Kerala Style Mutton Curry


Kerala Style Mutton Curry

Kerala Style Slow Cooker Mutton Curry Recipe

Tasty and delicious Kerala style slow cooker lamb/mutton curry. It is always better to cook mutton in very low flame to retain its tenderness and moisture.This is an easy mutton curry recipe prepare in malabar side of Kerala. No special ingredients is needed for this recipe. It goes well with Ghee Rice,chappathi,pathiri,Palappam etc… I have already tried Pressure cooker mutton biriyani, Mutton Liver Masala and Mutton Roast. Hope you all will like this recipes and please don’t forget to post your comments and feedback.

How to Make Kerala Style Mutton Curry

mutton curry


1/2 kg of Mutton
2 no of Onion
3 no of Tomato
2 tbsp. of Ginger garlic paste
4 no of Green chillies
3 springs of curry leaves
1 1/2 spn. of Chilli powder
1 spn. of Coriander powder
3/4 spn. of Turmeric powder
1/6 spn. of pepper powder
1/2 spn. of garam masala
2 tbsp. of Oil
Salt as required


Step 02

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 03

Add ginger garlic paste. Fry till raw smell goes off.

Step 04

Add finely sliced onion,sliced green chillies and curry leaves. Fry till onion become golden brown color.

Step 05

Add chopped tomato and cook till tomatoes become mushy.

Step 06

Add chilli powder,turmeric powder,coriander powder,pepper powder and garam masala. Mix well and fry for 1 minute

Step 07

Add mutton and mix well. Add salt and 1/4 cup of water(Do not add too much of water. Water will come out from mutton while cooking)

Step 08

Cook in low flame till 1-2 whistle. Turn off the flame

Step 09

Tasty and delicious mutton curry is now ready to serve.
how to make mutton curry
1.Do not increase the flame. Let the mutton cook in low flame.

Comments (4)

  1. posted by Antonet Roajer on December 4, 2015

    Spicy and flavorful curry!! Yummy

    • posted by Hygeena Shameer on December 7, 2015

      Thank you so much Antonet Roajer….Glad you like it

  2. posted by Tinu on July 29, 2016

    Measurement for masala powder is it of table spoon quantity

    • posted by Hygeena Shameer on August 14, 2016

      no. Spoon only. You can adjust the spiciness as per your taste.


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