This mutton recipe was originally submitted by Sheila Sharma from Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
Sheila says: Muli is a Hindi word and it means radish. This is a very delicious recipe and I’m sure you’ve not tried it before.
- 2 pounds mutton
- 8 tablespoons baddish, Muli paste
- 4 tablespoons onion paste
- 4 tablespoons tomato paste
- 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste
- 1 tablespoon garam masala powder, cardamom, and cloves
- 2 cups mustard oil
- red chili powder, as per taste
- salt, as per taste
- Boil the mutton with salt and set aside.
- Heat the oil and add the muli (raddish) paste. Do not add water, as the radish itself releases water. After the gravy reduces, add the ginger garlic paste, onion paste and tomato paste. Cook together for a few minutes.
- After sufficient stirring, when a nice smell of the masalas come, add the mutton pieces. Add red chili powder, salt and garam masala. Cook for a few minutes longer.
You’re done. Enjoy!
Not familiar with mutton? Mutton is an older lamb – therefore, a sheep.
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