Pathrode with Mutton Gravy | A Delicious Mangalorean Pathrode Recipe with Mutton Curry


Pathrode with Mutton curry is one of the Mangalorean Pathrode variety dish prepared with colocasia leaves. Taro leaves or colocasia leaves pathrode is one of the popular dishes in Mangalore and the Konkan coastal region. It is also called Kesuvina yele in Kannada and Theryachi pana in Konkani.

Colocasia leaves grow in plenty in Mangalore – Konkan region during the rainy season. This plant is packed with nutrients, which are rich in iron, calcium, vitamin C, antioxidants. And also very rich in Fibre. This helps in reducing cholesterol and also avoid the development of cancer cells in our body. I remember my mom telling me ” vorsaak yek pavti muni khaije” Meaning we need to eat the dish prepared by colocasia leaves at least once a year.

Colocasia leaves are not consumed directly as they start itching. Once this is cooked it does not itch. Tamarind is added to avoid the itching and also for the taste. Also while cutting colocasia hands itches. To avoid apply tamarind on hands.

Coming to the Pathrode with Mutton curry recipe, the more leaves you add tastier is the pathrode. Wrapping this in banana leaves and steaming gives a pleasant aroma. Some of them also use teak tree leaves. Pathrode generates a lot of body heat. By adding mutton to the dish and tempering it with ghee helps reducing it. No doubts it also enhances the taste of the dish.

Now just what is left is to try my Pathrode with Mutton curry recipe and let me know if you liked it.

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Pathrode with Mutton Curry Recipe

Ingredients

¼ kg idli rice
¼ kg boiled rice
Soak above for 4 hours

6-8 big size Colocasia leaves( Finely chopped)
½ scraped coconut
Some banana leaves for steam the Pathrode
A Lemon size tamarind.
1 kg mutton boiled with ginger-garlic paste, 1 tsp turmeric powder, and salt.
Thick and thin (first and second extract) coconut roce of one coconut.

For masala
2 tbsp Chana daal
2 tbsp Urad daal
1 tsp Mustard seeds
4 tbsp Coriander seeds
2 tsp Jeera
20 Byadgi chillies
1 tsp Methi seeds
2 tsp Saunf
3 tbsp Coconut oil

1 Scraped coconut
2 Sliced onions

1 tsp Turmeric powder

For tadka
2 tsp mustard seeds,
6 strigs of curry leaves
1 Onion sliced
3 tbsp of ghee

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Step-by-Step Preparation of Pathrode with Mutton Curry

Cook Mutton
Take 1 kg mutton boiled with ginger-garlic paste, 1 tsp turmeric powder, and salt.

mutton

Making Masala
Heat a deep pan. Pour the coconut oil. Now add chana and urad daal. Fry for a while and add all the masala ingredients in a slow flame till the aroma spreads. Off the flame and let it cool.

Powder the fried masala and divide it into two portions.

Heat another pan and fry one medium-sized scraped coconut and two sliced onions together. Go on frying till coconut leaves its moisture and onions get transparent let it cool. Add one portion of the above masala mix it. Also add half lemon size tamarind, tsp of turmeric powder and grind it ( No need to fine grind). Use the second squeezed roce (thin) for grinding and washing the grinder). Keep aside.

Preparing Pathrode
Now grind the rice, a hand full of scraped coconut, half of the tamarind, half tsp turmeric powder and one portion of powdered fried masala with little salt and water. The ground batter should be a thick consistency.

Now mix the colocasia leaves in it. Adjust the salt. And steam the Pathrode by wrapping it with banana leaves.

banana leaf wrapped pathrode

For masala curry
Take a large-sized vessel and mix the ground masala in it. The masala shouldn’t be too watery.

Add the boiled mutton with its soup & let it boil for a while. Adjust the salt.

Cut the Pathrode into cubes. Add it into the curry & let it boil in the medium to low flame.

pathrode cubes

Final step tadka
Heat the ghee, add two tsp of mustard seeds, let it splutter. Add curry leaves and one sliced onion. Fry it till the onions are transparent.

