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Lamb Meat : 500 Grams
Green (raw) Tomatoes : 300 Grams
Green Chillies (split) : 8 Nos.
Red Chilly Powder : 1 Table Spoon
Onion Paste : 1 Cup
Onion Pieces : 2 Cups
Turmeric Powder : 1 Tea Spoon
Sour Curd (yogurt) : 1 Cup
Refined oil : 300 ml.
Salt : As Required
Cilantro : 1 Cup

Ingredients for Spicy Paste : -
Cloves : 6 Nos.
Cardamom : 6 Nos
Cinnamon : 3 inch Piece
Coriander Seeds : 1 Table Spoon
Cumin Seeds : 1 Tea Spoon
Poppy Seeds : 1 Table Spoon
Finely chopped ginger : 1 Table Spoon
Garlic bulbs : 10 Nos.


1. Wash the mutton pieces. Apply turmeric powder, Sour curd, red chilly powder, two spoons of oil and one tea spoon salt to the mutton pieces and leave for marination.

2. Cut each green tomato into four or six pieces depending on the size.

3. Add all the ingredients of spicy paste and one cup of onion pieces to a grinding jar and grind into a smooth Spicy Paste.

4. Take oil in a deep bottomed pan and heat. Add the remaining cup of onion pieces and fry until they turn brown. Add the onion paste and also spicy paste. Fry till oil shows up.

5. Add the marinated mutton and Sufficient salt, mix well and continue cooking on medium flame till the mutton pieces are half done.

6. Finally add the green tomato pieces, green chillies and some water and simmer on medium flame till the contents are well cooked.

Top with Chopped green cilantro and serve hot.

Preparation Time: 40 Minutes Serves: 4 Persons
Recipe Origin: India
Submitted by:
MPR. Radhakrishna

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