Hope you all are having a great time.
Muslims all around the world are fasting these days, because it is the most blessed month of Ramazan. May Allah shower his blessings on all of us.
Keeping this blessed month in view, today I am sharing again a very simple and quick recipe, which is finger licking yummy as well.
In Ramazan , I always cook those recipes that take less time to cook, so that I can have more time to offer my prayers. And when mercury has risen so much that it is almost impossible to stand in the kitchen for a few minutes, then these quick cook recipes are life savers.
Now let's move on to the recipe. First of all here are the ingredients.
**Mutton chops. 1/2kg
**Garlic paste. 1tspn
**Ginger paste. 1tspn
**Salt. to taste
**Crushed red chilli. to taste
**Chaat masala. to taste
**Lemon juice. 1tspn
**Oil. 1 tbspn
I have mentioned the quantity of all ingredients. You can increase or decrease anything according to your taste buds.
First of all put all chops in a bowl. Put salt and ginger garlic paste in it. And mix these ingredients in the chops well. Now boil these mutton chops, till they get tender and remain juicy but not fully cooked.
Put them in a platter and let cool. Meanwhile you prepare marinate for the chops. Put yogurt in a bowl. Add all ingredients other than ginger/garlic paste in it.(because ginger/garlic is already added). Mix them well. Put it in the refrigerator for two hours, or you can also put it overnight.
Now after marinating, it's time for baking. Cover baking tray with foil paper. And put all chops on the tray. The oven must be preheated for 15 minutes prior to this. Now bake them for 35 minutes on 250 degrees.Put chops upside down halfway. And your mutton chops are ready to serve.
Serve them hot with mint chutney. Kids love it with ketchup. And believe me every one asks for more. They look simple but finger licking delicious.
The best thing about this recipe is that you can freeze the chops after boiling with ginger garlic paste, and take them out for baking any other time you want. You can freeze them before Ramazan starts, and enjoy them in your Iftars after baking, saving more time.😃😃
That was all about today. Tell me in comments section how do you like my today's recipe.
Till next time, take care and stay happy.