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Excellent with rotis, pulao, or naans as a side dish.

Lamb Dalcha or Mutton Dalcha is a thick, authentic, mouth-drooling stew dish made of lamb, lentils, and gentle spices, is a well-liked, delectable, and flavorful lamb stew from Hyderabad served with masoor dal. This dish is prepared with chana dal or masoor dal and exquisitely balanced spices that will have you craving more. Serve with some cooked rice during a lunch or dinner gathering. Excellent with rotis, pulao, or naans as a side dish. Get more details on this recipe from FARM2COOK cookbook and create an extra-ordinary mutton dish.


You can also check other lamb recipes: Lamb Biriyani
500 gms
Lamb chopped (with bone)
125 gms
Masoor Dal
3/4 cup
Onions sliced
1 Small
Bay Leaf
3 to 4
A small stick
Handful chopped
Coriander Leaves
2 tsp
Lemon Juice (optional)
150 gms
3/4 tsp
Coriander Powder
3/4 tsp
Turmeric Powder
3 tsp
Ginger Garlic Paste
2 tblsp
Salt as per taste
2 1/2 tsp chopped
Mint Leaves
2 tblsp chopped
Coriander Leaves
1 clove
2 tsp
1/2 tsp
Cumin Seeds
1 small
Dry Red Chilli
Curry Leaves



1. Wash and thoroughly rinse the dal.

2. Prepare the dal in a pressure cooker by adding enough water, a touch of salt, and some turmeric powder.

3. Smash the dal well with a ladle or a masher after waiting for the pressure to drop.

4. Hold till needed.

5. Create a thick paste by blending all the masala ingredients with a small amount of water.

6. Over a medium temperature, heat oil in a heavy-bottomed pan.

7. Sauté the bay leaf, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom for 10 to 20 seconds.

8. Add the onions and cook for 8 minutes or until golden brown.

9. Stir well after adding the ground masala paste and ginger-garlic paste.

10. Cook for one or two minutes.

11. Include the lamb chunks along with the coriander and turmeric powder.

12. Continue to stir thoroughly until the lamb pieces are completely covered in masala.

13. While cooking for 5 minutes, stir occasionally.

14. Pour 1/2 cup of water into the tomato mixture.

15. Salt the pan lightly and put a lid on it.

16. 20 to 30 minutes of boiling on low heat with occasional stirring

17. With occasional stirring, add the dal and simmer for a further 5 to 10 minutes.

18. Add the ingredients for the tempering to the pan after frying them in oil.

19. Coriander leaves and lemon juice are used as garnish and serve with hot rice, naan, parotta, or roti.


Have you also tried the new Mutton Keema Parotta, Goat Stew, Mutton Keema Balls, Tandoori Mutton Chops.  


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