Saturday, March 21, 2020

Kari Kambing Malaysia (Malaysian Mutton Curry)

Hi beautiful lovelies, recipe time, recipe moment right now. The recipe to? Yea. Kari Kambing Malaysia, aka, Malaysian Mutton Curry. Why, if you are asking me, why to a Malaysian version mutton curry? Oh-Well-Well-Well! I could have named this recipe as, Nava Sanam's or Nava Sutra's Kari Kambing or Mutton Curry. Then again. Because of my undivided love for my country, though "Malaysia My" can be crappy and complicated life style as well, aha, as in other countries as well, I decided to honor my born and bred and in no way, I will migrate to another country, my Malaysia.

Oh, by the way, for your utmost information, this mutton curry is my invention. Yes! Come of it guys. Don't doubt my cooking skills. You shouldn't actually. Instead, it should be, "Believe Me You". After all. Have I not showcased enough mutton curry recipes (Nepalese Mutton Curry & Peshawari Mutton Karahi) and mutton (Mutton Rendang) or lamb (Lamb Massaman Curry, Lamb Rogan Josh & Lamb Kofta Curry), by far, the substitute for mutton (Sate Kambing), cooked in various ways before (Shahi Mutton Curry, Mutton Bone Marrow Curry & Aloo Gosht)? Of course, without a doubt I have (Easy Mutton Curry). Alright. Enough said, anyway, I don't have much to say furthermore, except maybe, mutton curry is pretty much the love, if I am not wrong, in Indian households or if you want to melt the heart of your Indian sleeping partner, so that, he or she or it will be the best in bed, make this my version of Kari Kambing Malaysia (Malaysian Mutton Curry) by showering also aplenty of your love seductive juicy portion as well. 

1/2 kilo mutton
1 tbsp ginger paste
1/2 tbsp garlic paste
Some turmeric powder
Some water
**Pressure cook mutton to soften.

Other ingredients
1 1/2 Kashmiri chilli powder
1/2 tbsp coriander powder
1 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp fennel powder
A bit of black pepper powder
2 bay leaves
2 cinnamon
1 star anise
3 cloves
** Mix these ingredients with some water for a thick masala paste
2 big onion - slice
2 big tomatoes - slice
Some coriander leaves

Heat 2 tbsp oil.
Add onion.
Add masala paste and tomato.
Cook till oil floats.
Add mutton with the liquid.
Add salt.
Off the heat and add coriander leaves.

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