Food blogger Jofy Abraham shares this traditional breakfast recipe. You can share yours too!
To get the incredible flavour, mutton pieces are slow-cooked in coconut milk and Kerala spices.
Here's a step-by-step recipe for breakfast Mutton Stew:
Cooking time: 40 minutes
- 1/2 kg mutton, cleaned and cut into medium sized pieces
- 10 to 15 small onions
- 1 tspn ginger, chopped
- 8 garlic pods, chopped
- 1 tsp pepper powder
- 1 tsp garam masala
- 1 tspn turmeric powder
- Half coconut
- 1/2 tsp vinegar
- 4 green chillies, finely chopped
- 1 potato thinly, sliced
- Few curry leaves
- Add mutton pieces, curry leaves, small onions, ginger garlic, green chillies, pepper powder, garam masala, vinegar, turmeric powder, 1/4 cup water in a pressure cooker.
- Cook for two whistles on high flame and two whistles on low flame.
- Extract one cup of each -- thick and thin coconut milk.
- Coat the potato slices with chilly powder, turmeric powder, salt and shallow fry them. Keep them aside.
- Once the whistles are done, open the pressure cooker.
- Strain the juice that has come from the cooked mutton and keep it aside.
- Heat a pan with 2 tbsp oil. Add the mutton pieces and sear on flame heat for five minutes. Keep stirring constantly.
- Once done, remove the mutton and keep it aside.
- In the same pan, add mutton juice, thin coconut milk and let it boil for two minutes.
- Add the seared mutton pieces and allow the gravy to boil for the next 5 minutes in medium flame.
- Finally add thick coconut milk and fried potato chips.
- Check salt and add if required.
- Stir well and turn off flame.
- Garnish with coriander leaves. Serve hot with aapams/bread/rotis/dosa.
- Do not cook after adding thick coconut milk.
- Adding potato is optional.
Photographs Courtesy: foodieadamcookieeve.com
Want to share your favourite recipe? Simply e-mail your recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: My Fav Recipe) with your name, hometown and any interesting details about the origin of the recipe, along with a photograph of the recipe, if possible. We'll publish the best preparations right here on Rediff.com and India Abroad.