Mutton Kulambu Recipe

Mutton Kulambu Recipe

As we know that Eid ul Fitr is coming in few weeks so do you want to cook special and tasty dishes on this Eid ul Fitr, then read out the complete Mutton Kulambu recipe. As we know that there are so many traditional and easy ways to make mutton. Mutton is considered to be the most popular and favorite staple for making Pakistani dishes. Pakistani housewives prefer to use mutton as compared to chicken in their dishes. The reason is that mutton has a favorable and unique taste. The tastiest mutton recipes are Mutton Pulao, mutton kebab, mutton karahi etc.

In this post, we are discussing the recipe of Mutton Kulambu. Well, mutton kulambu is a finger licking and tasty dish. It is the popular Pakistani BBQ dish. For cooking authentic and tasty mutton kulambu, you need freshly ground masala, chili powder etc.

You can serve Mutton Kulambu with naan, roti, and paratha. In short, we can say that Mutton Kulambu is a tasty dish. So, if you want to make your Eid parties special then just read out the complete Mutton Kulambu recipe below in English. So, don't waste your time and just try this recipe for your family and friends.

Mutton Kulambo Recipe

INGREDIENTS

  • Mutton- 300 grams (boneless)

  • Curd- 2 tbsp.

  • Ginger garlic paste- 1 ½ tsp.

  • Salt- ½ tsp.

  • Turmeric- ¼ tsp.

  • Red chili powder- ½ tsp.

  • kisan canola cooking Oil- 1 ½ tbsp.

  • Green cardamom- 2

  • Cinnamon stick- 1 inch

  • Onions- 1 cup (finely chopped)

  • Tomatoes- ¼ cup (pureed)

  • Green chili - 1 (slit)

  • Meat masala- 2 tsp.

  • Water- ½ cup + 2 tbsp.

  • Curry leaves- 15-18

  • Fresh coriander- 1 tbsp. (chopped)

RECIPE

  •  In a bowl add the curd, ginger garlic paste, salt, turmeric and red

    chili powder. Mix the ingredients really well.

  • Add the mutton pieces to the marinade and let the mutton marinate for at least 2-3 hours in the refrigerator. Though it is best if you could marinade the mutton overnight.

  •  Before you start cooking remove the meat at least 30 minutes’ prior to the refrigerator.

  •  In a pressure cooker heat some oil and toast the cinnamon and the cardamom for 2 minutes.

  •  Now add the chopped onion to the oil and cook until the onion is golden in color.

  •  Add the marinated meat to the pan and cook the mutton for at least 5-7 minutes on a low flame.

  •  Now cover the pan and let the mutton cook for 10-12 minutes on a low flame. After 10 minutes you will see that the Mutton has started releasing the moisture. Now add the meat masala and cook for another 2 minutes.

  •  Now add the curry leaves and the tomato puree to the Mutton.

  • Continue cooking for another 7-10 minute so that the tomatoes are completely cooked and incorporated with the curry.

  •  Add water and pressure cook the mutton for 3-4 whistles. Make sure to cook it on a medium flame.

  •  Now turn off the flame and let the pressure subside before you open the pressure cooker.

  •  If the curry is too runny to your liking you can simmer it until it is thick.

  •  Garnish the mutton curry with chopped fresh coriander.

  •  Serve the mutton curry with roti, rice, naan or paratha.


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