Mutton Rasam

Mutton Rasam:

Mutton is considered as one of the rich and tasty non-vegetarian dishes used in olden days broiler chicken is not preferred or bought to replace this taste mutton has its unique taste and flavor. Mutton was the main item served for the feast in a non-veg meal, nowadays mostly it has been replaced by chicken. Spicy mutton rasam is one of my mother’s special dish loved by all, this is more or less the same as chicken rasam. Easy to make with with little ingredients, only a few steps to be followed with care to enjoy this scrumptious mutton rasam.

Since meat contains a large amount of protein, this could be beneficial for our health protein is an important one for physical growth.

Mutton Rasam
Mutton Rasam


Mutton-1/4 kgm

Shallot-9 nos

Tomato big-1

Tamarind extract-2 tsp

Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp

Salt 1 1/2 tsp

Red chili-9 nos

Pepper-1/2 tsp

Cumin seeds-1/2 tsp

Garlic-3 pods

Coriander seeds-1/2 tsp

Curry leaves-2 twig

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  1. Wash and clean mutton, add salt and turmeric powder mix well and set aside.

2. Coarse grind pepper, cumin, coriander seeds, and garlic.

3. Cut dry red chilies with the help of scissors into small pieces.

4. Peel and cut onion and tomato.

5. Heat pan with oil, add cut dry red chilies fry until the seeds become golden yellow.

6. Now add curry leaves, onion, and marinated mutton to it saute it for 3 to 5 minutes approx.

7. Add tomato saute till it leaves its skin. (tomato and red chili should get cooked by the juice ooze out from mutton)

8. Now add 2 cups of water, tamarind extract, and salt required if any and pressure cook for 6 to 8 whistles.

9. When the steam releases, add crushed pepper, cumin, and garlic to it, allow it to boil for a minute and switch off.

Serve with plain cooked rice and enjoy.


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