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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Capsicum Mutton Masala

Every one is familiar with Mutton-Potato Masala which is done often at home to make-up the quantity of Mutton Masala.Try a different finger-licking Combo Mutton preparation and Enjoy the unique flavor of Capsicum pairing-up  with mutton to make this Masala a tempting treat.I just love this simplified way of using minimum spices with Capsicum Pieces to maximize the quantity of the Gravy.And it comes out very delicious in the end.This is a semi-dry preparation.This serves 4 and can be served with rice,Bread or Indian Bread like chapati etc.Enjoy ur meal!.Bon Appetit!.

Capsicum Mutton Masala - Semi-dry Mutton Masala cooked with Capsicum pieces and spices

Ingredients

    300 gm boneless mutton pieces
    1 Capsicum - sliced after deseeding
    (1 clove,1 cardamom,1 cm cinnamon stick- crushed)
    2 tbsp grated coconut pasted with 1/2 tsp fennel seeds
    1 tsp fresh ginger - garlic paste
    1 onion - sliced
    1 tomato - sliced
    2 red chillies
    1 tsp Aachi mutton masala powder
    a pinch turmeric powder
    1/2 tsp white pepper powder
    1 tsp or needed salt
    4 tsp refined oil
    few curry and coriander leaves
    1 cup water

Directions:

    1.Clean the mutton pieces and Keep it aside.
    2.Heat 2 tsp oil in a pressure pan, add the crushed clove + cardamom + cinnamon stick.Then, add the sliced onions,ginger-garlic paste,curry leaves and sliced tomatoes.Saute this for 2 more mins.
    3.Add the mutton pieces and 1 cup water and  the mutton masala powder,turmeric powder and salt.
    4.Mix the pieces well with the spices.
    5.Cover and pressure cook for 12 mins on good flame or upto 5 whistles.
    6.Meanwhile, Saute the Capsicum slices in the remaining 2 tsp oil with a pinch of turmeric,2 red chillies and a pinch of salt.After stirring it for 2-3 mins add the coconut paste and stir it for a min.
    7.Then open the Pressure pan lid and add it to the Capsicum pieces and saute it till it becomes dry or semi-dry - adding coriander leaves and 1/2 tsp white pepper powder and stir-cook for 5 more mins on good flame till oil separates on top.
    8.Very tasty Capsicum flavored mutton is ready to be served with rice,Bread or Indian Bread like chapati etc.

2 comments:

confusedyuppie said...

cant i use MDH instead of the aachi masala. which is better?

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Hi CY, I never tried MDH.U can use any good Mutton Masala in this recipe.U and ur Family will be tasting the outcome of this recipe,so the blending spices shd suit your(family's) taste.