|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Rajasthan|
|Main ingredients||Mutton, curd, hot spices (red chillies), garlic|
|Cookbook: Laal maans Media: Laal maans|
Laal maans (Hindi: लाल मांस; lit. "red mutton") is a meat curry from Rajasthan, India. It is a mutton curry prepared in a sauce of curd and hot spices such as red chillies. This dish typically is very hot and rich in garlic, the gravy may be thick or liquid and is eaten with chapatis made out of wheat (usually eaten in summers) or bajra (a millet grown in Rajasthan and eaten in the winter months).
Chef Bulai Swain said that: "Traditionally, laal maas was made with wild game meat, such as boar or deer and chillies were used to veil the gamy odour of the meat. It was a favourite among the royalties. While the spicy flavour is remained intact now, the meat used is tender mutton."
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