Mutton Kathi Roll Recipe: Make This Delicious Mutton Recipe In Just 15 Minutes
Kathi rolls are one of those classic street foods that we can’t get enough of.
Check out this video to learn how to make mutton kathi rolls.
It’s finally time to sit back, relax, and unwind now that the weekend has begun.
While most of us binge-watch shows, try to finish that long list of books, or even get some much-needed sleep, for some of us, the weekend is all about food! And why not? Weekends are the only time for some of us to try out our cooking skills or ditch the diet and eat something delicious.
If you can relate to such situations, then a mutton kathi roll is a must-try this time! Kathi rolls are one of those evergreen street foods that we can never get enough of.
Mutton smeared with spices and wrapped in a crispy paratha has a succulent texture that is simply divine.
We are confident that once you try this recipe, you will want to make it again and again.
(See also: Military Mutton, Laal Maas, and Other Mutton Curries: 5 Spicy, Delicious Mutton Curries To Help You Survive The Cold Wave)
In this recipe, all you need to do is marinate and cook the mutton pieces.
Then eat it wrapped in vegetables and masalas.
Serve with a spicy chutney and a dip when making this dish.
Every bite of this roll will be a burst of flavors.
You can even prepare this dish when you’re throwing a party.
This will undoubtedly be a fantastic starter that will add variety to your menu.
The complete recipe can be found here:
Curd, red chili powder, turmeric, pepper, ginger-garlic paste, and garam masala should all be combined in a mixing bowl.
Combine all ingredients and marinate for at least two hours on the mutton.
Then, in a pan, heat some oil and sear the mutton for about a minute.
Cook until tender, seasoning with salt.
Heat the roti in a flat pan with a few drops of oil.
On the roti, crack an egg, flip it, and cook.
Remove the roti from the pan and top it with a few mutton slices.
Onions, green chilies, chaat masala, and coriander should all be sprinkled on top.
Then roll it up, slice it in half, and serve it!
Click here to see the complete recipe for mutton kathi roll.
Today, give this delectable recipe a try and let us know how it turned out!