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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


    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


    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.


Anonymous 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.