More than meats the eye: 10 mutton recipes to cook on repeat
An easy starter to prepare, these mutton chops require taking the meat and marinating it in a paste comprising coriander leaves, garlic, black pepper, cinnamon, green chillies, ginger and spices. Click here for the recipe.
Lamb galouti kebabs
Lucknow's galouti kebab is one appetiser that we cannot get enough of. To add this melt-in-the-mouth recipe to your table, check out our take on the staple. Click here for the recipe.
Peshawari chapli kebab
Chapli kebab can be made with any meat like beef, mutton or chicken. Ours is with minced mutton. Click here for the recipe.
One of the most popular mutton preparations, bhuna gosht is a dish made with slow-cooked mutton in an onion gravy with lots of spices and ghee. Click here for the recipe.
Mutton dhaniwal korma
Dhaniwal korma is a rich and creamy Kashmiri curry consisting of an onion-puree base flavoured with garlic, cardamom, cloves, turmeric powder, coriander, salt and pepper. Click here for the recipe.
Kaala mutton or black mutton is a popular Konkani curry and derives the name from its appearance due to the generous use of black pepper. Click here for the recipe.
Mutton rogan josh
The popular mutton rogan josh from Kashmir is a thick, aromatic red gravy made with spices and cooked till the meat is tender. Click here for the recipe.
This is by far one of the easiest recipes on this list. To make your own succulent mutton frankie, click here for the recipe.
Sukka mutton literally translates to dry mutton and is ideally paired with naan or roti. Click here for the recipe.
Keema-pav is an all-time favourite, be it for a quick, on-the-go bite in college or office, or even for a lazy breakfast on a Sunday afternoon. Click here for the recipe.
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