Tuesday, November 19, 2013

MUTTON SUKKA ( CHUKKA ) VARUVAL | MUTTON MASALA

Mutton chukka Varuval is a very famous Chettinad Recipe that is served in almost all the Non Veg Restaurants in Tamil Nadu . This recipe is inherited to me through my Mom . I have already Posted A Mutton Pepper fry recipe earlier . check out the Recipe by clicking here . Check out the Similar slightly different Version of Chicken Masala Recipe here .Check out all the Mutton Recipes in this blog here .  Off To Today's Recipe ..

Easy Mutton Masala  Recipe with step wise pictures

Ingredients:

  • Mutton ( Lamb Or Goat ) - 250 Grams , Chopped
  • Onion - 2 numbers , Chopped
  • Tomato - 1 number , chopped
  • Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tablespoon ( Click here For the Recipe )
  • Red Chilli Powder - 2 tea spoon
  • Coriander Powder - 1 tea spoon
  • Turmeric Powder - 1/ 4 teaspoon
  •  Coconut Milk - 1 cup
  • Oil - 1 table spoon
  • Whole Red chills - 2 numbers , split 
  • Fennel Seeds ( Sombu ) - 1 tea spoon .
  • Salt - To Taste

Tempering :

  • Oil - 1 table spoon
  • Curry Leaves - 1 spring
  • Cilantro Leaves - Few leaves , chopped

      Method:


      Take the pressure cooker . Heat oil .  Add the fennel seeds and fry for few seconds . Add the ginger garlic paste and fry till the raw smell goes away . Now add the chopped onions and whole red chills . Cook till the onion become soft .


      Now add the tomatoes and cook till they become soft .


      Add the chopped Mutton Pieces and the spice Powders like Turmeric powder , Red chilli Powder , Coriander powder  and Salt .Mix well .


      Now add the Coconut Milk . ( I used the ready made coconut powder to make this coconut milk . Please refer the notes section for more information )


      Cover with the lid and pressure cook the contents for 5 hisses or till the meat is tender . Now open the cooker and allow the excess water to evaporate till the contents become Semi dry .  Once the Gravy starts to become thick ,  Lets do the tempering . Heat the oil in a heavy bottom pan . Add the curry leaves and cilantro leaves .

      Nice aroma comes from the curry leaves . Now transfer this tempered contents to the gravy and mix well .Cook till the oil separates out from the gravy .


      Yummy Mutton Masala is ready !

      This recipe goes well with Naan Recipe and also with the flat breads and steamed rice .

      Notes :


      • Instead of using Coconut milk , Fresh coconut can be grinded with water and added directly to the gravy . Use about 1/2 cup of grated coconut  to make the fresh milk .

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      9 comments:

      1. Love this mutton sukka Preethi, very tempting and makes me hungry....

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      2. dont put tomatoes before cooking mutton ...it will take much time. so first make sure ur mutton is 70-80% cooked then u can add tomatoes so that it will give better taste and with less time

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        1. @Anon . Thank you Very much for your Tip .

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      3. Preethi, I have not seen the tempering with fresh coriander leaves. The snapshot looks very tempting.

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      4. Welcome sharing! I’ve been making mutton masala for a while and mostly on my special weekend.

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      5. Chettinadu mutton looks so nice. Mouthwatering. I am planning to make chettinad chicken tonight.
        Thanks for sharing.

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      6. On top of our list of fav dish will always be mutton. Its so tempting and perfect when paired with rice and rasam or sambar, Shall certainly give it a try for the next round of mutton at home.

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