Sunday, July 10, 2011

Mutton Achari & Some Good News

Sorry to all my friends for not posting any recipe in the passing days as i was a bit busy with my lil kid..He is now 1.6 yrs old and he just wanna roam and explore all over the house..so u can understand how it is with a me...hee hee im nt complaining at all..as im really enjoying all his questions,his lil clear/unclear words, half sentences he utters, his lil steps of dance while listening music...i really enjoy every bit of his activities..and thats the reason i cdnt blog more...But today after making a gr8 recipe, i just cdnt stop myself from sharing it with all of u...so now im here to blog again after my son went to sleep.... :-)

The dish, Mutton Achari is a  hot and tangy mutton cuisine from the Awadh region of Uttar Pradesh, India....Some days back, when i was just changing the channels in TV, I saw  Mutton Achari cooked by one participant in a cookery show called Master Chef - I..after seeing, i just made my mind to cook this..and it really turned out as a very tasty and yummy recipe..I just made lil verifications with the chilli part as me and my hubby cdnt eat too much chillies...any ways its enough talking now...
lets go to the recipe part..and here it goes:-


Ingredients

500 gm mutton
4 tbsp mustard oil
2 large chopped onions
2 tbsp ginger-garlic paste
6 dried red chillies(I used only 2)
1tsp garam masala powder
1 tbsp coriander powder
1 tsp saunth powder
1 tbsp cumin powder
1 tbsp whole garam masala
(Cinnamon, cardamom(green+black), black pepper, Cloves )
1 tbsp khus khus paste
mint leaves for garnish
salt and water

Achar masala:

1 tsp onoin seeds,
1 tsp methi seeds,
2 tsp mustard seeds,
2 tsp fennel seeds,
1/2 tsp Ajwain seeds,
2 tsp dry mango powder,
salt with 1 tbsp mustard oil.
12 green chillies (Achar wali)
(I used only 2)
12 cloves


Method
 
Dry roast and then grind to make masala powder from all the seeds written for Achar Masala..
Mix the above powdered masala with mustard oil and dry mango powder and keep aside, this is the achar masala..
Slit and deseed green chillies and fill them with achar ka masala, seal them with cloves.


In a pan heat mustard oil and put whole garam masala.
Add onions and fry till brown.
Add ginger-garlic paste and fry another 2 mins.
Add all powdered masla and fry till oil come up.
Add mutton and fry on a high flame for 2 minutes.
Add kush khus paste and fry 2 more minutes.
Add water and salt and cook till mutton is nearly done.
Add stuffed green chillies and dry red chillies .
Cook till mutton is fully done and the gravy thickens.
Garnish with mint leaves.
Serve hot with roti/naan/paratha/rice/biriyani....enjoy... :-)

*Sending this to Shobha's Cook It Healthy


Good News:-

I am so happy to get awards from one of my friend Silpi who has a very delicious blog called It is tsty ma!...i will soon post all those awards in my blog...:-)

I am also very happy for being declared as the winner of an event  Healing Foods 's round up started by Krithi of Krithi's Kitchen , in which i sent ripe banana fritters... :-)

Will post all these exciting and hapywala things in details soon n my next post...till then do visit my blog and give ur sweet comments as always...tc and happy blogging...:-)

15 comments:

  1. congrats on the win
    delicious looking muttin achar

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  2. Dear Mugdha
    You are really going through the most memorable moments of life, enjoy thoroughly, every bit of it.
    It has been long since I cooked any achari meat . This recipe looks great , will give a try
    Bhala thiba

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  3. Congrats on the win and the Muttan Achari looks great.

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  4. congrats for winning awards
    mutton sounds very delicious

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  5. Yummy mutton preparation.......and congrats on the awards!!!!

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  6. Dear Mugdha
    Jadi time pao, tuma e mail address ta mo email re patheiba. ethi post Karibani... I cant access your profile...where u have the mail address. I just want to consult about BaDamba chhena PoDo, pahala Rasagulla , use of suji and Maida!also if you are around south east Calcutta .. there was a shop in 1970s at Tara tala ..New alipore crossing , which sold authentic chhena PoDo and Rasagula ...I want to know if the shop is still there...

    Bhala thiba,,,

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  7. wow beautiful pictures. That looks gorgeous and delicious.now i am hungry T.T i will try out the recipe^^

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  8. Congratulations Mughda for the awards. You have a gr8 collection of recipes. Was going through some of them .... the main attraction for me being the Mahaprasad. I had been looking for some authentic Puri Mahaprasad recipes .... looks like my search ends here :) Following u

    Happy Blogging !!

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  9. I am definitely bookmarking this recipe.

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  10. Such a cute age ~ take your time n enjoy! Lots of love to your little prince :)
    Congrats on the win , well deserved!
    US Masala

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  11. Congratulations Mughda. First time and you have a wonderful space.

    I recently posted a recipe for Mini Mango Cheesecake . Please have a look at it when you have time.

    -Lavanya.
    http://recipecongeries.blogspot.com

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  12. thanks for sharing.

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