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Mutton Mysore

The name itself shows you the origin of the food: Mysore. This is very aromatic dish.


Serves 4 to 5


As necessary                     Cooking Oil


Ingredients (A)

600 grams                          Mutton (cube)

2 tablespoons                Ginger (paste)

2 tablespoons                Garlic (paste)

As necessary                     Salt


Ingredients (B)

4 pieces                            Cardamom       

1 piece                              Cinnamon

4 pieces                            Cloves       

1 piece                              Star Anis


Ingredients (C)

1 teaspoon                        Fennel Seed

teaspoon                       Fenugreek Seed

2 sprigs                             Curry Leaves

1 piece                              Green Chilli (sliced)


Ingredients (D)

100 grams                        Shallot (finely sliced)


Ingredients (E)

1 teaspoon                      Chilli Powder

3 tablespoons                  Meat Curry Powder

50 grams                         Tomatoes (chopped)

1 stem                              Lemon Grass


Ingredients (F)

2 teaspoons                     Tomato Sauce

1 teaspoon                       Chicken Powder

As necessary                   Salt


Ingredients (G)

2 sprigs                            Coriander Leaves



1. Cut the mutton into pieces

2. Boil the Ingredients (A), until the mutton chop is tenderised and leave it aside. Do not dispose the liquid used to boil the mutton.

3. Heat the oil in a cooking pot and add in Ingredients (B).

4. Then add in Ingredients (C), after few seconds then add in the Ingredients (D), and fry it till golden brown.

5. Add in the Ingredients (E), with a small amount of mutton stock which is the liquid used in method 2, and then reduce the flame and fry it till fragrant and oily.

6. Then add in the Ingredients (A & F), and mutton stock (if its necessary) stir it until it very dry.Increase the flame.
7. Add in salt if its necessary.
8. Finish it off, with Ingredients (G), and simmer it.

Please Click Here And Refer To Tip E For This Particular Dish.


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Mutton Mysore.