Add a South Indian touch to your dinner by trying Chettinad Mutton Kuzhambu.
Mutton Kulambu (also known as Mutton Kuzhambu) is a spicy village-style mutton curry popular in India's Chettinad region. Mutton Kulambu (Mutton Kuzhambu), pronounced koo-lum-boo in Tamil, is a popular mutton (goat meat) dish served with steamed rice, idli, and dosa in Tamil Nadu and the Chettinad region. Chettinad mutton kuzhambu, also known as Chettinad mutton curry, is a spicy, hot, and aromatic dish made with aromatic and unique spices such as dagad Phool (Kal pasi or black stone flower), nutmeg and mace (jaiphal and javitri), star anise, and shallots (sambar onions). If you scrimp on the ingredients, you won't obtain the authentic taste of Chettinad mutton. The aromatic and distinct flavour and taste of the Chettinad mutton kuzhambu/curry come from the spices used in the meal. It has an onion-tomato based spicy base with a delectable paste made of white poppy seeds, dried red chillies, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, cloves, cinnamon, black peppercorns, ginger, garlic, onions, and fresh coconut flavours. This curry has a unique flavour because of the amazing blend of coconut and poppy seeds. It's a thin curry from South India that's made to be served over steaming rice. This Chettinad Mutton Kuzhambu is spicy and tasty, and it's ideal for a special South Indian dinner. This recipe is a perfect blend of South Indian spices and flavours to startle your taste buds.
Here's how you can make delicious Mutton Kuzhambu at home for dinner-