Juicy Mutton Tikka in a microwave
27 December 2019
Category : Recipes
The New Year’s Eve party is incomplete without barbecues. How about cooking the compliment-worthy tender mutton tikka in a microwave? Chef Smita Deo’s recipe from the
digital cookbook by Godrej Appliances
is a perfect party winner. Thinly sliced mutton is marinated for 3-8 hours with papaya paste, mint, coriander, ginger and garlic paste. The result is juicy and a to-die-for flavour – tender from the inside and crisp on the outside. Mutton Tikka tastes good when served with hot butter naan or a salad.
½ kg boneless chunks of mutton, thinly sliced
1tsp garam masala powder
1 tsp cumin seed powder
1 tbsp coriander seed powder
½ tsp cardamom powder
4-5 spicy green chillies
½ cup fresh mint leaves
½ cup finely chopped fresh coriander leaves
3 tbsp raw papaya paste
Juice of half a lemon
1 tsp ginger and garlic paste each
1 tbsp ghee
Salt to taste
Grind the chillies, mint and coriander to a fine paste with very little water.
Marinate the mutton with papaya paste, mint, coriander, chilli paste, garam masala powder, cumin and coriander seed powder, pepper powder, ginger and garlic paste and lemon juice.
Let it marinate for 3-8 hours. Put the marinated pieces in a baking tray, drizzle the ghee and place the tray in the microwave.
Press ‘CONVEC’. Set temperature to 200 degree C and set the time to 40 minutes. Now press start.
After 20 minutes, turn the mutton pieces carefully as they are thin and will get soft because of the papaya paste that we have used as a tenderizer. Cook for 20 more minutes and the mutton tikka is ready to be served. Serve with some salad and hot naan
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