It is undeniable that Mutton enjoys an enthusiastic fan base among non-vegetarians. Meat is special in itself-it’s flavorful, juicy, rich and you can easily turn most of your diet into a luxurious dish. It is usually cooked slowly due to its slightly tough texture, but most mutton curries are tender and ooze out due to the long cooking time. From Kosha Mangsho to Laal Maas, the diversity found across the country is enough to captivate the tastes of all mutton curry lovers.
Mutton curry is popular among non-vegetarian lovers
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Here’s another decadent mutton curry that you can add to your favorites list today. Coming from Maharashtra, it is popular in the area and is called Black Mutton Curry (Kalamaton). The curry is named after the black / dark brown gravy sauce made without any Haldi or red pepper. The specialty gravy is made from charred onions and coconut to give the curry a raw smoky flavor that is perfectly balanced with the whole spice. Made with minimal ingredients, this mutton curry is the perfect option if you want to taste the real taste of mutton with a mild kick of rustic spices. seems interesting? Try the recipe today.
How to make black mutton curry l Black mutton curry recipe:
Take a piece of soft mutton in a bowl and marinated in a green paste made of ginger garlic, tofu, coriander leaves and chili peppers. If you have time, leave it for at least 30 minutes or overnight.
For black paste, roast a little coconut and onions on a gas stove or open flame. Grind this into a paste with minimal or no water. Add oil to the pan, mix all ingredients and cook the whistle 4 times on medium heat. Boil for another 10 minutes to heat.
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There you have it, that’s how you make a simple and authentic Maharastrian recipe for your next meal.