Mutton roll (Goat Meat) is an evening snacks item that is normally available in road side fast food centers. But you can prepare this dish at home which is definitely healthier than the outside food centers. The home made roll is even more delicious than the fast food shops. It takes about 35 mins to prepare this evening snacks.
* Mutton (can be fresh or even left-over from another mutton dish)
* Turmeric powder
* 1/2 teaspoon cumin powder
* 1 small onion
* 4 inch cucumber
* 1/2 capsicum
* 2-3 green chilli
* coriander leaves
* 4 teaspoons of vinegar
* 1 cup of maida (All Purpose Flour)
* chilli sauce
* tomato sauce
* Vegetable oil
Preparation Time: 10 mins
Cooking time : 25 mins
Take two big pieces of mutton and wash them properly, put 2 tablespoon of vegetable oil in a non stick pan and heat for 3 mins.
Put mutton pieces into the pan, then add salt to taste, little turmeric powder, 1/2 teaspoon cumin powder , 1/2 cup water and cover the lid and cook untill the meat becomes tender. Stir occasionally otherwise it will stick at the bottom of pan, when it is fully cooked cut the mutton into small pieces and keep aside.
You can use 2-3 pieces of mutton from left-over mutton dishes like Mutton Kosha, Mutton Roganjosh or instead of the above step.
Take 1 small onion, 4 inch cucumber, 1/2 capsicum, 2-3 green chilli and some coriander leaves.
Sliced the onion, cucumber and capsicum into thin long pieces. Cut the chilli and coriander leaves into small pieces.
In a non- stick pan put 4 teaspoons of vinegar and heat for 1 min, then add sliced onion and capsicum and fry until they become little tender( approx 2 mins).
6 In a plate put little fried onion, capsicum (step 4), cucumber, green chilli, coriander leaves and mix well with 2-3 drops of lime. salt to taste and black pepper and keep aside.
In a bowl take 1 cup of maida (All Purpose Flour), put 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil into the maida and mix well with hands. Then add water little by little and make a normal dough (not very soft).
Make the dough into small size ball and roll the dough into 5inch round shape circle.
Take tawa or flat non-stick pan and heat for 2mins, then put the paratha on tawa. When one side of paratha is cooked then turn the other side of paratha and cook until it becomes little brown.
Add vegetable oil on sides of paratha and heat it until one side becomes crispy. Press the dough with wooden stick while cooking.
When paratha is fully cooked put it on a plate and put Salad mixture ( Step 6), mutton pieces, chilli sauce, tomato sauce on paratha diagonally and roll the paratha.
Mutton roll is ready to eat for evening snacks. You can roll it on tissue paper and fold at the bottom so that the content from inside does not fall off while eating.