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Today I am sharing an easy-peasy, yet a very tasty recipe. The name of the recipe is mutton pepper roast. So do try sometime at home and do not forget to share your experience at the comment box below.
Mutton – 1 kilo (Chops)
Onions – 5 to 6 medium sized, cut into roundels
Green Capsicum – 5 cut into roundels
Tomatoes – 3 to 4 medium sized cut into roundels
Green Chillies – 8 to 10 slitted
Salt & Sugar for seasoning
Freshly Crushed Black Pepper – 2 to 3 tbsp
Ginger-Garlic Paste – 1 tbsp
White Oil – 2 Cups
Whole Dried Garam Masalas :
Whole Dried Red Chillies – 4 pcs
Black Peppercorn – 10 pcs
Green Cardamom – 6 pcs
Black Cardamom – 2 pcs
Dried Bay Leaves – 4 pcs
Cinnamon Stick – 2 pcs
Mace – 3 to 4 strands
Star Anise – 2 big pcs
- Marinate the mutton pieces with the ginger garlic paste and some salt. Leave it for 2 hours.
- In a pressure cooker, add in all whole dried garam masalas and the marinated mutton pieces. Sprinkle some salt. Submerge these in water. Let the pressure cook until it’s tender.
- Now take a fry pan. Heat some white oil to shallow fry.
- Start frying in separate batches of the roundels of onions, tomatoes and capsicum with a sprinkle of salt. Keep in mind not to over cook them. Do not turn them mushy.
- Now keep them separately.
- Fry the slitted chillies too. Keep them aside.
- Now as the pressure releases on its own, open the cooker. Strain the mutton pieces. Save the mutton stalk.
- Take the same pan. Add in some more oil and heat it.
- Now shallow fry the mutton chops till they get a beautiful golden brown charred on each side.
- Once done, add in the fried roundels of onions, tomatoes and capsicum along with the chillies. Sprinkle some salt. Add in the freshly crushed black pepper powder. Mix everything quickly on high flame.
- Add in some stalks and mix them.
- Now check the seasoning once it starts bubbling.
- It is more like a semi dry fry with oil coming out from the edges. Once the oil starts coming out after reducing the stalk, add some more black pepper and mix well.
Serve hot with Pilaf, Basanti Pulao, Fried Rice, Butter tossed Rice, Burnt Chilli Garlic Rice, Parantha, Luchi & Rumali Roti.