Keto Mutton Recipe is what you guys asked for. This one is Keto Mutton Ghee roast made in pressure cooker which is ready in less than 30 minutes. The ease of cooking it in the cooker makes the recipe very much interesting and you can definitely make your ketogenic way of eating easier.
What will you need ?
The Keto mutton recipe is so damn simple; that you hardly need any exotic ingredients to prepare it. The idea behind starting this blog was to make the readers make the meals with easily available ingredients in the pantry. If you have all the following things availabe with you , you should make this today :
1] Mutton/Goat/Lamb bone-in pieces
2] Ghee – lots of it
3] Whole spices ( Need help with finding spices outside India ? See this article I wrote here )
4] Hung curd/ Greek Yogurt/ Sour Cream
5] Indian Masalas- Garam Masala, cumin and coriander powder
6] Tomato pulp of two small tomatoes.
Texture of the Keto Mutton Ghee roast :
The texture is not watery like a curry but is more like a dry indian curry. The pieces are properly coated with the gheelicious curry base and the meat is cooker near to fork-tender in the pressure cooker in less than 30 minutes. Do you guys have a pressure cooker small as for making meats or biryanis ? I have the Handi pressure cooker and it is so good because of the compact size and is easy to clean later.
If you want the perfect cooker for this recipe, here is my recommendation.- Mini Pressure cooker
The Youtube Recipe with Instructions is here :
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