Aug 7, 2006

Mutton Fry


Mutton-1lb washed
Chilli powder-2tbsp (adjust to spice level)
Garam masala powder-1tbsp
Turmeric powder-1/tsp
Salt to taste
Curry leaves-1stem
Onions-1cup chopped
Ginger garlic paste-1tbsp
Green chillis-3
In a pressure cooker, add washed raw mutton chilli powder, whole spices, turmeric powder, salt, 1/2tbsp ginger garlic paste & water.
Close cooker & pressure-cook mutton.

Heat 2tbsp oil in a kadai.curry leaves, slit green chillies&add chopped onions& fry till lightly brown. Then add ginger garlic paste & fry.Add cooked meat, garam masala powder to it and mix well.
Stir and fry well till the water evaporates and mutton turns brown. Garnish with cilantro.
Goes well with rice or roti.


Tina Jennifer D'Silva said...

Hey Radhi - looks yummy. Will try this soon.

Radhika said...

Hey Tina
U have a great blog.Just browsed it & added it to my links.

Anonymous said...

Hey to know your blog through my friend... good to see a blogger from Bay Area... where did you get mutton from? I got from Taj Mahal imports once.. he said mutton and when I cooked it had the lamb flavor.. I am not used to Lamb... so do tell me where you got mutton from???

Radhika said...

hey Priya
Even i'm glad to see a blogger from Bayarea.I normally get mutton from Taj Mahal Imports i never had any problem in fact it is actually good when compared to other places.
U've a great blog there.

Chitra J said...

Hi Radhika,
Tried this recipe wtih lamb and it turned out so well. Thanks for the recipe.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

I don't have a pressure cooker ... any suggestions/replacements?


Radhika said...

hi shekar
if u don't have a cooker just cook it in a pan or kadai cover lid & cook on medium flame.

mirage said...

looks yummy yummy,i ll try it definitely:))


Anonymous said...

hi radhi - this is a great dish. we did it thrice and liked it very much. thanks for sharing the recipe.

Anonymous said...

Dear Radhi' just saw your recipe. I am going to try today


i have a blog. just try it

Deepti said...

Hi Radhi,
Tried this today..came out great. Thanks for posting the recipe...if not for helpful ppl like you I don't know how I would have managed to keep my husband and in-laws happy:-)

Had one question: is there any way to get rid of the "meaty smell" from mutton?

Thanks again.


Anonymous said...

This looks yummy... i was wondering though what does 1no stand for?