Thursday, March 5, 2015

Mutton Kheema Curry

Mutton Kheema Curry

It snowed in Dallas for 2 days. In 2012, it was snowed on Christmas and I am so happy as that was my 1st year in Dallas and many are happy as it snowed after many year on Christmas day. This year, it snowed full day and it was so amazing and beautiful. It's like someone dropping jasmines from sky. Snow is every where on trees,plants, branches, twigs, leaves, roads, walkways, cars, houses,lakes  arranged beautifully and carefully, maybe it's fairies did this good job. It was like a beautiful painting.

I am so happy enjoying all this, but someone seems so sad and dull. Yes, trees seems so dull like tired of waiting for spring to smile again and dance along with wind. I want to tell them Spring is on its way bringing colors and smile..........

Snowy and cold day with spicy, tasty, non-veg curry along with some chit-chat with dears makes the day perfect.

Mutton Kheema Curry

Spicy Level - High
Serves - 4 

  • Mutton Kheema - 1 lb
  • Onions - 2, medium
  • Tomato - 1
  • Green chillies - 2
  • Curry leaves - 1 spring
  • Coriander leaves for garnishing
  • Ginger-garlic paste - 1.5 tbsp
  • Coriander powder - 2 tsp
  • Cumin powder - 1 tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 2 tsp or to taste
  • Garam masala - 1 tsp or to taste
  • Oil - 4 tbsp
  • Salt to taste


  • Clean kheema and keep aside.
  • Chop onion, tomato and green chillies.
Let's prepare Mutton Kheema curry
  • Heat oil in a pressure cooker. When it is hot enough add curry leaves, green chillies and fry for few seconds.
  • Add onion and cook till it turn golden brown.
  • Add tomato and ginger-garlic paste and cook until tomato turn soft.
  • Add mutton kheema, coriander powder, cumin powder, red chilli powder, garam masala and salt, mix and keep the lid on and cook for 4 whistles.(No need to add water as mutton will oozes out water)
  • When pressure is off open the lid and adjust salt.
  • If mutton oozes out more water, cook for some more time.
  • Garnish with coriander leaves and serve with rice or roti.