A spicy mutton roast in a delicacy in most parts of Kerala and is surely relished with appam,rice or paratha.Well,I personally never ate mutton curry until,I tasted it at one of my friends place.I wanted to try making mutton roast ,with my set of spices and  ingredients,so I came up with this recipe which is spicy and goes really well with appam,kerala paratha or even rice.Do try it!!

1) Mutton - 1 lb
2) Red Onion( thinly sliced) - 1 medium
3) Shallot(finely chopped) - 5/6
4) Ginger - 1 tbsp crushed
5) Garlic - 1 tbsp crushed
6) Chilli powder - 1 tbsp(roasted)
7) Corriander powder - 1 tbsp(roasted)
8) Fennel seeds powder - 1/2 tsp(roasted)
9) Pepper(finely grounded) - 1/2 tsp(roasted)
10) Curry Leaves- 10/12
11) Dried Coconut cut pieces- 1 tbsp cut into cubes
12) Red whole chilli - 2 to 3
13) Tomato - 1 cut into cubes
14)Green chili - 2 crushed
15)cilantro leaves - 1 cup chopped

Method of Preparation:
1) In a pan roast red chilli powder, corriander powder, pepper and fennel seads powder.
2) Saute ginger garlic green chili and curry leaves for about 3 mins.
3)Now add the sliced onion and saute until golden brown.
4) Now add the tomato and saute,then add the cleaned and cut mutton pieces( previously salted) to it and stir well .
5) Add the roasted spices to it and stir well until all the pieces are well blend with spice and cook with closed lib in low flame for about 10 mins..
6) Now add 4 cups of water and cook with closed lid for 30 minutes in low flame.
7) Stir occasionally and switch off the flame when gravy dries out completely.
8) In a pan heat 2 tbsp coconut oil and sort the dried cut coconut pieces until golden brown, add curry leaves,cilantro leaves and red whole chilli to it.
9) Switch off th flame and add it to the mutton roast.
10) Serve it hot with steamed rice, appam or chappthi.

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