Monday, May 3, 2010

Mutton Soup/Sup Kambing


What's on our menu card today lovelies? Honestly, I couldn't think of none, laziness maybe from my part, of course career pressure as well, yet, food must go on in our kitchen right? Right. Food in our kitchen definitely is better compared to food from outside. Look, I am not saying we shouldn't eat out, but home cooked meals (Home Made Curry Mee) are sincerely aplenty more delicious, aplenty cleaner and and aplenty more fulfilling. Conclusively. Unlike the previous Mutton Meatball Soup (Indian Mutton Meatball Soup), this Mutton Soup I believe is easier (Mutton Parathal, Indian Crab Soup & Crab Curry). Prepare the ingredients, once you have marinated mutton, get down on dicing and slicing the rest of the ingredients as to synchronise cooking timing,  thereafter do a tiny bit of cooking and let soup simmer. Additionally, trust me, such a soup can be stored in the fridge, better in fact for the tastes to arise and you can also scoop off the layer of fat atop. Mutton Soup/Sup Kambing as you can see, is wholesomeness. One pot dish which by far is substantial. In fact, Mutton Soup/Sup Kambing is not only a food joy during rainy weather, its also a pop tasty dish whenever you want to. 

Prepare mutton:
400grams of mutton (meat and bones - cut into bite sizes)
Marinate with
1 tbsp ginger paste
1/2 tbsp garlic paste
1 1/2 tsp turmeric (kunyit) powder
Set aside in the fridge for at least an hour.

Other Ingredients
1 medium size carrot (cubed)
3 sticks of celery (cubed)
3 small potatoes (cubed)

For Soup Base:
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp fennel powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp black pepper powder
1/2  tbsp meat curry powder
1 medium size onion (sliced)
1 medium size tomato (cut into 8 pieces)
Spices (cinnamon, star anise, cardamom & clove)
One handful of coriander leaves
1 tbsp oil
Salt for taste

Method
In a heated pot, pour oil.
Add spices, onion and mutton.
Stir and cook till oil splits. 
Now, add tomatoes and stir.
Pour 1 liter of water, stir, close with the lid and simmer over low heat.  
Open lid, add potatoes, carrots, coriander powder, cumin powder, fennel powder, black pepper powder and curry powder.
Season with salt. 
Stir, simmer till carrots and potatoes becomes tender.
Add celery and simmer for another 3-4 mins.
Off the heat and combine in coriander leaves.




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6 comments:

  1. visiting...
    Curry mutton is my favourite...
    mmm... looks yummy on your mutton soup! :P

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  2. Looks tempting & spicy ,goes well with chapathi & rice.

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  3. Always game for it.... lovely... mutton anyway

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