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White Mutton Curry

White Mutton Curry is a popular Indian Curries
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Serves 2
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1 kg - Meat

100 gms - Cashewnut paste

100 gms - Khus Khus (poppy seeds) paste

100 gms - groundnut

1 tbsp - Ginger paste

1 tbsp - Garlic paste

2 Coconuts (milk extracted)

1 tbsp - Red Chilli powder

10 to 12 Green chillies paste

100 gms - Tamarind pulp

4 medium sized Onions

Curry leaves

salt to taste


  1. Boil the meat partially (half cook) with ginger garlic paste, oil and red chilli powder.
  2. Make cashewnut paste, groundnut paste and khus khus paste separately.
  3. Mix all three pastes with green chilli paste.
  4. When the meat is half cooked, add all these pastes to the meat and saute it on low flame till the oil separates.
  5. Add the coconut milk and cook for 5 mins.
  6. Then add the tamarind pulp. Cook for a while.
  7. Remove the vessel from heat. Cool it.
  8. Take a little oil in a pan. Add curry leaves.
  9. Let it splutter and fry till the curry leaves become black.
  10. Cool the oil and then put in the meat gravy.
  11. Serve the curry with basmati rice decorated with barista and coriander leaves.

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