Bengalis love for mutton is boundless. This delicious mutton curry recipe has no spice in it. Cooked in simple turmeric powder and salt alongside Peyazkoli, this mutton curry is an absolute delight. This recipe is easy to cook and is very good for health due to the composition of zero spice. There’s no need of Garlic cloves and Chilli to cook this recipe.
My mother was thinking about trying something different in our Sunday mutton curry. She generally pressure cooks the mutton before tossing in a rich gravy of tomato, onion, garlic cloves and spices . My father prefers light curry. So to impress him, my mother planned this recipe.
Peyazkoli, onion flower stalk , are widely available in Kolkata during the month of November, December. Mostly eaten stir fried, this vegetable makes awesome curries with Chicken and mutton.
Chop onion flower stalk into small pieces.
Perboil potatoes before cooking the curry.
- 300 gm Mutton
- 1 tsp Turmeric Powder
- 1 Tsp Garam Masala Powder
- 10 pieces Onion flower Stalks
- Salt and sugar to taste
- 1 Tsp Turmeric Powder
- Mustard Oil
- 1 Tomato
- 1 Onion
HOW TO COOK MUTTON CURRY
- Wash mutton pieces. Put it in pressure cooker. Chop onion into dice and put it in pressure cooker as well. Pressure cook the mutton for 20 minutes.
- Chop tomato into thin slices and make paste.
- Pour Mustard oil in pan. Chop onion flower stalk into small pieces and put them in pan for frying.
- Perboil potato cubes and put it in pan as well. Keep frying in medium flame.
- Make paste of tomato and put it in pan as well.
- Add pressure cooked mutton pieces.
- Mix with the masala paste and onion flower stalk pieces.
- Cover with a lid and cook for few minutes.
- As mutton and potato gets cooked, add water.
- Noe cook on high flame till water starts boiling.
- Check the taste of gravy. Cook in medium flame till water absorbs all the flavour.
- Sprinkle 1 tsp Garam Masala Powder and finish cooking.
So, it’s an easy recipe. If not Garam Masala add dollops of ghee before finishing the recipe.
Do try this recipe and share your experience with me.