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Roast Leg

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Lamb leg 1/2 kg
Onions 2
Tomatoes 3
Ginger garlic paste 2 tbsp
Green chilies 4
Curry leaves 3 sprigs
Coriander leaves handful
Red chili powder 1-1/2 tsp
Coriander powder 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 3/4 tsp
All spice 1/2 tsp
Oil 1 tbsp
Salt to taste

For Masala:

Black pepper powder 1/2 tsp
Cumin 1/2 tsp
Cardamom 3


Roast black pepper, cumin and cardamom, grind it, make finely powder and keep it aside.
Heat oil in pan and fry ginger garlic paste.
Then add onion, green chilies and curry leaves and fry until ready.
Now add tomatoes and fry until mash.
Then put red chili powder, coriander, turmeric and all spice, mix it nicely for 1 hour and fry it.
Then add lamb leg and saute it.
Then put grinded masalay, mix it nicely and put in pressure cooker.
Now add lemon juice and water and cook until meat is ready.
Now open pressure cooker.
If there is water and cook until it dries.
Then roast it nicely on low flame.

Roast Leg

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