The technique of this recipe comes from my ancestors. It’s original recipe with ingredients is called Mutton Teewarn. A traditional Sindhi dish made every Sunday for lunch. It’s very common in a Sindhi joint family to sit for lunch together on Sundays. The spread included Sindhi tomato curry, special double fried potatoes with rice. My father’s side of the family has always been vegetarian, so we went to our maternal grandparents house just to have the mutton preparation.
This specific recipe I modified living in Australia. I used the same technique of cooking, removed the traditional Indian ingredients like ginger and garam masala, and added fresh basil to give it a fresh international feel.
When I came back to India, my first venture was a small catering business where I introduced this dish. Now besides my cafe menu, I still personally take orders for this dish.
So here’s my story.