Durban Mutton Curry Recipe, using Durban Curry Lovers All-in-One Masala
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How to Cook a Durban Mutton Curry in 4 Easy Steps

Durban Mutton Curry Recipe, using Durban Curry Lovers All-in-One Masala

This is a very simple 4 stage recipe, which will allow even the first timer to cook a delicious Durban Mutton Curry.

Once you have mastered this easy recipe, you can then start to experiment to develop your own techniques and methods.

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Serve with Rice, Roti, as a Bunny Chow or however makes your happy.

This recipe is especially suited to and was cooked with our Durban Curry Lovers, All-in-One Masala.

With our Masala, there is no need to add any other whole or powdered spices, there is no guess work and no mistakes. Buy here

  • Author: Shane
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 60
  • Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Yield: 4 1x
  • Category: Durban Curry
  • Method: Easy
  • Cuisine: Indian

Ingredients

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  • ½ cup or 120 ml  Cooking Oil
  • 2 Medium Onions  (thinly sliced or grated)
  • 1 tbsp Ginger and Garlic Paste
  • 4 tbsp or 30g Durban Curry Lovers – All in One Masala 
  • 2  Jam Tomatoes chopped or grated
  • 1 kg Mutton/Lamb/Beef
  • 23 Medium Potatoes Quartered  (poke with fork, to absorb gravy)
  • Curry Leaves & Fresh Dhania 

Instructions

  1. Heat oil, fry onions until golden, add ginger and garlic & mix well.
  2. Add 4 Tablespoons of Durban Curry Lovers, All-in-One Masala, stir for 10 seconds then add tomatoes & curry leaves and cook on a low to medium heat, stirring occasionally until they have gone soft and oil starts to separate from the gravy. 
  3. Add meat, gently braise until the meat has softened.
  4. Add Potatoes, boiling water & cook until the potatoes until soft. 

Notes

  1. Take your time with the onions, let them brown for at least 10-15 minutes on low to medium heat
  2. Do not allow your masala to burn, add a few splashes of water if the mix is too thick.
  3. Allow Meat and spices to fry for a few minutes on a low heat stirring occasionally without burning.
  4. Mix your potatoes with a few drops of Egg Yellow (food colouring) or Turmeric, and let stand for 10 mins + before adding. This will give you those beautiful yellow potatoes. see more

Frying is cooking by immersion in oil—either total immersion, or partial immersion on each side. 

Braising is a two-stage process: the food is first either seared in a dry pan or browned in a little oil, and then cooked slowly in a simmering aqueous (non-fat) liquid. Liquid can be added or simply the steam condensing on the lid and falling back into the pot.

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Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 4

Keywords: Durban Curry, Mutton Curry, Bunny Chow, How to cook a Durban Mutton Curry

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