Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Mutton Curry

Instead of having nasi lemak with mutton rendang (MYR12.60 nett) at Tea Garden, Sri Petaling, I chose to have mutton curry rice instead at MYR12 nett. I try to avoid the top layer of oil in the curry and I did not eat much of the curry gravy but we finished eating the mutton and potatoes in the curry.

For small eaters, there is enough mutton for two persons. The mutton is tender with tendons but the texture of the potatoes are somewhat rubbery. I think it is better to stick to the nasi lemak with mutton if I want to eat mutton next time.

20 comments:

  1. You are very discipline, can avoid the oil on the top layer of the curry. For me, the moment I see curry, I will go weak and whatever restrain I have all gone. I will flood my rice will as much curry gravy as possible. Nasi banjir and then drink it dry somemore >_<

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    1. Wow! You really like curry gravy!

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  2. There was once I ate mutton, then discovered the meat was bluish in color, was it not fully cooked that is why have this bluish color? From that time onwards, I begin to cut down on eating mutton, cos I see the color very gross to me.

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    1. I think the bluish part may be some tendons in the mutton.

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  3. The curry looks really good. It does not look oily or maybe not in the photograph...but yes, some curries can be very oily. I would just let the gravy settle, tilt the bowl slowly and put all the oil away. If at home, I would use my oil separator - can get rid of most of the oil.

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    1. Good to have an oil separator at home.

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  4. Yum yum. Lamb curry anytime for me. I love pouring the gravy on my white rice. But sinful, I know.

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    1. You love curry gravy as much as Submerryn.

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  5. Rubbery potatoes? I have frozen dishes with potato before and the texture of the potato pieces after defrosting is weird. Maybe it's the same thing.

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  6. I love mutton curry and the tendons are my favorite parts :)

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  7. I prefer chicken curry than mutton curry...so I guess I will go with the usual nasi lemak with curry chicken coz there is something else to crunch on - the cucumber, anchovies and acar!

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  8. Mutton curry is my hubby's favourite. The curry oil looks so red and the curry must be very spicy?

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    1. I didn't eat the curry gravy so it was not that spicy for me.

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  9. Mutton is my second or third choice... I prefer chicken or pork, next to mutton or beef... I miss their yellow sponge cake in Tea Garden.. they are soft and nice...

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    1. I am opposite than you. I prefer mutton or beef than chicken or pork. I have not tried their yellow sponge cake.

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  10. Mutton huh... Good choice. Especially when it is tender. Tomorrow you be seeing some mutton in my blog too, I hope. :P

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    1. Read your mutton patty post. I have not eaten mutton in patty form before.

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