Hariyali Mutton Curry Recipe
Hariyali or green curry is a curry loaded with fresh herbs like coriander leaves and some mint leaves.
Hariyali or green curry is a curry loaded with fresh herbs like coriander leaves and some mint leaves. A perfect blend of coriander leaves, mint leaves, green chilies and all the spices makes this curry packed with flavours and texture.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other mutton recipes such as
- 500 grams Mutton
- 2 Onions , pureed
- 2 Tomatoes , pureed
- Salt , to taste
- 1 teaspoon Cooking oil
- 2 tablespoon Fresh cream For green masala
- 2 cups Coriander (Dhania) Leaves
- 2 tablespoon Mint Leaves (Pudina)
- 8 Green Chillies , adjustable
- 2 Cloves (Laung)
- 2 inch Cinnamon Stick (Dalchini)
- 2 Cardamom (Elaichi) Pods/Seeds
- 1/2 Star anise
- 2 tablespoon Ginger , chopped
- 2 tablespoon Garlic , chopped
How to make Hariyali Mutton Curry Recipe
To begin making the Hariyali Mutton Curry recipe, clean/rinse mutton pieces. Add 1 teaspoon salt and pressure cook in 1/2 cup water for about 3 whistles.
Grind all the ingredients mentioned under ‘for green masala’ together with a little water.
Heat oil in a pan. Add onion paste and saute until raw smell of the onions goes off.
Add tomato puree and cook until oil separates from the sides of the pan.
Add green masala paste and cook for 5 minutes. Add cooked mutton pieces and mix well.
Add salt to taste and little water if required. Simmer and cook covered for 10 to 15 minutes. Whisk cream and add it to the curry. Serve hot.
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