|Mutton Kari Dosa|
Mutton Kari Dosa
Recipe Cuisine: Tamil Nadu| Recipe Category: Non Veg Recipes
Prep Time: 20 mins | Cooking Time: 45 mins | Yields:
Mutton - 1/4 kg
Onion - 2
Tomato - 1
Green chilli - 2
Fennel seeds - 1/2 tsp
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
Chilli powder - 1 tsp
Coriander powder - 1.5 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
Pepper powder - 1 tsp
Garam masala / Mutton masala - 1 tsp
Coconut - 2 tsp(to bring salna consistency)
Salt - to taste
Curry leaves - as required
Coriander leaf - as required
Egg - 1 per dosa
Dosa batter - as required
In a pan, heat little oil and temper with fennel seeds.
When the fennel seeds begin to splutter, add green chillies and finely chopped onions. Sauté for few minutes.
Once onion becomes translucent, add in ginger garlic paste. When the raw smell of ginger garlic paste is gone add in chilli powder, coriander powder, turmwric powder, mutton masala(or garam masala), pepper powder and salt to taste. Saute for few seconds.
When the raw smell of spices are gone, add in chopped tomato and saute till it becomes mushy.
Then, add the minced meat and mix well. Add enough water and cover and cook till the meat becomes soft and tender.
Once mutton gets cooked, add in smooth coconut paste and cook till the gravy thickens.
Add coriander leaf and switch of the flame.
Heat a dosa skillet. Dosa can be made in 2 ways.
1. For the first method, whisk the egg separately. Pour a ladleful of batter ans spread into a thick circle like uthappam. Add in the whisked egg and then goes in the mutton curry. Drizzle little oil around the dosa. When one side is cooked turn to the other side. Gently press on the top. When both sides are cooked, remove from the skillet.
2. For the second method, mix the mutton curry to the egg mixture directly and pour over the dosa. Remaining procedures are same. I love this method more than the 1st.
Do not spread the dosa into thin circles. Mutton sticks well if the you spread like uthappam.
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