Mutton Curry is one of the most popular non-vegetarian dish of Bihar. It is generally cooked with Indian spices and using mustard oil. It is usually had with rice, roti or parathas.
Mutton 500 gm dressed and cut in pieces, Onion 200 gm chopped in pieces, paste of onion 2 table spoon, ginger 1 table spoon and garlic 1 table spoon, , 1 tea spoon garam masala(mixed Indian spices including cardamom, clove, cinnamon etc.) powder, Dhaniya(coriander) powder 1 tea spoon, jeera (cumin) powder 1 tea spoon, black pepper powder half spoon, red chili powder 1 tea spoon, turmeric powder 1 tea spoon, Oil 6-7 table spoon, salt to taste, 1 spoon yoghurt or curd, 2 pcs red chili, 2 pcs dry bay leaves, green coriander leaves.
Heat oil in deep pan, put 2 pieces of tejpatta(dry bay leaves), 2 pcs red chili and chopped onion and fry till it becomes brown. Add mutton pieces and salt and cook for about 2 minutes. Now add paste of garlic, ginger and onion, 1 spoon yoghurt, haldi (turmeric)powder 1 spoon and other powders except garam masala and cook on medium flame till oil starts oozing out.
Add water to make curry and allow it to boil on medium flame. Ensure that the mutton pieces are cooked properly. Add 1 spoon garam masala and stop when the curry has reached desired thickness. Add 1 spoon pure ghee and garnish the curry with green coriander leaves.
The delicious Bihari non-vegetarian dish, Mutton Curry is now ready to serve and can be had with rice, roti or Paratha.