Delicious Indian Mutton Recipes

Looking for something soft, succulent, and tender? These delicious lamb recipes will do the trick

tender, Delicious, succulent and impressive – if those words were enough to make you drool, then these popular Mutton Recipes will definitely take you to seventh heaven.

To prepare these mouth-watering lamb dishes, you don’t need to be a professional cook, and these simple steps are enough to prepare a dish that the whole family will love.

To find out more, keep reading.

Mutton Curry

Mutton curry is a one pot dish where mutton is marinated and cooked with lots of spices, herbs, onions, tomatoes and yogurt. It is a curry dish that originated from the Indian subcontinent.


-> 1 kg of shredded lamb curry

-> 6-8 peppercorns

-> 1 chopped tomato

-> 2-3 keys

-> 4 dry red chilli cut into small pieces

-> 2 teaspoons chili powder

-> 1 tsp coriander powder

-> 1 teaspoon cumin powder

-> 2 tsp ginger and garlic paste

-> salt (according to taste)

-> 2 potatoes cut into quarters

-> 2 large onions, sliced

-> 2-3 tablespoons of oil

-> 2 pieces of cinnamon bark


1. Boil the lamb with a pinch of turmeric and salt in water until tender.

2. Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the onion, red pepper, chili and allspice until golden brown.

3. Add the ginger garlic paste and saute for a few minutes to get rid of the raw taste.

4. Add the chopped tomatoes and fry them well.

5. Meanwhile, make a paste of chili powder, coriander powder, and cumin powder with a little water. Add this paste and fry well until the oil separates from the mixture.

6. Add the potatoes and cook until they are about 80% done.

7. Add the cooked meat and mix well. Fry for a few minutes.

8. Add a cup of broth and cook over medium heat for a few minutes.

9. Continue to fry until the gravy becomes thick and dark brown. Pour in the water and simmer for a few more minutes, then turn up the heat.

Mutton tikka masala

Mutton tikka masala is a classic curry dish with tender pieces of char-grilled lamb, simmered briefly in a tangy, tangy tikka masala sauce. The dish consists of two ingredients; One is mutton and the other is masala, which is the gravy or sauce in which the tikka is cooked.


-> 1 kg of shredded lamb curry

-> 5 tablespoons of lemon juice

-> 2 tablespoons of tikka masala

-> 2 tablespoons of ginger garlic paste

-> 2 tablespoons of chili powder

-> 1 tablespoon of lime powder

-> Salt to taste

-> Oil as needed

broth components

-> 4 tablespoons of onion paste

-> 4 tablespoons ginger garlic paste

-> 1 tablespoon of yogurt

-> 1 tablespoon of garam masala

-> 1 tablespoon of cumin powder

-> 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder

-> 1 tablespoon red pepper powder

-> 3 tablespoons of mustard oil

-> salt (according to taste)

-> black cardamom

-> green cardamom

-> a cinnamon stick

-> 1 teaspoon dried red pepper

-> 1 tsp coriander powder


1. In a bowl, combine lemon juice, jeera powder, chili powder, tikka masala, salt, ginger garlic paste.

2. Add the lamb and marinate it. Leave it aside for 30-40 minutes.

3. Put the lamb chops in a pan, add oil and cook for 10-15 minutes.

4. Now to make the gravy, heat the oil in a frying pan.

5. Add the red pepper, cardamom and cinnamon. Let him calm down for a few minutes.

6. Now add the onion paste and cook.

7. When the onion paste starts to turn brown, add the ginger garlic paste and stir.

8. Add the yogurt, red chilli powder, garam masala powder and salt.

9. Put the fried mutton tikka in the gravy.

10. Serve with chopped coriander leaves.

Mouton Korma

Korma is a popular Mughlai dish, from the Indian subcontinent in which meat is slow cooked with spices, onions, yogurt, nut or seed paste. The word “korma” is derived from the Urdu word “qorma” which means “braise”.


-> 1 kg of lamb

-> 2 chopped onions

-> 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste

-> 1-2 green peppers

-> 1 cup of yogurt

–> 1 teaspoon each of spices (turmeric, black pepper, red pepper powder, and salt to taste)

-> 2 keys

-> 2 cardamom seeds

-> 1 cinnamon stick

-> 1 tablespoon of ghee


1. Put the lamb in a bowl. Add the cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, turmeric, black pepper, red pepper powder, ginger garlic paste, and salt.

2. Add a cup of yogurt to the lamb and stir well. Leave the lamb for 2-3 hours to marinate in the spices.

3. Fry finely chopped onions in oil and blend in a blender to make a powder.

4. In a cooking pot, heat some ghee. Transfer the seasoned lamb to it and let it simmer for at least 30 minutes.

5. After a few minutes, add the onion powder to the mutton curry along with 2-3 small cups of water. Stir it well and cover the pot to allow it to cook properly.

6. After a few minutes, add the nutmeg powder and cardamom powder to the dish and continue to stir.

7. Check the consistency of the dish, it should be thick. Make sure the lamb is tender, tender, and separates easily from the bone.

8. Let the dish cook over low heat, if necessary.

9. Your Mutton Korma is ready to be served. Don’t forget to decorate it with some coriander leaves before serving.

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