The stew is a dish and has been a staple among many a community. In fact the origins of stew date back to the ancient times. Right from the Amazonians to the Romans, be it a Muslim or a Christian, everyone has their own version of the ever popular stew.
In the early days the Europeans on their various conquests took along with them, their culture, religion and most importantly their food. So when they did land on Indian shores, the communities on the western coast made a few adjustments to their palates.
The recipe below is the south Indian version of the mutton stew. It’s a family favourite that has been relished by my hubby and kids through the years and has my daughter in law simply asking for more. It is thick, simply delicious and best served with appams or rice and I bet you’ll be licking your fingers till they’re clean.