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Saturday, November 14, 2015
Tamil nadu village samayal Tamil samayal mutton kulambu
This is tamil nadu village samayal Tamil samayal mutton kulambu. I learned this recipe from my grandma who is residing at a village near Coimbatore. tamil nadu village recipes are famous for its spicy yummy tastes. Here is the easy recipe for Tamil samayal mutton kulambu
Tamil nadu village samayal mutton kuzhambu Ingredients:
Mutton: 1 kg pieces
Oil: 5-6 tablespoon
Sambar onions: 30-35 Sliced
Green chilly: 4 (vertically slit)
Curry leaves: 1 small bowl
Ginger paste: 2 tbsp
Garlic paste: 2 tbsp
Tomatoes: 5 –finely chopped
Turmeric powder: 2 tsp
Coriander leaves – finely chopped
Salt, and Water
Tamil nadu village samayal masala:
Cinnamon: 2 inch stick
Cardamom: 4 numbers
Fennel seeds: 2 tsp
For dry masala powder:
Dry red chili: 10-15. Take more chilies if you like spicy taste
Coriander seeds: 7-8 tbsp
Cinnamon: one small piece of stick
Fennel seeds: 2 tbsp
Whole peppercorns: 2 tbsp
Cumin seeds: 2 tsp
Cardamom podes: 7-8
Star Anise: 2
For coconut masala:
Coconut: 2 cups
Fennel seeds: 2 tbsp
Tamil nadu village samayal Preparation:
First make fine coconut paste by grinding coconut and fennel seeds. Use some water to make a paste.
Keep this paste aside. Take a heavy bottom pan and dry roast the ingredients under dry masala and then grind them in fine powder. Keep this powder aside.
Now add oil in pressure pan or pressure cooker and add whole spices mentioned under masala and fry them for few minutes. Now add finely sliced sambar onions and green chilies in the oil.
Fry all the ingredients well. Now add curry leaves and fry properly until the sambar onions turn golden brown in color.
Add ginger and garlic paste in fry well for 2-3 minutes. Now it is time to add salt and turmeric. Mix all the ingredients properly.
Add finely chopped tomatoes and fry till the tomatoes are mashed properly. Now add dry spice masala and fry again.
Now you have to add finely cleaned mutton pieces in the pan along with some water. Put lid on pressure cooker and take 5-6 whistles on medium flame.
After cooling open the pressure cooker and add coconut masala paste in the curry. Keep the gas flame low. Add more water if necessary. Mix the curry properly.
Cover the pan and let it boil for half an hour. You can see oil is separated from the curry. Add chopped coriander leaves and mix well.
Your spicy and tasty mutton curry is ready to serve. Garnish your mutton curry with onion rings and lemon slice. You can enjoy this curry with biryani or chapatti or rice or roti as a perfect sidedish.