Mutton Chaap is a Bengali dish that involves cooking mutton rib chops in a host of spices such as cinnamon, mace and saffron. The meat is cooked until it is slightly charred and tender. Juices dripping from the bones, these rib chops are coated with ghee and served with delectable biryani. Here we share a Mutton Chaap recipe that you can make at home and relish a royal meal. Check it out.
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Mutton Chaap: Make a Delicious Mutton Ribs Recipe At Home
Wash and pat dry the rib chops. Use the back of a spoon and beat the meat to make it tender. Take a bowl and add the marination ingredients. Then add the rib chops and marinate the mutton for 3-4 hours.
Take a pan and add ghee to it. Add the sliced onions. Fry them until they are translucent. Add green chillies, ginger and garlic. Sauté for a few minutes. Let this mixture cool down. Then blend it into a smooth paste.
Add ghee in the same pan. Add the rib chops along with the marinade and braise them on high flame for 5 minutes.
To the rib chops, add the onion, ginger-garlic paste and sauté the ingredients on medium flame. Add the chickpea flour, garam masala, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and cumin powder. Sprinkle some salt and sugar.
Add the melon and almond seed paste. Stir the rib chops well. Then add saffron water, bay leaves, kewra water and rose water. Cover the pan and let the mixture now simmer on low heat. Serve hot.
You can marinate the mutton overnight in a refrigerator. Bring it to room temperature before cooking.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I add water if the mutton is dried up?
If you feel the mutton is dried up then you can add ¼ cup of water. However, make sure the gravy doesn’t become too thin.
Should I let the mutton rest before serving?
Yes. You can let the Mutton Chaap rest for 10-15 minutes before serving. This also enhances the flavour of the dish.