Thursday, March 22, 2007

Mutton vindaloo

Mutton vindaloo, another one my fav. , which i order on my most visits to the restaurants.This is my first time to re create this dish at home and came out very well.


Mutton -250 gms
Potatoes - 100 gms
Tomato puree - 75 ml
Cardamom - 2
Cloves - 2
Cinnamon - a small piece
Onion - 1
Oil - as needed

For grinding

Ginger - a small piece
Garlic - a few
Red chillies - 2
Cumin - a pinch
Cinnamon - a small piece
Vinegar - 20 ml

Coriander leaves - for garnishing


In a pan heat 1tsp of oil and fry chopped onion well.Cool it and grind it into fine paste.Grind all the other ingredients listed under "For grinding".Apply this paste over the cleaned mutton and keep it aside.In a pan heat oil,add cardamom, cloves and cinnamon.Now add grounded onion and saute for few min.s.Now add mutton and fry.add water if needed.when mutton is 3/4 th done, add prepared potatoes and cook.add tomato puree and salt.Heat until both meat and potatoes are cooked well.Serve hot with rice/roti.


USHA said...

Hi Maheswari,

Dish looks great and rich..One of my college friend was aksing for some Non.Veg blog,,,I can suggest yours now...

Maheswari said...

Hey usha..that was fast.That's right i am more into nonveg..:D

Asha said...

Oooh! Mahesh,I always wanted to make Vindaloo and was even planning to make it,milder of course.
This dish looks wonderful.I will definitely try this,got to get some chicken.I don't get Mutton here.Thanks my friend!:))

Mishmash ! said...

Mahe, I like Vindaloo too but some restuarants spoil the dish by pouring too much of vinegar in this and so I am hesitant to try this most of the time...urs is making my mouth water :)


Lakshmik said...

Hi Maheswari

Can you help me design a logo for the RCI Event - celebrating the regional cuisines of India.

Maheswari said...

Thanks Asha..try it out..even i like chicken vindaloo..

Shn, even i had bad experiences with vindaloo in few restuarents.Try it out and let me know.

Lakshmi..will sure do..

sra said...

Hi Maheswari! It looks delicious. I had mutton vindaloo on my holiday in Goa recently, was very disappointed with the taste - not at all spicy, no hint of vinegar!

Sandeepa said...

have to try this sometime...looks so very guys are having a total blast, first cutlet then vindaloo :)

indosungod said...

Maheswari, the Mutton Vindaloo makes my mouth water. Want to have some ...

Prema Sundar said...

I have tasted this once , a long time back Maheshwari. I dont seem to remember the taste but ur picture looks good and I bet it would have tasted wonderful.