Are you on the hunt for healthy dinner recipes? Do you want to give eating salads a break and try something flavourful instead? We've got you covered with the perfect recipe. Mutton lovers, raise your hands, as we're going to introduce you to a classic mutton curry recipe that is made using absolutely no oil. Yes, you heard that. Most Indian curries are made using ample amounts of oil, and having them for dinner may not be such a great idea. As a desi, it's impossible to completely eliminate these dishes from our diet. But we can certainly make them healthier so that we can enjoy them guilt-free. So, go ahead and try making this no-oil mutton curry recipe for your next dinner meal, and we are sure it'll be an instant hit in your family.
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Does No-Oil Mutton Curry Taste As Flavourful As Regular Mutton Curry?
When making no-oil mutton curry, you absolutely need not worry about its flavour. It tastes just as good as regular mutton curry, and you won't even be able to make out the difference. This recipe is perfect for those who do not wish to compromise on both health and flavour.
How To Prevent Mutton From Sticking To The Pan Without Using Oil?
Worried about your mutton sticking to the pan? There are a few things you should consider. It's true that oil helps prevent it from sticking to the pan, but when using a non-stick pan, you need not worry. The mutton also naturally releases water while cooking, so it becomes easier to cook it. In case you feel like it's still sticking to the surface, consider adding more water or a bit of tomato puree.
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How To Make No-Oil Mutton Curry | Healthy Mutton Curry Recipe
Start by marinating the mutton pieces with all the dry masalas and ginger-garlic paste. Make sure everything is well combined, and let it marinate for half an hour. Now, add the marinated mutton pieces to a non-stick pan and cook them for a few minutes. Once they start to brown, add the chopped onions and tomatoes. Mix well and cook until the onions become golden brown. If you feel like the mixture is sticking to the pan, add some water and give it a nice mix. Cover the pan with a lid and allow it to cook on a low-medium flame until the mutton becomes tender. Once done, add garam masala and garnish with fresh coriander leaves. Serve hot with rice, roti, or naan.
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