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How To Make Green Mutton Chops – Green Mutton Chops Recipe
Spicy Green Mutton Chops, a well-seasoned side dish (starter) made with yogurt and freshly ground spices, making it a yummy and irresistible. It is one of the best choices for mutton lovers.
Spicy Green Mutton Chops has semi-gravy and it can be eaten raw as well as with chapati and rice. Mutton Chops have many variants some are made dry and some are made with semi-gravy.
Compared to other mutton recipes, it is one of the easiest ones even for men. You can get all the ingredients readily available in the market.
Ingredients of Green Mutton Chops
Mutton Chops 1/2 Kg
Green Chili Paste 1 Tablespoon
Ginger Garlic Paste 1 Tablespoon
Black pepper Powder 1 Teaspoon
Roasted and Crushed Cumin & Coriander Seeds 1 Tablespoon
Lemon Juice 1 Tablespoon
Yogurt 1/2 Cup
Salt To Taste
Turmeric 1/4 Teaspoon
Edible Oil 2 Tablespoon
Coriander leaves Chopped 1/2 Tablespoon
Steps for Green Mutton Chops
Take perfectly cut chops from the mutton shop. The beauty lies in it. Wash the chops and drain them properly.
Take a small bowl and marinate the chops with salt and lemon juice. Add ginger garlic paste, black pepper powder, crushed and roasted cumin and coriander seeds and turmeric. Keep it aside for at least an hour.
To make the chops tender keep it for a longer period like 2-3 hours of time or else you can use a pressure cooker to boil the mutton.
Take a small pan and heat oil in it. Add mutton chops with the mixture of masala to the pan. Cook for 5 minutes until the mutton chops are semi-fried.
Add a glass of water to the pan and mix it well. Cover the pan and let it cook until the chops are perfectly cooked and become tender.
Now add yogurt and mix properly. Cook until oil starts to float. Your Spicy green mutton Chops are ready to serve. Garnish it with chopped fresh Coriander leaves.
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