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Mutton Fry


Mutton Fry (updated pic)

This is a recipe for delicious Kerala style mutton fried with a blend of exotic spices and regional flavors.It is simple and quick recipe and should admit that I loved this ever since I have tasted it. This is not deep fried as the name suggest,but is first cooked and then slightly pan fried.

Ingredients
   Mutton 1 1/2 lb

1) Shallots- 1 cup chopped
Ginger paste- 1 1/2 tsp
Garlic paste- 1 tsp
Pepper powder- 3/4 tsp
Garam masala- 3/4 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder- 1 tsp
salt to taste

2)  Onion finely chopped- 1/2 cup
Thinly sliced ginger- 1 tsp
Green chilly-1
Curry leaves- a few
Crushed dry red chilly- 1 tsp
Crushed fennel seeds- 3/4 tsp


Clean mutton and marinate it with all the ingredients listed under one (1) and keep aside for half an hour.Pressure cook the mutton with half cup of water in medium flame till four whistles and if there is excess gravy after you open the lid of the pressure cooker,continue cooking till all the water evaporates and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan and add saute sliced ginger, green chilly and onion. When it becomes golden brown add crushed dry red chilly and fennel seeds and saute for a minute. Add the cooked meat and mix well. Roast this in low flame for about three to four minutes or till it  gets browned up. Serve with rice/puttu/appam or parattas.


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. mouthwatering recipe looks extremely delicious...

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  2. boy boy...completely hooked! I've to try this...reads simple and I trust you with the taste!

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  3. Yum yum,mouthwatering here..super delicious mutton fry.

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  4. OMG Suja, this is delicious. I have already marked this recipe down and will try it next time we buy mutton... Christmas is coming soon, so ya it will be soon and will let you know. Thank you so much for sharing ;)

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  5. Delicious looking mutton fry. Great preparation with excellent presentation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Wow slurrpp...looks very tempting

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  7. Omg, fingerlicking mutton fry, super inviting and makes me hungry.

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  8. Suja,I have never tried mutton fry,this one sounds & looks so yummy,I have it bookmarked:)

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  9. Spicy and delicious mutton fry.

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  10. SOunds Yumm...I dunno when I am going to try all your non-veg recipes. All are super yumm...

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  11. Adipoli mutton fry, tempting one.

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  12. Suja,my tastebuds r real wet.Wonderfully done Mutton Fry Dear.Luv the recipe and the clicks.Luv it.

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  13. Looks spicy and mouthwatering..

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  14. Suja, this looks yumm.. Should the mutton be cooked without water on slow flame?

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  15. Suja,
    Looks delicious..giving a final pan fry with red chilly flakes and crushed fennel seeds will surely add upto the flavour..lovely recipe..hugs and smiles

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  16. yummy yummy..Delicious..Thanks for the recipe dear

    Do visit my blog too
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  17. Oh suja, my fav..Superly made and yummy fry

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  18. Thats a delicious masala!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats corner

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  19. spicy and delicious looking mutton fry....

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  20. Looks very delicious and flavourful..adipoli

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  21. This looks so goooooooooooooooooooooooood!! Worth a try!!

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  22. njan ithu undaaki suja ....super delicious

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  23. This turned out excellent (and I forgot to add the fennel and red pepper). I added a tsp of salt to the marinade. Highly recommend trying this out. I ate it with puttu, my husband had it with rice.

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    1. Thanks for the feedback,so happy you liked the recipe :)

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  24. Tried tonight. Came out really yummy. My husband and 8 yrs old was licking their fingers. Thanks for this awesome recipe.

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    1. Thanks for the feedback,so happy you liked the recipe :)

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