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Showing posts from September 26, 2011

Mutton Varuval

In throne mutton again. See I told you? You can't possibly separate mutton from Indians like us ( Mutton Parathal , Pepper Mutton Curry , Indian Mutton Meatball Soup & Mutton Soup )? No, you can't. I am okay, but my other half-half? He is out rightly a mutton lover. So? Instead of repeating the same mutton dish, I try to coin new dishes ( Mutton Dalca , Mutton Kurma , Masala Mutton Curry & Mutton Keem a ). Mutton Varuval of course obviously is a dry style and believe me, there's various ways and various styles according to your preference. Mine version is a twist. A twist in the sense that I added dark soy sauce and almond powder. Of course, almond powder or even paste can be replaced by cashew nuts or kas-kas, if you want to. But the end result will still be succulent mutton coated in a dry style spicy gravy and scented by coriander leaves ( Vegetarian Mutton Varuval ).