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Mutton Pepper Fry




Mutton Pepper Fry

Today's recipe is a dry mutton dish which can be served with chapathi, appam or rice. I love adding pepper to non-vegetarian dishes especially mutton. This dish has vibrant flavor which you will love, the earthy spices, the spicy heat of black pepper and aroma coriander leaves .The marinated mutton is first pressure cooked and then stir fried with onions and a flavorful ground masala.  Try this recipe,you will surely love it.


Ingredients
To Pressure cook

1)Mutton - 1 lb
Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp
Ginger garlic paste- 1 tsp
Pepper- 1/3 tsp
Green chilly- 3
Salt to taste

To stir fry
Chopped Shallots- 1 cup
Ginger - 2 pieces ( 1 inch thick)
Garlic- 8-10 cloves
Black pepper whole- 2 tsp
Coriander powder- 1 1/3 tsp
Coriander leaves- 1 cup (chopped)
Curry leaves- 2 springs
Fennel seeds- 1 1/3 tsp
Cloves- 3
Cinnamon- 1 inch piece



Clean and wash mutton pieces. Marinate with ingredients listed under (1) and keep aside for half an hour. Pressure cook this for about 15 minutes( 5 whistles). If there is excess gravy continue cooking till all the water is absorbed.
Dry roast fennel seeds, cinnamon stick, black pepper and cloves and allow to cool.Make a paste of this along with a few curry leaves,coriander leaves, ginger and garlic and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan ( I used coconut oil) and add curry leaves and then chopped shallots. Saute this till it is golden brown. Now add the ground paste and saute till the raw flavor disappears and oil separates. Add the cooked mutton and mix and coat well. Continue shallow frying for about four to five minutes in low flame till the masala is slightly browned. Garnish with few fresh curry leaves and squeeze some lemon juice before serving.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy!

Comments

  1. Dunno how am going to sleep now, surely this mutton pepper fry is going to come in my dream,such a tempting dish Suja,mouthwatering here.

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  2. chance ella :) superb and extraordinary Suja, that click is just more than enough to tell how marvellous it tastes... drooling here

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  3. mmmm...looks so yummy.. i am feeling hungry.

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  4. looks scrumptious. such a delectable dish and so well made.

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  5. Drooling!! Love this. and the click is just awesome. Looks so inviting :D

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  6. Sounds mouthwatering....I just love it

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  7. Loving the color... Looks so very tempting

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  8. Masala looks spicy & flavorful...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats corner

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  9. spicy and yummy fry .. will try this ...

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  10. I am literally drooling over it... yumm..

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  11. Fry looks delicious dear. you always make everything special...kudos!

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  12. Wow That looks absolutely delish!! Yumm!

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  13. Eniku vayya..super yummy..kothiyavunne..

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  14. suja i love mutton,infact this recipe made me put out the mutton in the freezer to thaw for tomr

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  15. i suja,i love mutton and this one looks so good..can eat with rice also. have a nice day

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  16. Mutton looks so spicy and yumm..Black pepper aah..

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  17. looks delicious and thanks for sharing this

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  18. Wow..that's an yum mutton recipe....

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  19. Mouth watering delicious recipe!

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  20. Breath-taking.. absolutely delicious...wish I can have it right now..hugs

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  21. Adipoli recipe...Mutton kazhikathe ende vaayayil vare vallam vannu ithu kandittu...

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  22. ആശംസകള്‍...... ബ്ലോഗില്‍ പുതിയ പോസ്റ്റ്‌...... അയാളും ഞാനും തമ്മില്‍ ...... വായിക്കണേ.....

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  23. After reading the recipe & viewing the images, my Mouth started watering. Going to try out this awesome recipe
    chowringhee

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