Mom's Harra Mutton(Mutton With Green Masala)

This is one of mom's "THE BEST" recipes I've come across ever since I stepped into cooking shoes:) This dish can be made using chicken as well instead of mutton, equally delicious and I bet you it'll be enjoyed by one and all. It makes a fantastic meal with hot rotis on a cold ROMANTIC WINTER night.

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1hr 20mins
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directions

  • Heat oil/ghee in a cooker.
  • Fry garlic and ginger in the oil/ghee to a golden brown colour.
  • Add onions and fry to a golden brown colour.
  • Add turmeric powder, red chilli powder, garam masala powder, salt and cumin seeds (powdered).
  • Mix well.
  • Add the mutton pieces/mutton chops.
  • Fry well.
  • Add 3/4 cup of water.
  • Cook under pressure for 10 minutes.
  • In the meantime, to the yogurt, add the corriander leaves, mint leaves, methi leaves, spinach and green chillies (green masala mixture).
  • Remove pressure from the cooker.
  • Add the low-fat yogurt and green masala mixture to the mutton.
  • Cook over low heat till the gravy thickens.
  • There is no need to keep on stirring while the dish is cooking.
  • Serve hot with rotis (Indian flatbreads) on a cold ROMANTIC night!
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"This is one of mom's "THE BEST" recipes I've come across ever since I stepped into cooking shoes:) This dish can be made using chicken as well instead of mutton, equally delicious and I bet you it'll be enjoyed by one and all. It makes a fantastic meal with hot rotis on a cold ROMANTIC WINTER night."
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  1. Adnan khan
    Mam it was to delicious and yummy to in my home every one liked..even my all friends and my gf tooo i flt really happy...i want please try this also please mam....<br/>http://allyummyvegandnonvegdish.blogspot.in/
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  2. shelley13
    My husband is Indian so I made this hoping he would like it. We both ended up loving it! I'll be cooking this again...and again!
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  3. Ayame
    Very good! Me and my Indian husband really enjoyed it. Thanks
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  4. Mellowpuff
    I can't rate this highly enough - it was fantastic!!!! We had it with mutton (perfect match) & next time I'll try chicken to see what that's like. I'm really glad to have found this recipe. thanks so much for posting Charishma!
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  5. miss_rodrigun
    This was one of the only recipes I've had that has come close to replicating the amount of flavor in the dishes of my college town's local curry restaurant, where I used to work and get free food from during my senior year of college. Thank you so much!
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