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Recipes Featuring Mutton

  • Scotch Mutton Broth
    1 1/2 gallons stock (from 2 pounds bones) 3 ounces barley 3 ounces carrots diced 3 ounces onions, chopped or sliced 3 ounces turnips, diced 3 ounces diced celery 2 ounces diced mutton 6 ounces
  • Quick Mutton or Lamb Curry
    1. 2 pounds of stew meat (lamb or goat meat) cut in 1 inch squares. Do not remove the fat unless it is too much. 2. 1 whole onion diced 3. two potatoes cut in small squares with skin on ( make sure
  • Scalloped Mutton
    2 cups Tomato Sauce 1 cup cooked macaroni 2 cups mutton cut in cubes 1 cup cracker crumbs 1/3 cup melted butter salt and pepper
  • Curried Mutton
    1 pint stock Juice of 1/2 lemon 2 ounces butter 1 teaspoon sugar Boil together slowly 2 pounds raw or rare mutton, cut in inches Salt, pepper and curry
  • Broiled Lamb or Mutton Chops
    Salt Pepper Melted Butter Few breadcrumbs
  • Steamed Leg of Mutton
    Leg of mutton Salt Flour
  • Baked Mutton Chops & Potatoes
    Potatoes Salt Pepper Loin chops
  • Mutton Pudding
    Paste (see Puff Paste recipe) mutton cutlets Pepper Salt parsley Thyme 2 slices onion, finely chopped Potatoes, sliced
  • Baked Mutton Cutlets
    Mutton chops Butter
  • Fried Mutton Chops, No.2 | Mutton chops
    Mutton chops Salt Pepper Egg(s), beaten Bread crumbs 1 lb lard or cooking oil

About Mutton

  • Mutton is not easy to find in the U.S.A. but is available from some international grocers
  • Meat from a juvenile sheep under a year old is considered lamb
  • Mutton is the meat from a mature sheep
  • Mutton is a popular meat for Middle Eastern countries
  • The color of most mutton chops is a deep red with fat that is white and rigid to touch
  • The term comes from the Latin word "multo" which translates to male sheep
  • The best mutton meat is harvested in the late fall and winter because the sheep have eaten grass during the summer and are more fatty and flavorful
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