Cook Mutton Curry with Okra

How To : Cook mutton curry with Okra

For many people, mutton is dish more closely associated with medieval knights than gourmet cooking. This video demonstrates the cooking of a recipe for a modern, Indian take on the old-fashioned staple. The mutton-eating trolls from the Hobbit certainly didn't eat eat it with ...more

How to Make Indian food : Mutton curry

The author of this video tells her recipe for Mutton Curry, as well as shows the dish being made at different steps in the process. The dish is made with Mutton as the main ingredient, and includes ginger paste, garlic paste, yogurt, onions, various powdered spices, cloves, an ...more

How to Make Indian food : Egg curry

In this video Sheeba is demonstrating how to make a simple dish called egg curry. This would be a welcome change from the regular chicken, mutton or fish dishes. For this first fry some onion till they are golden brown. Then add the tomatoes and the fried onions in a blender a ...more

How To : Make lamb and lentil curry (daal gosht)

Shebas Recipes teaches viewers how to make Daal Gosht - a meat and lentil curry! You will need a pound of chopped mutton cubes and half a cup of lentil. You will have soaked and washed the lentil four about a half and hour. Your spices are a tea spoon of salt, teaspoon of turm ...more

How To : Make okra curry bhindi masala

Tina shows us how to make okra curry bhindi masala, into this video. Take 2 cups of okra cleaned rinsed and cut into an inch long pieces. Also needed are half of a large onion (or one small onion) sliced and a potato, cut into small, bite sized pieces. She says, to leave the s ...more

How To : Make Indian bhuna ghost

Vah Chef, Sanjay Thumma from Vahrehvah.com turns this Indian lamb curry specialty into a home cooked meal in 10 easy steps! 1) Sauté thinly sliced onions in oil, spices, bay leaf, and salt until golden brown. Do not burn as that will affect the flavor. 2) Add ginger-garlic pa ...more

How To : Make Indian style tandoori roti (wheat bread)

Tandoori roti is another type of Indian unleavened bread which is usually made in a clay oven called a tandoor and commonly enjoyed with chicken, lamb, mutton or other non-vegetarian dishes. Vegetarians out there, don’t worry. It tastes just as fabulous with vegetarian curry d ...more

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