Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Mutton Varutharacha Curry

Its aVarutharacha mutton curry preparation, where the masala ingredients are dry roasted and then ground to a smooth paste. More of a nadan (country) style cooking.Thus who like nadan fud will like it.


500 gm - Mutton / Aattirachi
4 to 5 - Green chili, slit in center
2 inch piece Ginger, chopped
Garlic choppedcloves
2 medium Tomato, chopped
4 medium onion,chopped
Coriander leafes some
1 sprig - Curry leaves
Salt to taste

To dry roast

1 cup - Grated coconut
1 tsp - Fennel seeds / Perumjeerakam
3 - shallot, chopped
Ginger, Garlic chopped 1 tsp
1 sprig - Curry leaves
3 tbsp - Coriander powder
1 tsp - Red chili powder
1/2 tsp - Turmeric powder
3/4 pepper powder
1tsp mutton masala
4 tsp of coconut oil


1 ) Pressure cook mutton along with green chili, ginger, Garlic , onion, tomato and curry leaves. Add some water to cook and add salt to taste.

2 ) Meanwhile, in a pan dry roast grated coconut along With the ingredients like Fennel seeds, shallot, Ginger, Garlic, Curry leaves. Roast till coconut turns to a light brown color.Now add other ingredients listed, and stir till the masala powders turn a deep colour.

3 ) Cool the roasted mixture and then add to a blender and grind to a smooth paste with water.

4) Add the ground paste to the cooked mutton. Add more water if necessary to get a thick gravy. Adjust salt to taste.

Serve hot with rice and papadam. Goes well with roti or porotta


Sarah Naveen said...

thazhe irikkunna puttu, ee mutton curryum onnu fedex cheyyu...kothi sahikkan pattunnilla...looks so delicious..

Gita said...

Curry sounds very interesting...looks tasty :)

Aparna said...

oh veendum manushyne kothipikan vendi..yummyyy hmmmmm..kollam di:)