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A delectable 'Laal Maas' recipe for your Dussehra celebrations

The fiery red-meat curry is best had with 'bajra rotis'.

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Oct 07, 2019, 06.28 PM IST
Laal Maas, a fiery red-meat curry, finds its origin in Rajputana traditions.
It's the season of good food and fun-filled evenings spent with loved ones. Whether you're marking the end of the nine-day fasting period of Navratri, or continuing the Durga Puja festivities by digging into delicacies, a delectable serving of Laal Maas will add to any celebration.

The fiery red-meat curry, that finds its origin in Rajputana traditions, is best had with bajra rotis.

Here's an easy recipe of the delicacy to your Dussehra celebrations.

Mutton pieces: 500 gm
Oil: 3 tbsp
Desi ghee: 4 tbsp
Whole chillies: 100 gm
Garlic paste: 2 tbsp
Garlic (chopped): 2 tbsp
Onions (chopped): 1 cup
Salt: As per taste
Turmeric powder: 1 tbsp
Chili powder: 2 tsp
Curd: 1/2 cup
Bay leaf: 3
Black pepper: 1/2 tsp
Cloves: 5
Green cardamom: 3
Cardamom masala: 2
Coriander leaves

- Chop the mutton into half-inch chunks
- Marinate it in curd, turmeric powder, chili powder, salt and garlic paste
- Heat oil and ghee in a handi. Then add whole garam masala
- Add chopped garlic; cook till it turns golden brown. Then add he chopped onions
- After onions turn half-brown, add chili paste
- Add the marinated meat and sauté on slow flame for 10 mins
- Pour hot water. Cook till mutton gets tender( approx. 45 mins)
- Adjust the seasoning and garnish with red chili
- Serve hot

(Courtesy: Chef Dhan Bahadur Tamang, Royal Kitchen of Ranbanka Palace, Jodhpur)

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