Chunky, juicy mutton pieces dunked in spicy and flavourful gravy – and that’s a bowl of tantalising mutton curry for you. Mutton curry defines everything royal, lavish and decadent. We find variety of mutton curry recipes across India that leaves a strong impression on our palate and mind. From Bengali mutton kosha to Rajasthani laal maas – options are many, leaving us spoilt for choices. But if you thought mutton curry is all about spices and rich flavours, then you are surely in for a surprise. Besides those rich, spice-loaded mutton recipes, we also have some meat-based dishes that are flavourful yet super comforting. One such popular option is mutton stew.

For the unversed, stew is a soupy gravy-based recipe that is prepared by combining vegetables, meat, chicken et al. Traditionally, stew is made using slow cooking process that not only softens the meat but also keeps the nutrients intact. According to food experts, stew is made across the globe since ancient times. Time to time, evidences of stew was found in different communities and their food culture. However, recipes differ from place to place, as per the availability of the ingredients. In India, stew includes various desi spices and vegetables, making it extremely aromatic and flavourful.

Here we bring you a mutton stew recipe that includes fried mutton, vegetables, butter, and more. Although it is super easy to make, but it takes time to make a perfect bowl of mutton stew – due to the slow-cooking method. Let’s take a look at the recipe.

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How To Make Mutton Stew | Mutton Stew Recipe:

For making this mutton stew, we need to first heat oil/ butter in a pan and fry onions till transparent. Then add the meat and stir-fry for a minute or two and add flour to it. Coat each meat piece with the flour and add water to it. Simmer and boil till the meat is half done. Then add vegetables, salt, pepper, nutmeg and slow cook until the meat and vegetables turn tender. That’s it. Enjoy it hot, with some bread by the side.

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