A close cousin of chilli chicken, this green chilli meat can be made in just 3 eays steps!


  • Indian cuisine is all about fiery spices and rich dishes
  • Mutton is a popular dish in the Indian cuisine
  • Here is a green chilli meat recipe that you can prepare in 3 steps

A lovely dish of meat is sure to take your dinner party a notch higher. Isn’t it? Be it a party at home or at a restaurant, meat for a meal can never go wrong for a mutton lover! Think of an Indian-style mutton dish, brimming with flavourful spices and juicy boneless mutton chunks, aren’t you slurping already? A mutton kebab, tikka or a curry paired with any Indian bread is a delight no matter what the occasion might be!

The Indian cuisine likes to play with a variety of spices. Weather it is any vegetable curry, fiery chicken dishes or a spicy variation of meat, one can find numerous Indian dishes that boasts of its spice quotient. While restaurants have a variety of such dishes to choose from, people often find it hard to replicate them at home. Biting into juicy mutton, bursting with all things spicy in the comfort of your home, has a joy with no bounds. But does cooking a spicy, flavourful dish of meat at home sounds like tough job? Fret not! We’ve got a quick and easy, 3-step green chilli meat recipe that one can try at home.

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Green Chilli Meat Recipe

Made with simple ingredients found in our kitchen pantry, green chilli meat has boneless mutton chunks mixed with a myriad of spices and herbs including cumin, ginger, garlic, coriander, onion and curd. The primary ingredient in this dish is green chillies that are split with the seeds removed before adding to the meat mix. The mix is covered with a tight fitting lid in a deep vessel and left to cook for about 1 hour, 15 minutes, until the meat is tender. It is seasoned with tomatoes wedges right before serving hot!

A fuss-free, stellar dish that is apt for all occasions, green chilli meat can be a starter as well as a main course if you serve with your choice of an Indian bread.

Find the full recipe of green chilli meat here.

Try it at home and let us know your experience in the comments section below.

About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.

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