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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3 thoughts on “Muli Mutton”
Eggs In Green Garlic
Originally submitted by Aspy from India.
Its a single persons or a bachlors recipe:
Green garlic 2or 3 strands chopped fine
Eggs, 2 beaten
ghee, 1 tblsp
salt as required
In a non stick pan heat ghee as it starts melting add the beaten eggs and the chopped garlic greens keep stirring remove from fire, sprinkleing salt. Serve with bread or make a grilled sandwich.
Indian Cheese Masala
shared by Sabari Krishna from Waterloo, On, Canada
100 grams cheddar cheese grated
50 grams mozzarella cheese grated
1 green pepper cubed
1 onion chopped
1 cup chopped green onion
1/2 cup carrot
2 table spoons of butter
1 table spoon of ginger and garlic paste mixed
salt for your taste
black pepper for your taste
add butter in the pan and let it melt and heat add onion and fry it when onion is half cooked add the ginger garlic paste and cook untill the ginger garlic smell goes then add green pepper and the carrot mix it leave it until the green pepper is half cooked add salt and pepper mix it then add the cheddar cheese mix it off the stove and let it melt in the heat of vegetables fill it in a bowl and put the green onion above the dish in the bowl add the mozzarella cheese above the green onion cook in microwave for 5 min then the masala is ready to serve.
(Ahmedabad, Gujarat, INDIA)
The recipe I want to contribute over here is the healthiest PIZZA, everyone can have anytime, in whatever quantity. Also this PIZZA doesn’t need an oven.
Ingredients (serves 4 people):
1. wheat flour (500 gms)
2. onion (3 medium sized, chopped)
3. tomatoes (3 medium sized, chopped)
4. capcicum (Peppers – 2 medium sized, chopped as long slices)
5. cheese cubes
6. oil (2.5 tbs)
7. tomato catchup
1. Take wheat flour in big bowl, add oil into it and while adding water, make a dough, slightly stronger (like bhakhri dough)
2. Divide the dough into medium sized circular pies and prepare a thin roti (dough) from it.
3. On gas stove, put a straight pane, let it get hot slightly. Now put the thin roti on it and let it be there for 1-1.5 minutes.
4. Once one side is slightly ready, turn it to the second side, and by giving pressure with a cloth, make it crispy while roasting.
5. Once one side is properly roasted, turn to the second side, apply tomato catch up on it. Add capcicum slices, chopped onions and chopped tomatoes on it and let it be there for 2-3 minutes (at this time, make sure the gas heat is very slow and the pizza is covered by some utensil on pan.
6. After 2-3 minutes, uncover the pizza, add cheese into it and let it be there for 1 minute
7. Serve hot !!!!