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Afrodisiac Drumsticks And Mutton Curry

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Afrodisiac Drumsticks And Mutton Curry Recipe, How To Make Afrodisiac Drumsticks And Mutton Curry Recipe

Afrodisiac drumsticks and mutton curry is a relish mutton curry which is cooked in combination with drumsticks. The meat becomes succulent and flavorful.

Mutton Curry is a wonderful meat curry, yummy, possessing exceptional tastes of their own, not very spicy. This curry has a superb blend of whole spices included into the curry infusing the gravy with its quality in to the mutton in addition to few others spices included into. The curry is also added in with little vinegar and tamarind juice to make sure that it held up for few days.

 

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About Recipe

How to make Afrodisiac Drumsticks and Mutton Curry

(3 ratings)
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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
45 mins
Total time
55 mins
Afrodisiac Drumsticks and Mutton Curry
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Lamb
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : July 25, 2018


Ingredients used in Afrodisiac Drumsticks and Mutton Curry
• Dry coconut powder - 1 tablespoon.
• Tomatoes(chopped) - 1 cup.
• Ginger garlic paste - 1 tea spoon.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Onion chopped - 2 numbers.
• Oil - as required.
• Cumin seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Mutton - 500 grams.
• Drumsticks (medium size) - 2 numbers.
• Garam masala powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1/2 bunch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Coriander powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Red chili powder - 1 tablespoon.
Method:
  • First, cook the meat in a pressure cooker till 70% cooked.
  • Heat oil in a pan add cumin seeds, chopped onions, salt, cook this till onions are golden in color, add turmeric, ginger garlic paste, cook it till raw flavor is gone.
  • Add drumstick, coriander powder, red chilly powder, tomatoes, put the lid on let it cook for 3 to 4 minutes, add dry coconut powder mix it up and add mutton (70% cooked) put the lid on and cook it for 10 minutes.
  • Then add garam masala powder, coriander leaves, switch off the flame.

Serve it with rice.






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Mutton Curry is a wonderful meat curry, yummy, possessing exceptional tastes of their own, not very spicy. This curry has a superb blend of whole spices included into the curry infusing the gravy with its quality in to the mutton in addition to few others spices included into. The curry is also added in with little vinegar and tamarind juice to make sure that it held up for few days.

 

Mutton curry is an Indian curry recipe that's prepared from mutton and veggies and came from Bengali cuisine. Key ingredients of mutton curry consist of mutton, onion, tomato and spices.

 

Mutton curry was initially prepared, heated with a fire in a large pot. Now, it may be cooked utilizing pressure cookers and crock pots. Mutton curry can be offered with rice.

 

Tips for Cooking Mutton:

 

  • Most mutton curries need slow cooking on low heat to maintain its wetness, juices and tenderness. Meat need to very first cooked above high temperature to seal juices after which cooked until soft on low heat.

 

  • One other thing that you need to remember is when to include salt. Don't include salt to the meat prior to cooking it. Salt pushes the juices out and prevents browning. You need to add salt midway through cooking.

 

  • Mutton of the younger animal is soft and is more enjoyable. It's pink in color having a firm but gentle texture. Whether it looks red and 'wrinkled', it'll be hard.

 

  • Keep a pan of water near to the barbecue to maintain the meat moist while being grilled.

 

  • While making kebabs, marinate the meat for a longer time. This can stop the kebabs from getting tough and chewy. Also, refrigerate the kebabs for a few minutes prior to frying. It will help in binding them and provides them a good texture.

 

 

Variation:

 

  • Kosha mangsho is the Bengali variation. It typically has a lesser amount of juice and much more gravy than other mutton curries. This dish is ready in the kosha style, that involves keeping the mutton's taste and moisture making use of slow cooking and sautéing techniques.

 

  • Railway Mutton curry is a well-liked and a little spicy food was offered generally in most Railway Refreshment rooms and also on long-distance trains together with Bread and Dinner rolls.

 

  • Mutton and Ridge gourd curry is a wonderful meat preparation with mutton cooked with ridge gourd in the tasty and hot masala gravy. This dish is typically referred to as Beerakaya mamsam.

 

  • Cucumber Mutton Curry, mutton coupled with yellow-colored cucumbers to have a fascinating experience and goes perfectly with rice

 

  • Drumsticks and Mutton Curry, meat fans will enjoy this mutton curry that is cooked along with drumsticks. The meat will become delicious and tasty through the slow simmering to soak up the spices and also the drumsticks provide the taste buds a great tingle. Super easy preparation and makes a good curry with hot rice or roti.

 

Roasted Mutton Curry, mutton rich in gravy of hot and spicy mince, soaked with exceptional spices.

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elvischem trailpilot Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

omg 1st again !!!

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Tropically Happy! Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

Alas, the difference in cultures in exemplified here. I saw aphrodisiac drumsticks and almost ran to the store to get me some chicken! Wonder if chicken will ever become an aphrodisiac?????

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Kamila Mu Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

HI Chef , my mother use to prepare this recipe , she use to add brinjals with this , brinjals+drumstick+ mutton hmm hmm hmmm as you say :) i love this gravy flavor. thanks for the recipe..:)

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Prem Swaroop Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

Please dont ever use the phrase "I hope you enjoyed todays' session...". You are the one who enjoys yummy food at end of each show.......

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shrusti k Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

aphrodisiac..:O

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Kumar Bala Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

What energy u have, love the way cook.

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Dua Amin Posted on Wed Jun 26 2013

Vah chef, lol, try viagra!

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borneofthemist Posted on Wed Jun 26 2013

The eyebrows XDDD

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ayuryaam Posted on Sun Jun 30 2013

Made this today. Yummy.Everybody liked it so much. Thank u chef.

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staygulf83 Posted on Sun Jul 14 2013

"You can see that the raw flavour is all gone". Oh yes I can see that!!

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Abitha S Posted on Fri Aug 16 2013

tthis is traditional muslim recipie add some brinjal this flavour is too good chef thank chef

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Krishna Veni Posted on Fri Aug 22 2014

U r always super. ..vah chef...?

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