2/01/2007

MUTTON KULUMBU (GOATMEAT KULUMBU)

Just to share with you

Here in USA we get nice mutton in Halal grocery stores. The lamb that we get in American grocery stores are not that good. So try this recipe with the halal stores mutton. Also if you buy muton don't keep it for many days in freezer so finish it off in 3 days.

Mutton Kulambo


Rice and Mutton Kolumbu


Ingredients

For cooking mutton

1. Mutton - 1 and 1/2 pound

2. Redchilli powder - 1/2 tsp

3.Turmeric podwer-1/2 tsp

4.Salt as needed

For grinding

1.Onion -1 (if you have small onions/red shallots/chinna venkayam then take that equalent to big onion/periya venkayam/ballari venkayam)

2.Corriander seeds -3 tsp

3. Jeera - 1/2 tsp

4. Red chillies -4 to 5

5. Curry leaves as needed

6. Grated coconut -2 tsp

7. Pattai/Cinamon sticks- 2

8. Cloves/Kirambu-2

9.Sombu- 1/4 tsp

10.Little turmeric powder

11.Oil as needed for frying above ingredients

For sauting

1.Oil - 1 tsp

2.Onion - cutted 1 cup

3. Curry leaves as needed

Preparation

1. Pressure cook the mutton with the ingredients mention under For Cooking mutton for 5 to 6 whistles with water.

2. Fry well all the ingredients under For Grinding grind that well.

3. Pour oil in Kadai.Heat and add cutted onions (optional) and curry leaves then add the grinded masala and pressure cooked mutton and cook for 10 to 15 mins so that raw smell goes away and gravy thickens.

4 Comments:

At 9:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Anitha,

The Mutton kulambu came really fantastic for me. I am not sure, whether I could make like this again. But I guess, I can, as I have just followed your steps.

Thanks for the nice recipe, I will keep looking for more non-veg recipes :)

Thanks,
Janaki

 
At 12:01 PM, Blogger Jihan said...

hey Anitha,
i just tried out ur 'mutton kulumbu' recipe today.. it came out well..
i liked it. is it tamil cuisine?

thanks,
jihan

 
At 4:12 PM, Blogger Anitha said...

Yes itz a tamil cousine

 
At 8:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Anitha,
I love mutton kulumbu. I add handful of mint leaves to all my meat items (mutton, chicken,etc) to take out the gamey taste. This tricks works very well. I am going to try your recipe. Thank you for posting.

Rumya

 

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