Mutton Masala is a spicy and flavorful Indian curry made with tender mutton (goat meat) cooked in a rich onion-tomato gravy with a blend of aromatic spices. The dish is typically made by marinating mutton pieces in yogurt and spices for several hours or overnight, which helps to tenderize the meat and infuse it with flavor.
To make Mutton Masala, the marinated mutton is first cooked in a pressure cooker until it is soft and tender. Meanwhile, a mixture of onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, and spices is sautéed in oil until the onions turn golden brown and the tomatoes are fully cooked. The cooked mutton is then added to the onion-tomato mixture and simmered until the gravy thickens and the flavors have melded together.
Mutton Masala is usually served with Indian flatbreads like naan or roti, or with steamed rice. It is a popular dish in many parts of India and is often enjoyed during festive occasions and family gatherings.