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Mutton curry is a family favorite and hence, I had to share this recipe with you all! Spicy mutton curry with rice is an absolute bliss on Sundays and we all love relishing it. The best part is that no prior meat marination is required in this case and it is a simple way to make a delicious curry at home! My mom makes this at home and it is surely a comfort food for me. If you are a mutton lover, you should try this. Here are the list of ingredients required: Mutton - 500gms Turmeric Powder- 1/2 tsp Red chilli powder- 1/2 tsp Salt- 1/2 tsp Mustard Oil- 1 tsp Curd- 2 tbsp Ghee- 1/2 tbsp Red chillies- 2 Bay leaves- 2 Cinnamon sticks- 1/2 Cardamom- 2 Onion- 2 Mustard Oil- 1 tbsp 5-6 cloves of garlic Green chillies- 2 Red chillies- 2 Ginger- 1/2 Potatoes- 2 Tomato- 1 Curd- 2 tbsp Water, as required METHOD- In a bowl, take

A traditional Bengali lunch - Dim Posto, is a crowd favourite when it comes to a filling and delicious meal. The main ingredient here is the poppy seeds or the posto, which is a delight among Bengalis and is used for making vegetarian delicacies as well. It goes best with steaming white rice, so let us see how to cook this at home: Ingredients- Poppy seeds Green Chillies Eggs Poatotes Salt Turmeric powder Brown sugar Water METHOD: Make a paste in a mixer with 4-5 tbsp of poppy seeds, 2 green chillis and 1/2 cup water. Keep it aside Keep the required amount of eggs and potatoes boiled, to be cooked later. In a kadhai, heat 2 tbsp mustard oil, add a tbsp of salt and a pinch of turmeric powder. Fry the eggs and potatoes in this till they turn golden brown. Keep the slightly fried boiled eggs aside