Mutton Masala Kanji

Mutton Masala Kanji /nombu kanji /Kari kanji is one of the staple food for all Muslims during Ramadan especially in tamil nadu…

We are in 10th of June and its time for MFB challenge .. Today’s challenge is Ramadan memories… Yes we are now in Ramadan… Many of them have memories in Ramadan from childhood or anytime … In our places in Ramadan kanji is must…its prepared 30 days . In my moms place when I was small she used to make chukku kanji for everyday. we have heared of masala kanji but its not common in our (moms)place..but after marriage when I came to my hubby’s place they prepared this masala kanji for everyday…. and I loved it so much… that spiciness masala taste …😚 So after that when Ramadan comes I make sure I prepare this everyday…. Back in india we also get this type of kanji from mosque .

So today’s challenge I share with you our favourite masala kanji.its easy and quick to make..we just need to put all together a d pressure cook it…then add the coconut milk and do tempering.

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Mutton Masala kanji
Course Main Dish
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Course Main Dish
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Instructions
  1. clean the mutton keema and cook with 1 tsp currymasala/powder and 1/2tsp ginger garlic paste for 2 whistle
  2. In a cooker add together onion ,tomato,greenchilli, ginger garlic paste, garlic clove , fennel seeds ,jeers,coriander leaves, mint leaves ,fenugreek seeds, cardomom clove cinnamon.,curry Masala turmeric powder, salt then add 3 cups of water and cool till mushy.
  3. Then add the cooked keema to the rice mix and cook for 2 minutes then add coconut milk and again boil for 1 minutes
  4. In a small pan add oil , chopped onion, curryleaves and tsp of ginger garlic paste and temper on to the kanji..serve hot
Recipe Notes

After cooking the rice add enough water to make kanji consistency.

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4 thoughts on “Mutton Masala Kanji

  1. Our kanji is plain, with just jeera… don’t make it everyday, and I haven’t even made it this month at all… I am surprised the kids never asked! This sounds so delicious that I may just make it as dinner one day! Lovely share…

  2. South Indian food is so different from its northern counterpart! Sounds filling and nutritious, just what you need in these long and hot days of fasting 🙂

  3. Mutton kanji is from my Ramadan memories too as it is one of those dishes which are prepared only i this month. Your kanji looks perfect with right consistency. And it is such a comfort food.

  4. Oh! this is exactly what we get from the mosque every day minus the mutton. But they do add minced mutton on the 27th day of Ramadan and it is so yum!!! I have been wanting to recreate it for long- will wait for the summer to die and I am going to come back here as this sounds so much like the one I used to have! Muah!

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