Bengali Mutton stew with veggies; sounds interesting? Well, to me it was that dish that my mother excels at cooking. She was famous to feed all the unwilling kids growing up together in our Central Kolkata-based joint family. I would not say it was interesting to me while growing up. After all, there was gorgore Mangshor Jhol (with aloo) for the adults while Maa used to cook the Shobji diye mangshor jhol for the kids. It was subtle, loaded with seasonal veggies, and cooked with soft chunks of mutton. She used to use butter as the base. The dish for sure is tasty and comforting but this is not what you can say to a growing kid who wanted to have the spicy alternative.
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It is funny that now I love the Bengali Mutton Stew and even at times over Kosha Mangsho or mangshor Jhol. I suppose our preference for food changes with the change of age. However, I do not cook it separately for Pasta. I know how it felt to have separate food specially cooked for the kids. I guess all my cousins and nieces and nephews will vouch for this.
The recipe for Bengali Mutton Stew!
Even after not liking the stew for years, I follow my mother's recipe for Bengali Mutton Stew. Maa uses as much as seasonal veggies available, soft chunks of mutton and a few bone pieces, butter, and some whole spices to make it. In addition to this, I must mention, the age-old pressure cooker plays a very important role in making the stew. No slow cooking, no time-consuming process for this.
Here's how I cook Bengali Mutton Stew with veggies in a pressure cookerPrint
Bengali Mutton Stew with Veggies in a pressure cooker | Shobji diye Mangshor Jhol
Bengali Mutton Stew with Veggies aka Shobji diye Mangshor Jhol is a comforting mutton stew cooked with loads of veggies
- Prep Time: 15 mins
- Cook Time: 20 mins
- Total Time: 35 mins
- Yield: 4 People 1x
- Category: Mutton
- Method: Cooking
- Cuisine: Bengali
- 500g Mutton (small pieces)
- 2 Potato (Big)
- 3 Onion (Big)
- 1 Carrot (Big)
- 5 Beans
- 1 Green Papaya
- 1 Tbsp. Ginger Paste
- 1 Tbsp. Garlic Paste
- 3 Tbsp. Butter
- ½ Tsp. Black Peppercorn
- ¼ Tsp. Kebab Chini/ Allspice
- 2 Tsp. Black Pepper Powder
- 1 Tsp. Bengali Garam Masala Powder
- 4 Tbsp. Lemon Juice
- 1.5 Tsp. Salt
- Wash Mutton and marinate with Ginger and Garlic paste, 2 Tbsp. lemon juice and also ½ Tsp. Salt.
- Now peel the potatoes, Papaya, carrots and cut them into wedges.
- After peeling the skin, Cut onions into four pieces.
- Cut Beans into long strips.Heat 2 Tbsp. Butter in a pressure cooker.
- Temper the butter with Black Peppercorn and Kebab chini.
- Add onion and fry till it turns light pink in color.
- Now add the marinated mutton and cook for around 5 minutes.
- At this point, the mixture will emit a nice aroma.
- Add all the veggies and toss using a spatula.
- Now add black pepper powder and adjust the salt.
- Cook for 5 minutes.
- Now add 3 cups of hot water.
- Cover the pressure cooker with a lid and put the vent weight on.
- Cook on high flame till the cooker releases pressure (whistle number 1).
- After that reduce the flame and cook till 4 whistles come from the cooker.
- Switch the flame off.
- Open the pressure cooker once the pressure drops completely.
- Add remaining lemon juice, remaining butter, and also Bengali garam masala powder.
- Mix and serve it hot with rice or bread.
- Papaya works as a tendering agent and it increases the flavor of the stew.
- Kebab chini aka allspice is completely optional but gives an amazing flavor to the mutton stew.
- Adjust chili and pepper based on your need.
- Instead of butter, you can use refined oil.
- You can adjust the lemon juice based on your need.
- Instead of mutton, you can use lamb as well.
- Though I skip, however, you can add tomato.
- Serving Size: 200g
- Calories: 494
- Sugar: 9.1g
- Sodium: 1095mg
- Fat: 21.4g
- Saturated Fat: 9.9g
- Carbohydrates: 35.9g
- Fiber: 7.4g
- Protein: 40.2g
- Cholesterol: 138mg
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- Kosha Mangsho (also known as Bengali Mutton Kasha)
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- Kochi Pathar Jhol (also known as Aloo diye Mangshor Jhol or Bengali Mutton Curry)
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