If you are in the mood to try out something different with the mutton gravy, then do make this Soya Mutton. I made use of some soybean along with the usual spices and surprisingly it turned out spicy & yummy just the way I wanted.
This recipe is very easy, where you just have to marinate, simmer and pressure cook. Enjoy it with your usual plain steamed rice, jeera rice, plain pulao, naan, tandoori roti or just plain chapattis.
Actually I was on the lookout for a new version of a mutton curry, other than the usual stuff and I hit upon the idea of including soya bean. Hence I ground some soaked soya chunks and included in the marination. Be sure to marinate it overnight for a juicy delicacy.
I kept it very simple with just 3 easy steps that you need to follow - marinate, simmer & pressure cook and in no time you have a new creation to be devoured with any form of rice or Indian bread. Bon Appetit!!!
- 500 gms. mutton with bones, curry cut
- 1 onion, sliced
- 1" ginger
- 3-4 garlic
- 1 tomato, chopped
- 1 tsp. tomato paste
- 1 tsp. garam masala powder
- 1 tbsp. coriander powder
- 1 tsp. cumin powder
- 1 tsp; turmeric powder
- 1 tbsp. red chili powder
- 1/2 cup ground soya bean granules
- 1-2 potatoes, cut into half
- 3 tbsp. oil
- 1-2 bay leaves
- 3 green cardamoms
- 6 cloves
- 1" cinnamon stick
- 1 tsp. lime juice
- 1 tbsp. coriander leaves, chopped
Grind the onion, ginger, garlic and tomato into a fine paste by adding little water. Marinate the mutton with this paste along with tomato paste, ground soya and all the dry spices overnight.
Heat oil in a pan and temper with bay leaves, cinnamon, cardamoms and cloves. Add the marinated mutton and saute till the oil separates.
Add 1 cup water and pressure cook for 20-25 minutes on a low flame after the first whistle. When done, add the lime juice and serve, garnished with coriander leaves.