It cannot be denied that mutton has an ardent fan base among non-vegetarian lovers. The meat itself is special – it is delicious, succulent, rich and can easily turn most of your meal into an indulgence. Typically, slow-cooked due to its slightly tough texture, most mutton curries are tender and full of flavor due to their long cooking times. From Kosha Mangsho to Laal Maas, the variety found across the country is enough to sate the tastebuds of all mutton curry lovers.
Mutton curry is a favorite among non-vegetarian lovers
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Today we have another Rotten Mutton Curry which you can add to your list of favourites. It comes from the state of Maharashtra and is a regional favorite, it is called – Black Mutton Curry (Black Mutton). The curry gets its name for its black/dark brown colored gravy which is made without using any turmeric or red chilli powder. The special gravy is prepared using burnt onions and coconut which gives a raw smoky flavor to the curry which is perfectly balanced with the whole spices. Made using very few ingredients, this mutton curry is the best option if you want to savor the authentic taste of mutton with a mild kick of earthy spices. it looks interesting? Try the recipe today.
How to make Black Mutton Curry
In a bowl, grind the mutton soft and add ginger-garlic, curd and green coriander and chilli paste and mix it. Let it sit for at least 30 minutes or overnight if you have time.
To make black paste, lightly fry the coconut and onion on the gas stove or set it on fire. Grind it into a paste with little or no water. Put oil in a pan and mix all the ingredients together and let it cook on medium flame for 4 whistles. Let it boil for another 10 minutes and serve hot.
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There you have it, that’s how you make an easy and authentic Maharashtrian recipe for your next meal.