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Recipe: Goat Meat Curry

Updated on September 10, 2011

Meat Curry

This recipe is for cooking any meat curry like goat, lamb, pork or any other meat. I learnt this recipe from my mom. Love this curry with Ragi mudde (ball).


  1. Meat 2 lb (1 kg), cut into medium size pieces
  2. 2 medium size onions
  3. 2 small tomato
  4. 3/4 tbsp chilli powder, you can add more if you want it very spicy
  5. 3 tbsp coriander powder
  6. 1/2 tbsp garam masala
  7. 1/4 cup fresh coconut
  8. 1 tbsp each of ginger and garlic paste (of course fresh ginger & garlic would give more taste)
  9. 2-3 branches of fresh coriander (cilantro) leaves
  10. few curry leaves
  11. 2 tbsp salt or to taste

Preparation method:

  • Heat oil in a vessel add onion and fry well for about 5-6 minutes. Add ginger & garlic paste in the middle
  • Add above ingredients to a grinder and also add other ingredients like coriander powder, chilli powder, coconut, coriander leaves, tomato, garam masala, add 1/2 cup water and grind everything into fine paste. You need to grind for like 5-6 minutes until everything becomes really fine paste.
  • Now heat some more oil in a vessel, once hot add few curry leaves and fry them for about 1 minute, you should get nice aroma from it
  • Now add meat and salt and fry everything together for like 10 minutes, stir couple of times
  • Now add grinded masala to the meat and mix everything together
  • Add about 1 cup of water (meat should be covered in water, but not too much) and heat
  • If it is Goat meat (non chicken), you are better off cooking in pressure cooker (about 5 whistles)
  • If you are not using pressure cooker you may have to cook for about 30 minutes if it is chicken or 45 minutes if it is any other meat by stirring occasionally

Enjoy this mouth watering meat curry with basmati or sona masoori rice. I enjoy it with nice Ragi ball.

bon appetit


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      Purple Perl 8 years ago from Bangalore,India

      Slurp! You must be a very good cook! We enjoy cooking this at home also.