Add it to the pathrode curry and immediately add thick roce. Mix it gently. Stop the flame after a single boil.

tadka

Now the delicious Pathrode with Mutton curry delicacy is ready.

Pathrode with Mutton

Yes, I know that the procedure of preparing Pathrode with Mutton is a lengthy process, but the outcome is awesome. 👌👌

Variation:- you can avoid coconut roce (coconut milk). Alternative to roce (coconut milk) you can add 2 tablespoons of milk cream.

You can add a little mutton masala powder while grinding if you want a spicy curry.

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Pathrode with Mutton Gravy | A Delicious Mangalorean Pathrode Recipe with Mutton Curry

Recipe by Eugine QuadrosCourse: MainCuisine: MangaloreanDifficulty: Medium
Servings

8

servings
Prep time

1

hour 
Cooking time

1

hour 

30

minutes

In this Pathrode with Mutton Curry recipe Pathrodes are cooked in mutton curry. Pathrode is made with colocasia leaves and is a healthy popular dish of Mangalore and Konkan Region.

Ingredients

  • ¼ kg idli rice

  • ¼ kg boiled rice

  • Soak above for 4 hours

  • 6-8 big size Colocasia leaves( Finely chopped)

  • ½ scraped coconut

  • Some banana leaves for steam the Pathrode

  • A Lemon size tamarind.

  • 1 kg mutton boiled with ginger-garlic paste, 1 tsp turmeric powder, and salt.mutton

  • Thick and thin (first and second extract) coconut roce of one coconut.

  • For masala
  • 2 tbsp Chana daal

  • 2 tbsp Urad daal

  • 1 tsp Mustard seeds

  • 4 tbsp Coriander seeds

  • 2 tsp Jeera

  • 20 Byadgi chillies

  • 1 tsp Methi seeds

  • 2 tsp Saunf

  • 3 tbsp Coconut oil

  • 1 Scraped coconut

  • 2 Sliced onions

  • 1 tsp Turmeric powder

  • For tadka
  • 2 tsp mustard seeds,

  • 6 strigs of curry leaves

  • 1 Onion sliced

  • 3 tbsp of ghee

Directions

  • Making Masala
  • Heat a deep pan. Pour the coconut oil. Now add chana and urad daal. Fry for a while and add all the masala ingredients in a slow flame till the aroma spreads. Off the flame and let it cool.
  • Powder the fried masala and divide it into two portions.
  • Heat another pan and fry one medium-sized scraped coconut and two sliced onions together. Go on frying till coconut leaves its moisture and onions get transparent let it cool. Add one portion of the above masala mix it. Also add half lemon size tamarind, tsp of turmeric powder and grind it ( No need to fine grind). Use the second squeezed roce Thin) for grinding and washing the grinder). Keep aside.
  • Preparing Pathrode
  • Now grind the rice, a hand full of scraped coconut, half of the tamarind, half tsp turmeric powder and one portion of powdered fried masala with little salt and water. The ground batter should be a thick consistency.
  • Now mix the colocasia leaves in it. Adjust the salt. And steam the Pathrode by wrapping it with banana leaves.banana leaf wrapped pathrode
  • For masala curry
  • Take a large-sized vessel and mix the ground masala in it. The masala shouldn’t be too watery.
  • Add the boiled mutton with its soup & let it boil for a while. Adjust the salt.
  • Cut the Pathrode into cubes. Add it into the curry & let it boil in the medium to low flame. pathrode cubes
  • Final step tadka**
  • Heat the ghee, add two tsp of mustard seeds, let it splutter. Add curry leaves and one sliced onion. Fry it till the onions are transparent.
  • Add it to the pathrode curry and immediately add thick roce. Mix it gently. Stop the flame after a single boil.tadka
  • Now the delicious Pathrode with Mutton curry delicacy is ready.mutton curry

Notes

  • Variation:- you can avoid coconut roce (coconut milk). Alternative to roce (coconut milk) you can add 2 tablespoons of milk cream.
  • You can add a little mutton masala powder while grinding if you want a spicy curry.
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