Chop 1 kg Onions and mix well with 1 Kg mutton.
Leave for marination for 20 mins.
Wash the mutton and Onion again and drain. Keep aside.
In a Large cooking pot, heat 200 ml Oil.
Add 5-6 Bay leaves, 5-6 cloves, 5-6 Black pepper, 2 black cardamom, 2-3 cinnamon sticks and stir.
Allow all the juices to come out in the oil and remove the burned Leaves,cloves,pepper, cardamom and Cinnamon if you dont like it in your mutton.
Once the oil is real hot, add the mutton and Onion mix slowly.
There will be a lot of sound and that is the sign of the oil really getting heated up.
Add Ginger Garlic paste.
Keep stirring till all the water left out by the mutton and Onion dries out completely and starts leaving oil.
Add a bunch of Coriander and mint leaves finely chopped.
Add 10 g Meat Masala, 10 gms Red chili powder, 1 teaspoon turmeric powder. Stir well
Add 1 teaspoon Garam Masala powder, salt and lemon and stir well.
Add 2 cups water, 3-4 Green chilies for that extra spice and cook till the mutton is done.
Garnish with Mint leaves, 1-2 Raw Green chili and Onion rings and serve with bread/chapati.
You can have with plain rice too.
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