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Palak Mutton

By: Sonu Chainani of

Mutton cooked in spinach

Filed in Main Dishes

Serves 4 people

Green mutton for you


½ kg Mutton
1 bunch Spinach
4 nos. Tomato
4 nos. Green Chilies(diced)
4 nos. Onion(medium)
1 tbsp All spice powder
1 tsp Coriander powder
½ tsp Turmeric Powder
1 tsp Red Chili Powder
1 piece Cinnamon
4 nos. Cardamom
4 nos. Bay leaves
Salt to taste
Lemon for garnishing
Coriander leaves for garnishing


  1. Heat 2 tbsp ghee in pressure cooker, and add Dal, Sugar, Cloves, Cardamoms and bay leaves.
  2. Grind the onions and add them in the cooker, stir till they become golde brown, then put washed mutton pieces. Fry for 15-20 mins.
  3. Then put grind tomato puree, ginger garlic paste green chilles and all the masalas (salt, chilli, coriander and turmeric powder) stir for another 15 mins on low heat.
  4. Add ground spinach into the cooker and keep stirring for 5 mins, then put garam masala and put 1 full glass of water and keep it for another 30 minutes till the mutton becomes tender.
  5. Garnish with lime juice and coriander leaves.

Latest Comments

By Ramesh on 12/31/2013 2:23:00 AM

Anuradha and others are right - Dal and sugar are not mentioned in the list of ingredients, neither is the quantity or type of dal required. Also nowhere is it mentioned that the palak has to be ground to a paste. Perhaps Rachita is also right in what she is thinking, namely, Dal+Sugar; Shortform for Dalchini+Desi name for Sugar, Chini = Dal-Chini = Dalchini, Cinnamon. Is it what you mean? Hence, the question is, whether, we should, at all, use Dal and Sugar in your given recipe and doing what, add or don't add, will waste our labour, preparation and food materials. Sonu Chainani, publishing a recipe is giving new knowledge. If you make mistakes in communication, you happen to misguide us and become responsible for the waste of our food material. So, be careful! Well, coincidently, yours is the only Palak-Mutton recipe I came across on this website and thanks for that. Therefore, please resubmit it with due corrections, so that I can prepare, atleast something.

By Rachita on 6/23/2010 4:12:00 PM

I think dal chini, which translates to cinnamon...

By Anuradha on 1/6/2008 12:34:00 AM

Dal and sugar are not mentioned in the list of ingredients neither is the quantity or type of dal required. Also no where is it mentioned that the pallak has to be paste. I wanted to try this receipe but now I am confused. Could you please clarify this.

By SAVIO DSOUZA on 7/15/2007 1:21:00 AM

which dal?????its not there in the ingredent list.

By rashmi on 9/26/2005 10:24:00 AM

you have not metioned which dal and cloves and sugar are also missingh from your ingredient list!!!!


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