I am not a great fan of Mutton but there will be few recipes that sweeps us off .This is one such dish. I have no idea of this recipe unless I saw it here. As soon as I came across this dish I found it so unique and special, without any second thought I decided to try and I loved it to the core.
This is a slow cooked recipe, we will not get the desired taste and flavour if it is cooked in a hurry, so give the dish its own time.The dish is named as “Kutha” weird right ,I have no idea why it is named so. Now let’s get started!!
Other Mutton Recipes:
Kutha meat recipe
Recipe Cuisine: Indian | Recipe Category : Side Dish
Prep Time: 20 mins | Cook Time : 30 mins | Serves :3 |Author :Sharmila
Boneless Mutton – ¼ kg
Small onions – ¼ kg
Green Chilli – 7-10
Ginger Garlic paste
Salt as needed
Water as needed
Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp
Coconut oil – 2 tbsp
1. In a pressure cooker add in the mutton pieces along with Water, salt and Turmeric powder and cook for 8-10 whistles or till it is done. Wait till the pressure gets released all by itself.
2. Allow the mutton to cool down and then collect the mutton pieces in a blender and give it a quick pulse, it should resemble thin threads. Heat Coconut oil in a pan and add in the chopped Small onions.
3. Cook till the onions are completely caramelized it may take time but this what brings the real taste of the dish. add in ground Green chillies and the ginger garlic paste and salt.
4. Add in the pulsed mutton threads now and mix well for another 15 mins in a very low flame and switch off the flame.
- This is a slow cooked dish, so it will take its own time.
- The real flavour of this dish comes in the caramelization of the onion, so don’t hurry it up.
- Carry out the entire cooking in the lowest possible flame.
- Use a non-stick pan or a thick bottomed pan as we will require to cook for a longer time.
- Tastes best when served with Ghee Rice or Steamed Rice and Rasam.