Let’s welcome the easiest Indian Mutton Curry for pullover and pyjama weather. This one’s purely for the beginners who want a bowl of curry and rice now and then. Because you guys are my people. The ones that I really write this food blog for, and I feel your love for comfort food.
Google mutton curry and you’ll get all kinds of Andhra, Hyderabadi and Kerala variations. But this ones quite basic guys. It’s one of those back pocket mutton curry recipes that we all need in life. And that’ll make everyone in the house go totally nuts. They’ll never guess how easy it is. I promise.
It’s basic but amazing. Spicy, flavourful, warming with all the right reasons to be a glutton on Sunday which is when mutton curry makes the most sense. Because after a bowl of this Indian mutton curry and rice, all you’ll want to do is Netflix and nap.
We first made this recipe for a couple of friends. Actually Denver did. I was out on a Sunday afternoon, and Denver decided to make lunch. The most amount of work went into chopping the onions and tomatoes, which we had our food processor for, so basically it was a stir and cook game. Which he is awesome at.
We all came home hungry to the house smelling fantastic, made some parathas and rice and dug in!
I knew right there that I needed to share this on the blog because you guys will love it! So we’ve made it again and again, and everytime we ended up polishing it before I could take any pictures. But we are finally here with the best, easiest Indian mutton curry for all you comfort food seekers and curry lovers. Sunday lunches can’t get better than this. I highly recommend using a ‘meat masala’ which really takes the guesswork out of this, and I used Lala’s masala for this one. You can go ahead and try Shaan as well, a brand which make fantastic masalas.