Can Be Made In Under 60 Minutes!
If you’re looking to whip up a hearty, delicious meal that oozes with goodness and flavour, then a mutton tikka masala made from fresh meat is your go-to. Packed with flavour, spice and juiciness, this recipe is bound to tingle your taste buds and have you grabbing for more.It’s the perfect accompaniment for when you want to cheat on your diet without having to spend hours in the kitchen. Served alongside some steaming hot chapatis or buttery naans and there you go!
Use a boneless cut of meat when making this gravy and garnish with coriander leaves when serving.
Before We Get To The Recipe Here Are Some Things To Keep In Mind
From Where Did Tikka Masala Originate?
The story of how tikka masala originated is as fascinating as the dish itself. Most people strongly believe that the dish originated from the southern part of our country. Others credit the dish to migrant chefs from Britain and Bangladesh.
There is an intriguing version that states tikka masala actually originated in the kitchen of a hotel all the way in Glasgow, Scotland where chef Ali Ahmed Aslam created the recipe using spices, curd and cream.
Which Cut Of Mutton To Use When Making Mutton Tikka Masala?
You want to opt for a cut that is velvety, rich and has some fat left on the pieces. This will prevent the meat from burning and adds flavour to it. Our Goat Boneless is ideal for this dish because it has succulent pieces of meat that come with a moderate to strong flavour. These juicy pieces of meat come trimmed with fat and will add a buttery flavour and silky texture to the curry.
What Can You Serve Alongside Mutton Tikka Masala?
If you plan on serving mutton tikka masala, you must first bear in mind that a dish this flavourful will always be the highlight of your dinner table. Chapatis, naans and jeera rice make for the perfect accompaniment because these dishes will not overshadow the mutton tikka.
Serve this tikka along with some chapati or butter naan. Plate with a pudina based raita, cut onion and lettuce.
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|Cook Time||40 minutes|
- 1 kg Licious Rich Goat Curry Cut
- 5 tablespoons Lemon Juice
- 4 tablespoons raw papaya paste
- 2 tablespoons tikka masala
- 2 tablespoons ginger garlic paste
- 2 tablespoons chilli powder
- 1 tablespoon jeera powder
- salt to taste
- oil as needed
- Ingredients for gravy
- 4 tbsp onion paste
- 4 tbsp ginger garlic paste
- 1 tbsp yogurt
- 1 tsp garam masala
- 1 tsp Cumin Powder
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- 1 tsp Kashmiri chilli powder
- 1 tsp red chilli powder
- 4 drops Kewra water
- 3 tbsp Mustard Oil
- 1 tsp clarified butter
- Salt - to taste
- Black cardamom
- green cardamom
- cinnamon stick
- 1 tsp Dried red chilli
- 1 tsp coriander powder
- In a bowl combine the lemon juice, jeera powder, chilli powder, tikka masala, salt, papaya and ginger garlic paste.
- Add mutton to it and marinate. Leave aside for 30-40 minutes.
- Place pieces of mutton on a Tawa or barbeque, add oil and cook for 10-15 minutes.
- Now to make the gravy, heat oil in a frying pan
- Add red chilli, cardamom and cinnamon. Let it temper for a few minutes.
- Now add the onion paste and cook.
- When the onion paste begins to brown add ginger garlic paste. Stir.
- Add yogurt, Kashmiri Red chilli powder, garam masala powder and salt.
- Cook until you notice the masala separating from the oil.
- Place fried mutton tikka to the gravy.
- Serve with chopped coriander leaves.