Mutton tomato curry recipe – How to prepare mutton curry in pressure cooker

Mutton curry is the delicious dish that is prepared with tomato and dry coconut powder. I have cooked this dish in pressure cooker so that it saved my time. It is so simple to prepare this tasty spicy mutton curry. No need of adding any ginger in the preparation. What all you have to do is just collect all the ingredients listed below before starting of the dish. After marinating all along with spices we need to cook in cooker. Why to choose pressure cooker for cooking mutton tomato curry? When mutton is cooked in pressure cooker the pieces of mutton will become smooth and it will be easy to eat the pieces and also the taste will increase.

Usually there are lots of varieties we can make with mutton or goat meat. But I have added dry coconut powder for getting the dish in gravy format. Also the onions and tomatoes will give some gravy so that if you want to eat in chapathi or roti’s this mutton tomato curry acts as a side dish. Use some mint leaves and coriander leaves for cooking these will give a nice fragrance to the dish and also good for health. Mutton tomato curry is also eaten in hot rice or in biryanis. If you want to eat spicier then you can just sprinkle 1tbsp of garam masala powder to the dish while marinating.

Prepare this favorite mutton tomato curry non vegetarian dish at home with our recipe. I have given the step by step procedure of how to make the mutton tomato curry. Follow the visuals and start cooking at your kitchen. Here you go with mutton tomato curry recipe

Mutton curry recipe

Mutton curry recipe


Mutton curry recipe ingredients

  • Mutton – ½ kg
  • Onions – 2
  • Tomatoes – 2
  • Green chilies – 4
  • Dry coconut – 15grms
  • Red chili powder – 1 ½ tbsp
  • Turmeric – ½ tbsp
  • Oil – 6tbsp
  • Garlic cloves – 20
  • Curd – 3 tbsp
  • Cinnamon stick – 1
  • Cloves – 4
  • Cardamom seeds -1
  • Salt (required)
  • Coriander leaves

How to Make

Step 1: Wash the mutton and keep a side.

Step 2: Chop the onions, tomatoes and green chilies and keep them a side.

Step 3: Peel the garlic cloves upper layer and collect them a side.

garlic cloves upper layer

Step 4: Now cut the dry coconut into small pieces and add to jar.

Step 5: Grind the pieces into fine powder. Keep this a side.

Step 6: Now add the washed mutton into a pressure cooker.

washed mutton into a pressure cooker

Step 7: Put the chopped onion, tomatoes and green chilies.

onion, tomatoes and green chilies

onion, tomatoes and green chilies1

onion, tomatoes and green chilies2

Step 8: Add garlic cloves, turmeric, red chili powder and green chilies.

garlic cloves, turmeric,

garlic cloves, turmeric,1

Step 9: Same way add curd, cinnamon seeds, cloves and cardamom seeds also.

curd, cinnamon seeds

curd, cinnamon seeds1

curd, cinnamon seeds2

Step 10: Put the grinded dry coconut powder also.

dry coconut powder1

Step 11: If you have mint leaves you can add if not use coriander leaves.

mint leaves you can add

Step 12: Finally put the oil and curry leaves. Mix all the ingredients well.

oil and curry leaves

oil and curry leaves1

oil and curry leaves2

Step 13: Now cover the pressure cooker with lid.

Step 14: Keep the pressure cooker on stove and give medium flame.

pressure cooker on stove

Step 15: Keep weight on the lid and let it cook till the cooker gives 5 whistles.

Step 16: Turn off the flame and let the pressure goes out from the cooker.

Step 17: Now open the lid and again keep the cooker on the stove.

lid and again keep the cooker

Step 18: Add coriander leaves and cook it for 10 mins in low flame.

cook it for 10 mins

Step 19: Turn off the flame. You can observe thick gravy so collect it into a bowl.

gravy so collect

Step 20: Garnish the dish with fresh butter.

Tasty mutton tomato curry is ready to eat.