Achari Mutton Recipe

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Total time 45 minutes

Preparation time 15 minutes

Calories 259

For all the mutton lovers, we have a mouth-watering, lip-smacking recipe for Achari Mutton that will treat your taste buds with an unforgettable burst of flavours. This dish is especially prepared during Vaisakhi for a traditional feast. Made using mutton, curd, coriander powder, red chilli powder, garam masala, turmeric, tomatoes, onions, chillies, and the achari powder, this dish is sure to entice and tantalise your palate and become an instant favourite. The red meat is a powerhouse of protein, vitamins, and minerals. Therefore, its no wonder that it comes with so many health benefits like improving stamina and endurance, boosting the immune system, and even supporting the nervous system health. A healthy dose of mutton can do wonders for your body, and the blend of spices in this recipe will make everyone fall head over heels for it. This dish is great for Vaisakhi lunch or dinner, but you can also serve it at kitty parties, buffets, potlucks, or special occasions. With this flavourful delight, get ready to receive tons of compliments for your culinary skills. So, if you want to prepare this delectable dish, follow us through this easy step by step recipe. If you enjoy this dish, you might also like our other recipes for Seyal Mutton, Mutton Stew, Mutton Dosa, or Roasted Mutton.

Ingredients

2 cup mutton

125 gm yoghurt (curd)

1 large tomato

2 tablespoon achari masala

1 teaspoon coriander powder

1 tablespoon refined oil

1 green chilli

3 teaspoon garam masala powder

1 pinch turmeric

1 large onion

1 teaspoon red chilli powder

salt as required

water as required

Preparation

Step 1

To prepare this recipe, start by washing the tomato, green chilli and onion under running water. Using a clean chopping board, chop up the tomato and green chilli, and slice up the onion. Next, put the chopped tomato and green chilli, and sliced onions, in a blender and blend it to form a smooth paste.

Step 2

Now, in a large bowl, add curd along with coriander powder, garam masala powder, red chilli powder, and turmeric powder and mix them well. Then, add the mutton pieces to the bowl and toss it to evenly coat the mutton with the curd mixture. Let it marinate together for about an hour.

Step 3

Next, take a pressure cooker over medium flame and heat oil in it. When the oil is hot enough, add the onion-tomato paste to the cooker and saute it till the raw aroma goes away. Then, add the achari masala and saute it for a minute before adding the marinated mutton pieces.

Step 4

Cook for a couple of minutes, or till the curd loses its moisture. Then, add a cup of water and season it with water. Mix everything and close the lid. Pressure cook this for 5-6 whistles.

Step 5

When the dish is done, transfer it to a serving bowl and pair it with naan or lacha paratha. Garnish with a couple of coriander leaves and enjoy!