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Kolhapurifataka – Mutton Rassa

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Adjust Servings:
500 g mutton
150 g onion- finely chopped
1 coconut- dry and grated
2 tsp sesame seeds
1 tsp khuskhus (poppy seeds)
2 tbsp ginger-garlic
2 tbsp oil
2 tbsp chili powder
1 tbsp garam masala
1/2 tbsp garlic- fried
1 tbsp onion paste
1 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp asafetida
salt to taste
2 salt to taste

Nutritional information

1666 kcal
43.19 g
176.64 g
92.44 g
1837 mg
545 mg

Kolhapurifataka – Mutton Rassa

  • Non Veg
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Kolhapurifataka mutton rassa is yet another lovely recipe from Asia. It is enjoyed in most countries across Asia and it is believed in some circles to be the best treat you can give to someone you love. There was a time in India when it was the first task of a bride to cook this mutton recipe. The mutton, which is its main ingredient, is thoroughly spiced and garnished with mouth-watering ingredients that you cannot just ignore. You can prepare this delectable dish in your kitchen easily and here’s how.

Health Benefits

Mutton is the principal ingredient in this recipe. It has protein and vital nutrients that the body needs to run or stay healthy. Protein can build up the tissue of the body and also repair damaged ones. Protein deficiency in the body comes with severe health consequences.

Quite a number of vitamins can be found in the recipe. These vitamins boost the immune system and keep the body in top shape. Immune has to be strong enough to combat deadly environmental hazards and it will keep the body system hale and healthy.

Onion, garlic, and ginger are good for the body system. They strengthened the immune system of the body. This immune system helps the body combat disease-causing organisms and help humans to stay healthy. Water is good for the body as it keeps it dehydrated.

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How to make Kolhapurifataka

  • Heat oil in a pan. Add turmeric, asafetida, ginger-garlic, and the chopped onions. Fry for 5 minutes or until the onion turns golden.
  • Add the mutton, mix well and cook for 10 minutes. Stir in the masala, salt and let the water evaporateand ensure the mutton is well cooked.
  • Dry roast the coconut. Grind the coconut, add sesame and khuskhus (poppy seeds), mix it with the meat curry and serve at once.


Did you know, in ancient times in Japan, salt was sprinkled around the stage to protect actors against the spell of evil spirits.

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