Monday, April 26, 2010

MUTTON ROGANJOSH

































































INGREDIENTS

Mutton : 1/2 kilo
Curd : 250 grams
Onion : 5-6 pieces (medium size – finely chopped)
Garlic paste : 1/2 tsp
Ginger paste : 1/2 tsp
Tomato : 1 piece ( big size – finely chopped)
Salt : 1/2 tsp (as per taste)
Turmeric powder : 1/4 tsp
Cumin powder : 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder : 1/4 tsp
Chilly powder : 1 tsp
Cardamom : 6-8 pieces
Cinnamon : small piece
Clove : 5-6 pieces
Garam masala : 1/4 pieces


PREPARATION

• Marinate mutton with curd and keep aside for 1-2 hours
• Heat 8-10 tsp of oil in a kadai
• Pour chopped onions and fry it properly till it becomes brown in colour
• Add ginger paste and garlic paste and stir it well for 10-15 minutes
• Add turmeric powder, salt, chilly powder, coriander powder and cumin powder and mix it well
• Pour cardamom, cinnamon and clove and fry it for 15-20 minutes
• Pour mutton in kadai and mix it well
• Stir it again for 5-10 minutes
• Add tomato and then mix it well
• Cover the kadai for 20-25 minutes till the mutton becomes tender
• Remove the cover of the pan and scatter garam masala
• Serve it hot with chapati/rice

28 comments:

  1. My Mom prepares a similar Mutton recipe, and it is yummm !!!

    Your dish looks to delectable.

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  2. हम तो खाते ही नही जी

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  3. Delicious mutton gravy with a wonderful click which make me drool for some:)

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  4. Me, a pure vegetarian but this may interest my son who likes to try new recipes.

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  5. Wow lovely color and looks so yummy Babli....

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  6. Slurppp!!!!! wat a tempting rogan josh...makes me hungry..

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  7. Looks mouthwatering dear! Lamb is my favorite and only red meat that I eat.

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  8. Hi Babli, the dish looks so tempting...thanks a lot for sharing such a delectable dish..

    Thanks for visiting my blog too....keep in touch dear...

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  9. what a co incidence. yesterday only we were eating out and my brothers chose this dish. lovely recipe Babli and looks wonderful.

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  10. babli
    wowwwwww delicious mutton curry..making me hungry pls parcel this.. feel it eat it now..
    nice pic too.

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  11. Classic dish..got to try your version sometimes..

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  12. Wow Babli, this looks awesome...so tempting and yum :)

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  13. Wow.. ek aur swadist aur majedaar khana...

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  14. OMG Babli..I'm glad I stopped by...I LOve Mutton preparation of any kind..and ur Mutton RoganJosh is simply Exquisite..LOve the Click.

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  15. yummy recipe n tempting pic!

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  16. Wow! Nice color! Looks awesome and lovely click!

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  17. wow what a beautiful colour, lovely click and delicious gravy babli

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  18. ab tak aapka log kyon nahi diha..yahi to chaiye tha.apni aapke saath khoob jamegi.mere blog par aane ka shukriya..mutton roganjosh...ne josh bhar diya hai try karoogaa

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  19. sorry blog ko log likh baitha..actually dhayan mutton...par jo tha

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  20. Delicious one, looks awesome and yummy.

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  21. Looks delicious & very tempting. Very nice recipe.

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  22. Babli, thank you for your comment on my post.

    Tumi toh khoob bhalo variety-based ranna koro. Mocha baniye cho? Never in my life have I dared to do that!

    Btw, I have a Mutton Rogan Josh recipe on my Blog, its a little different from what you have done here. I have used dry ginger powder and saunf, the way Kashmiris make it.
    http://preeoccupied.blogspot.com/2010/03/mary-had-little-lamb-rogan-josh.html

    Eta dekhe bolo kerom laaglo. :-)

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  23. I dont knowi f thsi is the authentic roganjosh but surely looks too yummy and hard to resist

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  24. Nice colourful curry for non-veg..

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  25. Uff ki terrific rong hoyeche go Roganjosh er. Dekh khoob khete ichhe korche. Beautiful click.....
    Kamon acho?
    Deepa

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  26. Absolutely delightful color!
    Amon rong dekhe kar na khete icchay korbe!Darun!

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