Slightly fry the ingredients from 2 to 8 separately and grind it.
Grind separately the ginger garlic and shallots and keep aside.
Slightly fry the coconut and grind it and keep aside
Heat the oil and add ginger garlic and Shallot mix and fry lightly.
Add the ingredients from 2 to 8 previously grinded into this. and fry
Add duck meat into this
Cook slightly till the water is evaporated.
Add salt, water and vinegar into this and pressure cook for 20 minutes.
once the meat is cooked, add the grinded coconut into this
Cook it in low flame for 10 minutes
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