Kerala Style Mutton Stew

Mutton Stew

Kerala Style Mutton Stew

Mutton Stew

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Mutton

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By Maria Samuel

Published On: 25 Jun 2004

Rating: 3
36 Votes, 8 Reviews
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40 Minutes
Served : 5
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Extract 1 cup of thick coconut milk and 2 cups of thin coconut milk from the grated coconut.

Step 2

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 3

Add cinnamon sticks, cloves, onions and green chillies and stir fry, till onion turns brown.

Step 4

Add ginger and garlic and stir for a little while.

Step 5

Add the mutton pieces and stir further.

Step 6

Add the thin coconut milk, chopped tomatoes, poppy seeds and coriander leaves along with enough water and salt.

Step 7

Cover the pan and allow the contents to boil.

Step 8

When mutton is cooked and 3/4th of water is dried up, add the thick milk of coconut, lemon juice and boil well.

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Anish

Easy to follow! Great in taste! Thank you

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abdul salm

mouth watering !!!!!

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Maya

Excellent recipe. It was the first time i have ever made mutton stew and it came out superb!!! Thank you very much.

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Rithu

Excellent recipe!!! tried it today and it came out very well.

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nancy

very good and tsty, tried it for the first time, its so easy

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anu

its a very good recipe. i tried it and there was a very good outcome, eventhough i tried it the very first time.

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deby

I tried the recipe a few time and it tastes very good.

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siraj

i cooked it yesterday,it was very tasty.thanks for such a good recipe.

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jj

Why do you add coriander leaves?? Kerala cuisine normally uses curry leaves in stews.

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