Mutton Curry Recipe | Pathare Prabhu Style Goat Curry

Made with a masala that hails from the small community of Pathare Prabhus based in India’s Mumbai region, the recipe for this goat curry can be made using India garam masalas as well if you don’t have the special Pathare Prabhu masala. The best thing about this recipe is that it is convenient and time-saving.

Servings

4

Prep Time

20 mins

Cooking Time

30 mins

Good For

Lunch/Dinner

Mutton Curry Recipe | Pathare Prabhu Style Mutton (Goat) Curry

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This is yet another mutton curry recipe from the pathare prabhu cookbook. It tests best when you use the parbhi sambar masala (pathare prabhus authantic masala blend), but you can always replace it with simple garam masala along with some cumin coriander powder. Another interesting part of this recipe is, this recipe with taste good with all red meats, I am using a goat meat (my favourite), but you can also try using pork or lamb. It may even go well with chicken, but honestly I havent tried it myself. If you do please leave a comment below if you liked it or not.

I have also made use of a pressure cooker to cook this mutton curry, this is just for saving some time. Generally red meat takes longer to cook, so this method is my go to method when cooking any dish wish with red meat. Well without boring you further, I will let you scroll down to go through the recipe. Hopefully you will enjoy reading or watching the video recipe. And if you do make this recipe yourself, please leave me a feedback of how the recipe turned out eventually and if you liked it.

About this Recipie

Made with a masala that hails from the small community of Pathare Prabhus based in India’s Mumbai region, the recipe for this goat curry can be made using India garam masalas as well if you don’t have the special Pathare Prabhu masala. The best thing about this recipe is that it is convenient and time-saving.
mutton curry

Ingredients

  • 500 gm mutton (goat/lamb) cut into curry pieces
  • 3 medium-sized onions, diced finely
  • 2 medium-sized tomatoes, chopped
  • 2 medium-sized potatoes, chopped
  • Fresh coriander to garnish
  • Spices

  • 2 tbsp ginger & garlic paste
  • 1 tsp red chilli powder
  • 1 tsp kashmiri mirchi powder (optional, as it will only add red color to the curry)
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 2 tsp Parbi Sambar. This is the special masala of the Pathare Prabhus. If you don’t have this masala, you may use Indian garam masala instead. Every spoon of Parbi Sambar, replace with 3/4th tsp garam masala and 1/4 tsp dhana jeera powder
  • Salt to taste
  • Whole Spices

  • 5-6 bay leaves
  • 1-2 cinnamon sticks (dalchini)
  • 1 black cardamom (badi elaichi)
  • 2-3 pods of cardamom (elaichi)
  • 5-6 peppercorns
  • 2-3 cloves
  • Don’t want to read, Watch the Video Recipe

    Read my notes below or watch the video

    Directions

    Step 1 - Marinate Mutton

  • In a bowl, take the mutton pieces.
  • Add ginger & garlic paste.
  • Add all other spices: turmeric, red chilli, kashmiri red chilli & parbhi sambar powder.
  • Drizzle some oil.
  • Mix well and keep the marination aside for 1 hour at least (preferably longer).
  • Step 2 - Preparing the curry

  • Heat a pressure cooker or pressure pan and add 2 1/2 tbsp oil
  • Add all the whole spices and let them change their color in the hot oil
  • Add diced onions and let them turn golden brown
  • Add chopped tomatoes and sauté well
  • Add the marinated mutton and mix well with the onions and tomatoes
  • Add some water (not a lot as the tomatoes and mutton will release some water as it starts cooking)
  • Step 3

  • Arrange the potatoes on top of the curry and cover the pressure cooker and place the whistle
  • Let the mutton cook completely; it will require at least 5-6 whistles for the mutton to cook
  • Give enough time for the cooker to cool down, and let its pressure release
  • Open the cooker, switch on the gas/heat again, add salt to taste
  • Let the curry boil for another 2-3 mins
  • If the mutton is not cooked, cover the pressure pan again and let it have 2 more whistles
  • Optional: Squeeze some fresh lemon juice on the curry and also garnish with coriander
  • Extra Tips

  • DO NOT ADD SALT BEFORE THE MUTTON IS COOKED it will take longer to cook as salt makes the meat tougher
  • Commonly aksed Questions

    What goes well with this recipe?

    Personally I love to eat this muttion curry with bread or pav. But you can enjoy it with chapati or a roti. You can also enjou it with some rice. As a side dish I like a curd raita just to mellow down the spice.

    Can you make this curry without a pressure cooker?

    Absolutely, I have used a pressure cooker just to save on time as red meat like goat as used in this case require a long time to cook. If you use a pressure cooker, you may be able to save around half the time required to cook the curry. But cooking in a normal vessle has its own advantages, yes the cooking time will increase drastically, but also it will give a different taste to the final dish which some may like more than when cooked in a pressure cooker.

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    I am a Software Engineer by profession but a foodie at heart. I am in love with food! I enjoy the explosion of flavours on my taste buds and am always ready to try different cuisines. One of my fondest memories as a child is sitting on the kitchen counter, watching my mother cook. But as I travelled for work, I missed the tastes of home.
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