Mutton soup is mixed with mutton pieces with bones, black pepper, turmeric, and all other spices which help for strong bones and relief from cold and cough. It is a healthy and hot mutton pepper soup, especially in cold winter. The step-by-step photo procedure with detailed video recipe.

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Mutton pepper soup is simple and quick to make, just pressure cook all the ingredients, filter, and serve. Firstly, prefer mutton pieces with bones for a healthy and tasty soup. Here I have blended black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, and cumin seeds for fresh spices and crushed ginger and garlic for a good flavor.

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This soup contains calcium and proteins which help to form strong bones and it is the best home remedy for cold and cough. If you want to serve this soup for kids reduce the black pepper, remove the green chilies and avoid garam masala. Try vegetarian semolina soup which is also known as Aash.

10 quick Mutton recipes: 

  1. Mutton Fry
  2. Mutton bones curry/mutton bone soup
  3. Mutton curry
  4. Mutton Biryani/tahari
  5. Keema Matar
  6. Meatball kofta/mutton kofta
  7. Mutton liver curry.
  8. Haleem/mutton keema haleem
  9. tilly fry
  10. mutton liver fry/kaleji fry

Tips for perfect mutton soup:

  1. Prefer mutton pieces with bones.
  2. Crush ginger & garlic or can add the paste.
  3. Finally taste and adjust the salt and pepper powder.
  4. Serve hot or warm mutton soup for better results.

Mutton soup recipe video:

Mutton soup recipe card:

mutton soup | healthy mutton pepper soup recipe | how to make mutton soup
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
15 mins
 

Mutton soup is mixed with mutton pieces with bones, black pepper, and all other spices which help for strong bones and relief from cold and cough. It is a healthy and hot mutton pepper soup, especially in cold winter.

Course: Drinks, Soup
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: healthy mutton soup, mutton pepper soup, mutton soup, mutton soup recipe
Servings: 4
Ingredients
Ingredients for mutton soup:
    For blending spices:
    • black pepper – 1 spoon
    • cinnamon – 1 stick
    • cloves – 4
    • coaiander seeds – 1 spoon
    • cumin seeds – 1 spoon
    For making soup:
    • onion slices – 1 cup
    • green chilies – 2
    • crushed ginger & garlic – 1 1/2 spoon
    • mutton pieces – 1 cup(with bone)
    • turmeric powder – 1/4 spoon
    • salt – 1/2 spoon(as required)
    • water – 3 1/2 glasses
    Instructions
    Procedure for mutton soup:
      Blending spices:
      1. Add black pepper- 1 spoon, cinnamon- 1 stick, cloves- 4, coriander seeds- 1 spoon, and cumin seeds- 1 spoon to the blender.

      2. Blend coarsely and set aside.

      3. Take a small piece of ginger and 11 garlic cloves crush coarsely and set aside.

      Making soup:
      1. Heat a pressure cooker over medium flame add a spoon of ghee.

      2. Add 1 1/2 spoon of crushed ginger and garlic.

      3. Add a cup of onion slices and 2 green chilies.

      4. Mix well and fry until onions turn golden and raw smell goes in ginger and garlic.

      5. Add a cup(250 g) of cleaned mutton pieces with bones.

      6. Fry for a minute.

      7. Add blended masala powder.

      8. Add turmeric powder- 1/4 spoon and salt – 1/2 spoon.

      9. Fry for a minute until the mutton pieces absorb all the masala.

      10. Pour 3 1/2 glasses of water mix well.

      11. Close the lid and cook for 4 whistles.

      12. Open the lid carefully when the pressure goes on.

      13. Hot mutton pepper soup is ready to serve.

      14. Filter the soup with the help of a strainer.

      15. By straining it is easy to drink the soup or else as your choice.

      16. Add mutton pieces, taste, and adjust salt and pepper powder.

      17. Garnish with mint, coriander, and ginger pieces.

      18. Serve hot mutton soup and stay healthy.

      Recipe Notes
      1. Prefer mutton pieces with bones.
      2. Crush ginger & garlic or can add the paste.
      3. Finally taste and adjust the salt and pepper powder.
      4. Serve hot or warm mutton soup for better results.

      Step by step procedure for mutton soup:

      Blending spices:

      Take black pepper- 1 spoon, cinnamon- 1 stick, cloves- 4, coriander seeds- 1 spoon, and cumin seeds- 1 spoon. Add all the dry spices to the blender. Blend coarsely and set aside.

      Take a small piece of ginger and 11 garlic cloves to crush both of them. Can take a spoon of ginger and garlic paste or crush for a good flavor. Crush coarsely and set aside.

      Making soup:

      Heat a pressure cooker add a spoon of ghee. Add 1 1/2 spoon of crushed ginger and garlic.

      Add a cup of onion slices and 2 green chilies. Mix well and fry until onions turn golden and raw smell goes in ginger and garlic.

      Add a cup(250 g) of cleaned mutton pieces with bones. Fry for a minute. Add blended masala powder.

      Add turmeric powder- 1/4 spoon and salt – 1/2 spoon.

      Fry for a minute until the mutton pieces absorb all the masala.

      Pour 3 1/2 glasses of water mix well.

      Close the lid and cook for 4 whistles. Open the lid carefully when the pressure goes on. Hot mutton pepper soup is ready to serve.

      Filter the soup with the help of a strainer. By straining it is easy to drink the soup or else as your choice. Add mutton pieces, taste, and adjust salt and pepper powder.

      Garnish with mint, coriander, and ginger pieces. Serve hot mutton soup and stay healthy.

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