Sunday, November 21, 2010

Mutton Keema


Simply said, basically said, mutton keema, obviously, as the name of the recipe has suggested, showcases mutton as the main ingredient. But its not the mutton pieces, instead its minced mutton. Whichever, either you buy mutton and mince it or you can opt for the already minced one. Really, its up to you. I am not sure if the market mutton man is willing to mince, I am however certain you can buy minced mutton at the supermarkets. Some good quality ones as well (Mutton Parathal PotatoesMasala Mutton CurryDalca and Mutton Kurma & Mutton Ball Soup). I of course opted for the already minced for time saving. What else is new for me? Timed definitely is the essence, any little time saved makes a difference, don't you think so? I bet. In fact, with already minced mutton, making Mutton Keema is like on the go. Cooked alongside potatoes and the customary Indian ingredients, spices and all things nice, Mutton Keema I reckon will be at your pleasure.  Mouth packing explosion of tastes!

Ingredients
3 potatoes (sliced thinly and fried)
300g minced mutton
1 1/2 tbsp plain chilli powder (or as you prefer)
1/2  tbsp ginger paste
1 tsp garlic paste
10 shallots (sliced)
1 tsp turmeric/kunyit powder
1 tsp black pepper powder
1/4 tsp garam masala (all spice powder will also do)
3-4 tbsp oil
One handful of coriander leaves (sliced)

Method:
Into minced mutton, add all ingredients except oil, fried potatoes and coriander leaves. 
Heat oil and when heated, add shallots and mutton.   
Keep frying while breaking minced mutton with a spatula. 
Cook till oil splits and at the same time, scoop/drain out the oil floating on top.   
Lastly, stir in fried potatoes and coriander leaves.
Dish out.


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5 comments:

  1. Love this! As a filling in a sandwich or a paratha roll its the best!

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  2. It look great looks amazingly delicious

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  3. Looks so tempting. Minced mutton and Potato is a really nice take!!

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  4. Great recipe!Nice combination of Mutton and Potatoes.

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