Kerala Style Mutton Stew

(Jane Jojo) #1

Mutton simmered in coconut milk with onion, ginger- garlic and spices. Appam with mutton Stew is one of my favorite breakfast. Great combination with Idiyappam, puttu and bread also.

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(Dr Suhas Choudhari) #2

Very nice....I tried and loved it

(Jane Jojo) #3

Thanks for trying it out, Suhas. Glad that you liked it.

(Simran Singh) #4

Very nice.. came out just like I expected it to be

(Jane Jojo) #5

Thanks Simran! Great to hear that you liked it.


This was amazingly simple and easy to try. The end result was also good. Thanks.

(Jane Jojo) #7

Thanks for trying it out Manoj! Good to know that you liked it.

(G Rani Dora) #8

I loved ur recipe. It is so yummy. Yr step by step by step instructions are so easy to follow.. Even Yr quantities are just right for a small đź‘Ş.

(Jane Jojo) #9

Thanks a lot Rani! Happy to hear that you loved it :)

(Jincy Joseph) #10

It came out well. I cooked for 2kg mutton, i used less amount of thick coconut milk, thats why my stew looks darker in colour. But the taste was awesome. Thanks Jane!
U made my easter breakfast yummy!! Happy easter!

(Jane Jojo) #11

Great to hear that, Jincy :slight_smile: Thanks for trying out my recipe!

(Anushah Jey Shriee) #12

5 stars… love this recipe very much… turned out well… creamy and delicious. My family loves it so much… thank you… its super easy to follow your recipe… hats off…:kissing:

(Anushah Jey Shriee) #13

(Jane Jojo) #14

Thank you so much! Thanks for trying it out :slight_smile:

(Shruti Vijayakar) #15

(Balakrishnan Vasudevan) #16

Thank you so much for the recipe. Can’t wait to try it out. Can you share the brand of coconut milk that you recommend. I live in Southern California and use a lot of store bought coconut milk.

(Jane and Cherian) #17

We use Chaokoh

(Jane Jojo) #18

Thanks a lot for trying it out! Picture looks so yummy :slight_smile:

(Dafydd Saer) #19

I made this in a slow cooker for about 8 hours and left it overnight. I tried it yesterday lunchtime but forgot to make the garnish and it was still possibly the best tasting curry I have ever had, certainly in the United Kingdom. Last night I made the garnish as well and I couldn’t believe how incredibly much tastier it was again! Thank you so much for this.

(Jane Jojo) #20

Thanks a lot for trying it out! Infact, I wanted to do it in a slow cooker, but didn’t get a chance to try it out yet. Next time :slight_smile: Can you upload a pic?