Mutton Gojju ~ Andhra Semi Gravy

Mutton Gojju

Mutton Gojju is an Andhra Style Semi Gravy dish that can be served with Rice or Chapathis. The dish is made with a freshly ground spice powder that enhances the aroma and taste.

This past one month I was into cooking nonveg for the kids along with our Vegetarian Meal. It’s normally Amma who cooks the nonveg dishes while I either help or cook only the Veg dishes. So when I was making these dishes, I had to consult Amma for the recipe and proportions couple of times before doing it.

While I do have some Gojju dishes already shared, this was yet another one that Amma makes. So I thought as I was anyways cooking, I might as well click pictures and share it. The scene was like I start the lunch preparation at about 11.30 in the morning and try to complete all dishes by 1.30 pm. It will literally be a marathon cooking as all the four burners will be used and I have to plan on soaking and cooking each dish so that time is utilized correctly.

That one month of cooking surely gave me a couple of nonveg posts and some for better pictures. This dish was much appreciated as it been a while since I cooked. Of course, the entire recipe was recited by Amma so naturally, it has to be good.

We are on the final week of BM#89 where I am sharing some dishes from Amma that my kids enjoy.

Mutton Gojju

Mutton Gojju ~ Andhra Semi Gravy

Ingredients Needed:

For the Spice Powder

2 inch Cinnamon
2 to 3 Cloves
2 Cardamom
1 tsp Cumin Seeds
1 tsp Fennel Seeds
2 tsp Poppy Seeds

For the Mutton

300 gms Mutton
1/2 tsp Salt
A Pinch Turmeric Powder

For the Gravy

3 tsp Cooking Oil
1 cup Onions
1 tsp Ginger Garlic Paste
2 tsp Red Chilli Powder
2 tsp Coriander Powder
A Pinch Turmeric Powder
Salt to Taste
1 cup Coconut Milk Thick
Handful Curry Leaves
Handful Coriander Leaves

For the Spice Powder

Dry roast all the spices and allow to cool. Grind to a fine powder and keep it aside.

For the Mutton

Wash and cut the mutton into bite size pieces and pressure cook for 3 whistles along with salt and turmeric.

For the Gravy

In a kadai, heat the oil, add onions and saute till it changes colour.
Then add ginger garlic paste and mix well.
Add the boiled mutton pieces along with water and let it cook till the water evaporates.
Add coconut milk and all the spice powders and simmer further till the gravy reduces to thick coating to the mutton pieces.
Sprinkle the ground spice powder and chopped curry and coriander leaves.
Serve with Roti or Rice.

This is a semi gravy that can be mixed with rice and eaten or served as a side dish with Rotis.

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Mutton Gojju ~ Andhra Semi Gravy
Mutton Gojju is an Andhra Style Semi Gravy dish that can be served with Rice or Chapathis. The dish is made with a freshly ground spice powder that enhances the aroma and taste.
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For the Spice Powder
  1. Dry roast all the spices and allow to cool. Grind to a fine powder and keep it aside.
For the Mutton
  1. Wash and cut the mutton into bite size pieces and pressure cook for 3 whistles along with salt and turmeric.
For the Gravy
  1. In a kadai, heat the oil, add onions and saute till it changes colour.
  2. Then add ginger garlic paste and mix well.
  3. Add the boiled mutton pieces along with water and let it cook till the water evaporates.
  4. Add coconut milk and all the spice powders and simmer further till the gravy reduces to thick coating to the mutton pieces.
  5. Sprinkle the ground spice powder and chopped curry and coriander leaves.
  6. Serve with Roti or Rice.
  7. This is a semi gravy that can be mixed with rice and eaten or served as a side dish with Rotis.

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11 comments

  1. I am amazed at how many recipes are shared by ur mom and atthamma. I am sure with the three of you there is never a scarcity of new ideas 🙂

  2. Loved your non-veg series. Since I am too vegetarian and my mom’s side we never have non-veg, I am on the hunt for such traditional non-veg recipes for my DH & kids. Your mutton gojju looks like what he will like. Tempting share

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