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Indian Mutton Curry - Jhatpat Mutton - Goulash Style Mutton Curry

Jhatpat Mutton – Goulash Style Indian Mutton Curry
Sumit Malhotra

Indian Mutton Curry – Jhatpat Mutton – Goulash Style Mutton Curry & Lord Macaulay

It is always better if there is a story behind food. It makes things interesting. Even more interesting is how humans can suddenly display behavior of utmost astonishment at times unexpected. A conversation with Jayita Sen Sengupta on the British Lord Macaulay stemmed out. It was from a post on my Facebook page which was untrue for most part it seems.

Seems to be a forgery

Seems to be a forgery

A bit of HistoryLord Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay was Secretary to the Board of Control under Lord Grey from 1832 until 1833. After the passing of the Government of India Act 1833, he was appointed as the first Law Member of the Governor-General’s Council. He went to India in 1834, and served on the Supreme Council of India between 1834 and 1838. Later on he introduced English medium education in India through his famous Minute on Indian Education of February 1835. This called for an educational system to create a class of anglicised Indians who would serve as cultural intermediaries between the British and the Indians. This Minute actually brought to an end a lively debate on the appropriate language for education and administration. Macaulay thereby succeeded in implementing ideas previously put forward by Lord William Bentinck, the governor-general from 1829, who, inspired by utilitarian ideas and calling for “useful learning,” had favoured the replacement of Persian with English as the official language, the use of English as the medium of instruction, and the training of English-speaking Indians as teachers.

It seems while he did considerable damage to the indigenous languages, he did not make the speech in the image alongside.

While having this conversation, Jayita Sen Sengupta, an accomplished foodie, amazing cook and a good soul that she is, slipped a variant (I did some custom work) of Goulash style Indian Mutton Curry recipe to me. All this while checking how come I was not cooking much and what was I up to workwise.

The recipe was a very Goulash style Indian Mutton Curry. As per Jayita, it would get ready in no more than 40 minutes if pressure cooked. Splendid! Just what I needed when my good friend Rahul S Deshpande was gorging on meaty treats from Kake Da Hotel and tempting me with photos on Whatsapp. Hence inspired, at 9 PM in the biting cold of Gurgaon, I set out to purchase the raw material for this meaty sojourn. The recipe of this spicy and really aromatic Jhatpat Goulash style Indian Mutton Curry follows below.

Jai Macaulay 😀

What you need for Jhatpat Mutton – Goulash Style Indian Mutton Curry?

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 Mutton Meat on the bone750 grams
Tomatoes Small ones quartered5 No.
Onions Small ones quartered5 No.
Potatoes Small ones quartered5 No.
Green ChillesAbout 2 inches each5 No.
GarlicPeel and crush10 Cloves
GingerCut into cubes4 inches
Green Cardamom6 No.
Bay Leaf2 No.
Cloves6 No.
Cinnamon SticksAbout 4 inches
Mace1 Floret
Red Chilli PowderKashmiri1 Tablespoon
Garam Masala Powder1 Tablespoon
Mustard OilKachi Ghani80 ml
Water2 Cups

Method for making Jhatpat Mutton – Goulash Style Indian Mutton Curry

  1. Add everything except for potatoes to the pressure cooker.
  2. Give 4 whistles. Check if more than halfway done and add the potatoes
  3. Give 1 more whistle. Remove from fire and add chopped coriander.
  4. Serve with rice.

Bon Appétit 🙂

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