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Naadan Attirachi Curry!! (Kerala Village style Mutton Curry)

I haven’t posted any mutton dishes yet.Mainly since I am keeping away from all kinds of red meat for long now.But if I can speak from heart,I am a total carnivore by likes.I love all mutton/beef dishes of  Kerala.I mean, the original ones using coconut oil and shallots.Sorry to disclose but,I haven’t had any for long.Whatever you may say,if you have tasted the original Kerala style Beef fry or mutton olathu,no chance for you to keep away.Such a delight to have,such an explosion of delicacy to your senses.Believe me.
Here is one such mutton curry from Kerala villages.This is a thick spicy curry being neutralized by coconut milk.Typical Kerala..Try and see.

Ingredients
  • 1/2 Kg Mutton (along with bones) chopped
  • 3 medium sized onions sliced
  • 1 big tomato chopped finely
  • 2 medium sized potatoes chopped the size of mutton
  • 1 cup of thick coconut milk
  • 1 tbsp Ginger-Garlic paste (preferably home made)
  • 2 Green chillies cut lengthwise or according to your tolerence level
  • 20 gms of Whole Cinnamon (karuvappatta)
  • 15 gms of Cloves
  • 2 Green Cardamom
  • 2 tsp Aniseed (you may use powder too)
  • 3/4 tsp turmeric powder
  • 3 tsp chilly powder or according to your tolerence level
  • 4 tsp coriander powder
  • Curry leaves,oil and salt as required
  • Pinch of Garam masala powder to Garnish
Directions
  1. Wash the mutton pieces thoroughly under running water rubbing some maida/all purpose flour.Place it in a drainer and go on preparing other ingredients
  2. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed vessel and add whole spices (cinnamon,cloves,cardamom and aniseed) and allow it to splutter..be careful not to burn them.
  3. Now add chopped onion and saute well for 2mts.
  4. Add Ginge Garlic paste and saute well
  5. Put the slit green chillies and few curry leaves and saute them thoroughly till Onions turn light brown
  6. Add mix chopped tomatoes and mix well till it becomes soft
  7. Now start adding powders and take care not to burn them.Saute well till the raw smell disappear
  8. Mix in the chopped potatoes and let the masala coat well
  9. Add Mutton pieces,salt and mix,saute well for at least 5 mts
  10. Shift the entire preparation to a Pressure cooker (you may add little water washing the vessel) and cook it in a medium flame for 15 mts.
  11. Switch off the stove and allow cooker to cool
  12. Now open the cooker to see a well coated brown color masala coated mutton with divine aroma
  13. Check the seasoning and add salt if its necessary
  14. Add the thick coconut milk and allow it to boil
  15. Mix well till it turns to a thick masala and switch off
  16. Garnish with few curry leaves and Garam Masala.Keep it closed and serve hot whenever necessary
Serve hot with Puttu/Appam/Rice

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6 comments on “Naadan Attirachi Curry!! (Kerala Village style Mutton Curry)

  1. Jaisy James
    April 2, 2011

    wow superbbb nice recipe yummy

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  2. Authenticoriyafood
    April 2, 2011

    Wow…..thats one awesome mutton curry!!!! Me and my husband are sure gonna love this!!

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  3. Suja Sugathan
    April 3, 2011

    Puttu and attirachi is my favorite combo,this looks delicious,gravy is killing me..absolutely delicious

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  4. Only Fish Recipes
    April 3, 2011

    wow..mutton curry is just too delicious! I havn't hav mutton for quite some time….but I would love to try this recipe !

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  5. jijo
    December 19, 2012

    I am planning to serve mutton curry with Fried Rice. How many Kilo of mutton do i need for 20 people. Please let me know.
    Thanks

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  6. Mélange
    December 20, 2012

    Jijo,depends on people whom you serve.If theya re average eaters,3-4 kg will do.Otherwise go for 5.
    Thanks.

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