on simmer in the cooker for 5 – 7 minutes to get the gravy if your choiced consistency. Put off flame and serve hot!
  • A plate of boiled rice with it is just apt for your Sunday brunch
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