Sunday Mutton Curry

By: sonia.paul
Average: 5 (5 votes)
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Serves: 5 Prep Time: 10 Hours Difficulty: Easy Ingredients

900 gms goat meat

¼ cup sour yogurt

3 medium size onion, made to paste

2 teaspoon cumin powder

2 teaspoon chili powder

2 teaspoon turmeric powder

2 teaspoon dhaniya powder

2 tablespoon ginger paste

2 tablespoon garlic paste

½ teaspoon granulated sugar

6-7 tablespoon mustard oil

Salt to taste

Warm water

½ cup grated raw papaya

3 big size potato cut to quarters


Step1 Mix all the ingredients( ¼ cup sour yogurt ,1 medium size onion, made to paste , 1 teaspoon cumin powder , 1 teaspoon chili powder , 1 teaspoon turmeric powder, 1 teaspoon dhaniya powder , 1 tablespoon ginger paste,1 tablespoon garlic paste , 2 tablespoon mustard oil , ½ teaspoon salt) except the turmeric powder and oil in a big glass bowl.

Step2 Add the washed mutton pieces, and using your hand, coat the marinade evenly over the mutton.

Step3 Add the turmeric and salt and give it another round of mixing. Pour the oil.

Step4 Cover the bowl with a kiln film and marinate for at least 4 hours or you can also keep it overnight. Place it in the lower rack of your refrigerator •

Step5 Take out the mutton about an hour before yous start cooking, and bring it to normal temperature.

Step6 Heat oil in a large wok.

Step7 Coat the potatoes with a pinch of turmeric and salt and fry in that oil till the potatoes start to brown in places. Take the potatoes out and reserve for later.

Step8 Put in the slivered onions in the same oil and saute till they start wilting. Add the sugar and fry till the onions are caramelized.

Step9 Now, add the marinated mutton and stir to coat with the oil and onions. Add all the spices and grated papaya and give it a good stir.

Step10 Increase the flame to high, and start reducing the marinade, stirrinMake sure that the marinade doesn\'t stick to the bottom of the wok. g frequently.

Step11 The marinade will start to change color to a darker shade and so will the mutton. Once the marinade is almost dry and dark, pour in 2 cups of warm water and cover the wok with a lid. At this point, the mutton can be transferred into a pressure cooker or If a pressure cooker is not used,turn the flame low and slow cook for almost 1and1/2 hour but check in between.

Step12 Depending upon the mutton, the cooking time varies. Pour warm water as and when required.

Step13 Once, the mutton is half cooked, add the potatoes and cook till the potatoes are done.

Step14 Serve hot with warm white rice or luchi.