Friday, March 19, 2010

*MUTTON SAMAK*

Mutton Samak Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

If you are a meat lovers, this Mutton Samak is a great recipe to try out.  You can reduce the amount of dry chili used if you're not keen on spicy curry.

Served over rice, naan or other flat bread, the while family love this Mutton Samak  or a great dish to feed a crowd. Original recipe called for beef but used mutton instead.

MUTTON SAMAK RECIPE

300 g cubed mutton
2 tomatoes sliced
1 teaspoon coriander powder
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon white pepper
1 tablespoon plain yogurt
1 cup water
2 teaspoons tomato puree
6 tablespoons oil
salt to taste

GRIND
1 inch ginger
4 cloves garlic
8 dry chilli soak to soften

FOR FRYING
1 onion sliced
1 stick cinnamon
3 cloves
3 cardamoms
2 tablespoons green peas for garnish


METHOD

1. Combine mutton with ground ingredient, tomato, coriander, cumin, pepper and salt.

2. Heat oil, add ingredients for frying, fry until onion is brown.

3. Add mutton, stir for a few minutes, add water and cover the pot.

4. When meat is tender, add tomato puree, stir and cook for another 10 minutes.

5. Gravy should be thick, remove from heat.

6. Garnish with green peas.

Mutton Samak Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


SOURCE : Zarinah Anuar


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37 comments:

Sarah.j.s. said...

Ooooh! This totally has my name all over it. *drools* This would be great with lamb stew meat as well...I have to give this a go soon! Thanks for sharing. :)

Joie de vivre said...

This looks so appetizing!

Kairali sisters said...

wow..Love the color..Excellent dish..

Love
Kairali sisters

Akal's Saappadu said...

that's a new name.. the recipe sounds absolutely delicious and look at the lovely colour of the gravy!! it must be tasting great with Naans indeed!! enjoy!!

Lady of Leisure said...

wowowwwww... i love spicy food.. berpeluh peluh makan.. looks yummy...

Federica said...

un buonissimo piatto gustoso e saporito! complimenti!

Sarah Naveen said...

wow!! this mutton curry looks awesome!!!! yummy yumm

hazila said...

Dah lama tak masak daging kambing. Selalu makan lamb chop je...

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Aiyoyo!!! My fav mutton is here...

Akak, pls open the door..I'm on my way! ;)

Soma Pradhan said...

Lovely mutton curry..looks so delicious

FoodLovers said...

wow what a delicious curry dear .
iam hosting a give away if u get a chance pls stop by at my blog

Preety said...

looks perfect, nice gravy

PriyaRaj said...

very spicy ,hot & creamy..

Sushma Mallya said...

Really a beautiful colour gravy,but as i dont have mutton will try with chicken instead...looks so very delicious..

MaryMoh said...

This looks rich and delicious! Would be so good with rice, naan or paratha. I'm hungry now looking at this.

hayatcemresi said...

hello,which your country?
your foods are very beautiful.

shahana said...

The gravy looks so creamy! Im bookmarking this recipe!

hayatcemresi said...

...ve aleykumselam :)
my dear sister's,nice to meet to you,
esselamu aleykum ve rahmetullah...

PJ said...

mutton samak looks so delicious and a very comfort-food click. I would probably substitute mutton with chicken.

Fimère said...

une assiette très appétissante et remplie de différentes saveurs, j'adore
bonne journée

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Thanks so much Sarah, Joie de vivre, Kairali sisters, Akal's Saappadu, Lady of Leisure, Federica, Sarah Naveen, Hazila, Love2Cook, Soma Pradhan, Foodlovers, Preety, PriyaRaj, Sushma Mallya, MaryMoh, PJ and Fimere for your lovely comment, keep them coming ya....

Hayatcemresi, Waalaikkumussalam wbk, thanks for dropping by hope to see you often....

Shahana..thanks for visiting and joining in hope we can visit each other regularly ....

Siddhi S said...

wow very tempting recipe looks delicious....i vl try with chicken...yumm...nice pic

Mary said...

This is just a beautiful dish. While I'm not an expert with curries, yours sounds just delicious to me. I'll be back often to see what you have been making. Blessings...Mary

Vrinda said...

Nice recipe with mutton...will giv a try,looks yummm

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

Hola Hola,thanx a ton for stopping by ,u have the most delicious recipes here and have me totally hungry i tell u ,have added u to my reader coz dont want to miss any of ur deliciousness out there...cheers and fantastic day...

Priya said...

Woww thats a tempting mutton dish, am inviting myself to ur place..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Such a unique name of the dish!!!
Love the colour....looks very tasty.
Deepa

Babli said...

Wonderful dish. New way of preparing mutton. Looks tempting.

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Thanks Siddhi S, Vrinda, Priya, Hamaree Rasoi and Babli for your sweet comments, hope to see all again...

Mary welcome to my blog, thanks for dropping by, do check out what I'm cooking next...

Vanillastrawberryspringfields thanks for the compliments, you too have a lovely blog, hope we can visit each other often...Have a great weekend dear....

Valarmathi said...

Wow.....such a yummy recipe, looks delicious and tempting.

Karen the Suburbanite said...

I love naan, I just don't know what to put with it. I will try your recipe! This recipe is perfect for my Beat the Winter Blues party- come link up! http://goodbyecityhellosuburbs.blogspot.com

PERMANENT POSIES said...

I could eat Naan every meal! I have never cooked mutton but this looks tasty. I am not sure if I am brave enough. Yikes! So tasty!

Treat and Trick said...

Karen the Suburbanite....Thanks for the invite dear. Will visit you soon..

Permanent Posies ..Thanks for your lovely comment dear. Hope you'll try it but for the first timer I suggest you try half or even quarter of the recipe and see how it turns out...

Jen said...

That sounds good! I have some lamb I need to cook, so I think I'll try it out!Thanks for linking up to Made From Scratch Tuesday!
Jen

Jenn Erickson said...

I agree, Naan is one of the most delicicious things to eat, and your Mutton Samak sounds like a wonderful compliment! All the spices and flavors sound positively incredible! So rich and delicious. I'm so grateful that you shared and linked-up at another "A Little Birdie Told Me..." Jenn

Treat and Trick said...

Jenn Erickson....Thanks for hosting dear...

Sanoli Ghosh said...

What an interesting name of this mutton dish! Fingerlicking good mutton curry.

today's post:
http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/05/bengali-gosht-curry-pathar-jhol.html