Mutton Paya Masala

It has started getting chiller in Mumbai as winter is approaching...The season perfect to have a hot soup or some hot paya /trotters masala .We always make paya /trotters during winters. As its considered to be heaty its perfect during the season.
This paya masala is a simple spicy yummy paya masala made with some spices without using coconut.goes very well with Hard Breads/Brun Pav( kadak pav) as its popularly called in Bombay.
I had these along some Rice rotis what we call Hand breads and it was simply superb.It taste good with steamed rice too..Do give it  a try .

Mutton Paya /Trotters 6
7-8 Kashmiri chillies
1 tsp fennel seeds
 1 tsp poppy seeds
1 tbsp sesame seeds
1 tsp pepper corns
1 tbsp coriander seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp garam masala powder
1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
3 med sized onion chopped fine
1 tomato chopped
salt to taste
oil as needed.


Wash the payas well .

Dry roast all the spices except the powder.

Let the spices cool then grind to a fine paste adding little water and keep aside.

Pressure cook t the payas until done ,it may take about 35 min.

Heat oil in a vessel add the chopped onions and fry well till translucent.

Add the chopped tomatoes and fry well till mushy then add the paste and the garam masala powder.

Add the salt and  little water mix well add the  boiled payas and bring it to a nice boil.

Enjoy hot with some bread/ rotis. 

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  1. mmm interesting recipe, looks spicy, love it

  2. yummy..i love to have with brun pav...

  3. love the color of the masala... nice reddish...

  4. Wow Gloria, this look so good, love the intense color and flavor...
    Have a wonderful week :D

  5. thanx Rafeeda,Juliana,Priya and Amallia

  6. looks yumm. i have never had it before,...wish to have some...slurp..

  7. We tried this was soo good very tasty...

  8. Hi Gloria, normally I make paya little different way which is relly yum. But today imade yr recipe. This recipe is alsovery tasty.
    The only difference I made is used less pepper corns & more red chillies. Second thing I didnt boil paya separetely, first I bunao masala , then added paya in d cooker. I cook for 35 minutes on slow fire after 2 whistles. Anyway its really yummy.
    Your each & every recipe is just superb. I love to follow yr blog.

    1. thanks a lot for the compliments...yes i too make it directly in the cooker at times ..but i boiled it here since my hubby wanted a paya soup so used half of the stock for the soup..hehehe...thanks a tonn for trying and I'm glad to know you like the blog..God Bless