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Malvani Mutton Chaap Masala

Mutton Chaap Masala

Malvani non-vegetarians like a variety of mutton meals in addition to fish and chicken recipes. Goat mutton is what we like to eat. Although meat from poultry chicken is referred to as chicken and meat from goats or ships as mutton, it's interesting to note that in Malvan, meat from country chicken and goats is referred to as mutton.

Once every two to three weeks used to be when my Baba (father) would bring mutton. My younger sister and I were looking forward to that day. He used to bring mutton from the Kumbharmath Area, from a local vendor. It was a special task to bring mutton at that time. He used to get up early and get to the mutton shop by seven in the morning since all of the mutton was sold out by nine. My Aai (mother) has begun the process of making the Bhajlela Vataap.

Even now, we still purchase our mutton and chicken from the designated vendors who used to serve us. The same holds true for fish. Even though it took a little longer, we were confident that the mutton we would receive would be of good quality.

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Malvani Mutton Chaap Masala Recipe is inspired by Chef Ranveer Brar's Mutton Chaap Masala Recipe, I did some small changes and used Malvani Bhajka Masala. Chef Ranveer is inspiration to many homechefs like me. I have used already boiled Mutton Chaap for the Mutton Soup, whereas Chef has prepared it with Fresh Goat Meat. I tried to give the Recipe a Malvani touch by adding Malvani Bhajlela Vataap and Malvani Bhajka Masala.

Malvani Mutton Chaap Masala can be eaten with Amboli, Steamed Rice, Rice Bhakri or Chapati.

Cooking Method
Courses ,
Difficulty Advanced
Time
Prep Time: 15 mins Cook Time: 30 mins Rest Time: 15 mins Total Time: 1 hr
Servings 4
Description

Malvani non-vegetarians like a variety of mutton meals in addition to fish and chicken recipes. Goat mutton is what we like to eat. Although meat from poultry chicken is referred to as chicken and meat from goats or ships as mutton, it's interesting to note that in Malvan, meat from country chicken and goats is referred to as mutton.

Ingredients
    Main Ingredients
  • 100 grams Mutton Chaap
  • 1-2 tablespoon Oil
  • 2-3 cups Water
  • 5 Cloves
  • 8 Black Pepper
  • 1 Black Cardemom
  • 2 Bay Leaf
  • 1 Cinamon Stick (1 Inch)
  • 1 Star Anise
  • Salt (To Your Taste)
  • 1 cup Bhajlela Vataap
  • Marinating Ingradients
  • 1 tablespoon Cumin Seeds Powder
  • 1 tablespoon Coriander Powder
  • 1-2 tablespoon Malvani Bhajka Masala (As per Your Spice Requirement)
Instructions
  1. Marinate Boiled Mutton Chaaps with Cumin seed powder, Coriander seeds powder and Malvani Bhajka Masala

    Grab some boiled Mutton Chaap pieces.

    I have made Mutton Soup first, and I'm using those pieces for Mutton Chaap Masala, but you are welcome to take fresh pieces as well.
  2. Mutton Chaap Margination

    Marinate Mutton Chaap with Malvani Bhajka Masala, Coriander Powder, and Cumin Seed Powder. Give it ten to fifteen minutes to rest.

  3. Kadhai on Heat

    Place a pot over a medium-low flame.

  4. Add some oil in Kadhai

    Pour some oil into a heated pot.

  5. Add Whole spices to heated Oil

    When the oil is hot, add the whole spices and let them to unleash their fragrance.

  6. Add Bhajlela Vataap

    Include Bhajlela Vataap in it. If you are using fresh Mutton Chaap pieces, add the them first, sauté them for a few minutes, and then add the Bhajlela Vataap.

  7. Add Marinated Mutton Chaap.

    Add Mutton Chaap after the first boil. 

  8. Mix the Chaap and Vataap well.

    Mix it well.

  9. Add some Water at your desired Consistency

    Add some Water for your desired consistence. As it is a Chaap Masala it should be thick.

  10. Let it boil the Mutton Curry

    Cook until it begins to boil, about 20 minutes on Low heat.

  11. Turn Off the heat and let it rest.

    Turn off the Heat.

  12. Add some fresh finally chopped coriander

    Sprinkle the Finely Chopped Coriander

  13. Malvani Mutton Chaap is ready to be served

    Malvani Mutton Chaap Masala is Ready to Serve.

Keywords: Mutton Recipes, Mutton Masala, Mutton Chaap Masala, Malvani Food, Malvani Cuisine, Malvan, Indian Coastal Food
Kunal Bandekar
Malvani Food Blogger

My name is Kunal Bandekar and I welcome you to my FOOD Journey. I belongs to Malvan (Sindhudurga) well known small but sweet town in West coast of Maharshtra, India.
My love towards our Local, Traditional - Malvani, Kokani Food gave this idea to spread the Kokani, Malvani food to the whole World with the help of this Food Blog.