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Mutton chops


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Traditional Tamil meal consists of many side dishes to complement the main course of rice. A typical non vegetarian meal course consists of rice served with different types of Curries (Kuzhambu, Kulambu or whatever way you call that in Tamil) along with many side dishes made out of mutton, chicken or sea food. Chillies are probably one of the main ingredients in Indian Cuisine. The fiery heat is usually concentrated in the seeds. If you have a mild palate, you could de seed the Chilies before you add them to the recipe. The white Septae which looks like white streaks inside the green chili can be hot too - next to the seeds. Remove them as well if you like your dishes moderately hot. Red Kashmiri Chilies which are long and slender will offer less heat but add a rich red color to the food.


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Ingredients:

Mutton chops -250 grams
Onion -300 gms.
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tablespoon
Green chillies - 8 pieces (medium size)
Coriander - 1 bunch (big)
Black pepper - two spoons
Salt to taste.



Preparation

  • Finely cut onions and keep aside.

  • Slit green chilies.

  • Coarse grind pepper.

  • Wash coriander. Chop leaves and stems and keep aside.

  • Wash mutton chops. Drain well and keep aside.

Method:

  • Place a 4-liter pressure cooker on the stove. Add oil.

  • Add finely chopped onions.

  • Stir-fry. Add ginger garlic paste.

  • Allow the onion to turn brown. Add slit green chilies.

  • Fry for two minutes. Transfer mutton chops.

  • Stir the contents well. Cook on low flame for 5 minutes.

  • Add the chopped coriander leaves.

  • Add salt and pour water enough to cover the contents of the cooker.

  • Cook on low flame.

  • Wait for 5 whistles and then switch off.

  • A good side dish for roti, plain rice, fried rice, dhal rice etc.


South Indian Recipes -Mutton chops