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Mutton Hunda recipe


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Mutton Masala | Mutton Hunda || How to make mutton hunda with step by step photos

Mutton Hunda is a flavored, thick and spicy meat curry this is my family’s version that is cooked in “Bihari” household, it is called Mutton hunda in the local language, You'd not be heard about this recipe ever, very delicious, soft tender and mouthwatering meat curry that can be cooked with beef, mutton or lamb, here in order to understand have written masala right word is hunda

I prepared mutton honda from our culture, as well as am making with mutton meat with special hunda masala that is contained on only 3 whole spices, then all three spices are roasted on a pan over low heat and then grind to make a fine powder
                                                
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This special masala brings an actual taste of handa in curry just like if you won't add sonth(ginger powder) and fennel seeds to the nihari you will never bring authentic nihari taste without these special spices likewise even this hunda masala works same
The simple and quite amazing taste of this curry can be served with paratha, naan, and any type of flavored rice so 

Tips:
  1. Firstly to make a delicious mutton curry the choice of meat is very important, use fresh and tender cuts as  this helps to get soft and succulent mutton or beef after cooking
  2. Usually bone is mutton or beef yields a delicious gravy when it is slow-cooked, the flavor from the bones transferred to the gravy making it thick and tasty
  3. Cook in a clay pot for enhancing the taste if available..                        



We need:

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    Firstly clean and rinse mutton under the running water, and take all ingredients and prepare them

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    ground-the-ginger-garlic-paste



    Heat the pan and dry roast cumin seeds, coriander seeds, and black pepper over low heat for 1-2 minutes, shift to the mortar/grinder jar and grind it till turns to a fine powder


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    Whisk the yogurt keep aside 


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    Heat the oil in the pot and put onions, saute the onions for 5 minutes then add mutton

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    Fry the mutton with onions until changes its color then add ginger garlic, put papaya paste/cubes to the meat, and stir well 

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    Now start to combine all dry spices, keep the flame to low during adding spices


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    Keep mixing the meat with spices on medium flame, lastly add basic garam masala, and stir to combine until oil is separated
     

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    Now add yogurt, then further stir to mix well until the meat is roasted with masala

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    Now pour water and stir to combine well, bring to boil and cover the lid and allow to cook it about 30-40 minutes

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    Now roast the meat until oil comes on top then put roasted spices, stir well with roasted ground spices


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    Pour 1 cup boiled water into the curry, bring to boil on high flame then cover the lid reduce the flame to low

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    Simmer it for 15 minutes_now mutton handi is done

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    Then transfer to the serving bowl/dish


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    To serve with rice,roti,naan or paratha 


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    Mutton Hunda is a flavored, thick and spicy meat curry this is my family’s version that is cooked in “Bihari” household
    Ingredients:
    1. 1 kg,mutton/beef/lamb with bones
    2. 200ghomemade yogurt
    3. 2 tbsp, ginger garlic paste
    4. 2 cubes/1 tbsp, papaya paste
    5. 2 large, onion slices
    6. 1 cup, cooking oil/olive oil
    7. 1 tsp, red chili powder
    8. 1 tsp, Kashmiri red chili powder
    9. 1 tsp, turmeric powder
    10. Salt to taste
    11. 1 ½ tsp, coriander powder
    12. ½ tsp, basic garam masala
    Hunda special masala:
    1. 1 tbsp, coriander seeds
    2. 1 tbsp, cumin seeds
    3. ½ tbsp, black peppercorn
    How to make mutton hunda? 
    Instructions:
    1. In a medium pot heat the oil and put onion slices then sauté them for 4-5 minutes on medium flame
    2. Add washed mutton meat to the onion and fry them till changes its color
    3. Now add ginger garlic paste along with papaya paste or cubes and stir to combine well
    4. Reduce the flame to low
    5. Now to start adding dry spices red chili, Kashmiri red chili, coriander powder, turmeric powder, and salt
    6. Keep stirring by adding basic garam masala until oil is separated
    7. Then add whisked yogurt
    8. Constantly keep on stirring then pour ½ jug boiled and hot water
    9. Bring it to boil and cover the lid
    10. Let it cook about 30 minutes on medium-low flame until meat is 90% tender
    11. Note, don’t complete cook meat otherwise when it will be simmered after adding roasted ground spices your meat will be shred 
    12. Remove the lid and roast the meat until water dries up then add the roasted ground masala to the mutton curry
    13. Add 1 cup boiled and hot water to the curry
    14. Some more bring to boil and cover the lid
    15. Simmer the mutton hunda over low heat for 15 minutes
    16. Remove from the flame and transfer to the serving dish
    17. Mutton hunda is ready to serve with riceparatha naan 
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