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 […]

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Mutton Biryani with Step by Step Pictures

Mutton Biryani - Weekend Special

Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani is yet another version of Mutton Biryani using the fragrant short grain Rice popular in Tamil Nadu. In this version, a variety of whole spices and herbs are used to make this one pot meal. I have another version of Mutton Biryani using Seeraga Samba Rice made in different ways, using […]

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Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani

Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani

Seeraga Samba Mutton Biryani is a popular Mutton Biryani in South, especially in Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu is famous for the Dindigul Thalappakattu Biryani, Ambur Biryani. The aroma and the goodness of these biryanis come from using the famous Seeraga Samba Rice, popularly used in making biryanis in Tamil Nadu. This biryani is Amma’s signature […]

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Mughlai Keema Masala

After a long time we took out pressure cooker recipe booklet and decided to cook from it. Amma said we should start with it as those cookbooks have been with us for a while now. Seeing this different take on our regular mutton keema, she was hesitant to try. However I said we should try […]

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Mutton Gojju | Andhra Style Semi Gravy Mutton Curry

Starting June I decided I will be more regular in this space and with that notion, I am sharing this Mutton Gojju that Amma makes quite often. I already have few variations of the gojju that she makes regularly. This was the recent addition and I wanted to make sure I record it here. We […]

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Mutton Semi Gravy | Mutton Gojju

It started raining in the evening and it felt heavenly! There was a time when it used to rain so unexpectedly and one would think we lived in a hill top. Hubby dear never fails to reminiscent on those early days when he shifted to Madras. It was during February and it used to rain […]

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Mutton Liver Fry

This yet another simple liver fry is a dish that my BIL made when we had visited them. As I was saying when we visit my sil, the cooking happens without anybody actually knowing who does what. Like in this thali, it was cooked by three different people over 2 hrs and it was nearly […]

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Mutton Biryani – Andhra Muslim Style ~ Pictorial

If there was an award for the recipe that stayed in drafts for the longest, I am sure this recipe will win hands down! This was taken almost couple of years ago. Now I don’t even know which year it was. Suffice to say that it was taken during our yearly trip to Hubby dear’s […]

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