Margandam Soup (Mutton Soup)




Margandam Soup

1> Onion - 1 (Finely Chopped)
2> Tomatto - 1 (FInely Chopped)
3> Sombu - 1 spoon
4> Oil - 1 spoon
5> Curry Leaves - 10
6> Coriander Leaves - 1/4 kattu (Finely Chopped)
7> Ginger - 10 gms
8> Garlic peeled - 5 + 2
9> Coriander Powder - 1 spoon
10> Pepper Powder - 1 + 1 and 1/2 spoon
11> Toor Dal - 10 grains
12> Turmeric Powder - 1 spoon
13> Mutton Ribs(Margandam) - 1 Pound
14> Water 5 Glasses
15> Salt to taste

Step 1
Put 4 in pan

Step 2
Once 4 is hot put 3 after frying put 5 after frying
put 1 after frying putting 2

Step 3
In a cooker put the cleaned 13(clean it with turmeric and runnign water)
Add the stuff prepared in step 2
Take a piece of cloth and then add 8(5 garlic) / 9 / 10(1 spoon) and
tie it tightly in such a way that the stuff doesnt get mixed with the stuff in cooker
Add 7 / 8(2 garlic) / 10( 1 and 1/2 spoon) / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 / 15

Step 4
Cook until 6 whistles

Step 5
Open the cooker and Add 6 and then serve

4 comments:

Sathya said...

Hi Joseph...
This recipe sounds great..But regarding the cloth wrapped with garlic..should be put inside the cooker and placed on stove???

Sathya said...

Hi....This recipe sounds great...
But I have a doubt..
Should we wrap the cloth with garlic and other stuff and put it in the cooker to be boiled???
Afterwards..what shld be done...should the ingredients in the cloth be mixed with the soup??

Sathya said...

Hi..
should the cloth be placed in the cooker to be boiled???
should the ingredients wrapped in the cloth....be mixed with the soup later??

Joseph Selvaraj said...

Sathya,

Thanks for stopping by..
The reason for wrapping the masala in the cloth and placing over the stove is that

1> To Avoid Soup becoming thick
2> Since garlic will become into pieces some people may not like to eat this along with the soup.

HTH

Regards,
Joseph