We usually used to buy mutton on weekends. I feel it is so simple to cook a non veg platter than a vegetarian platter. If it is non-vegetarian just rice, Curry and gravy/fry is enough or sometimes even a curry is enough to go with Rice or pulao. It also saves a lot of time in the kitchen. In case if I am cooking vegetarian I have to make a curry and At least 2 Sidedishes to go with the rice. So I prefer non-vegetarian food when I have to cook the food in a period of time. But always vegetarian is my favorite choice. Yesterday I made this mutton fry along with khatti dal to go with Rice. And these both recipes I got to know from my friend. I love mutton fry recipes a lot that is why you can see many fry recipes in my blog. I love this fry too. It tastes yummilicious with Rice and dal. Will try to post the recipe of khatti dal soon. It is still been waiting on the list for a long time. Khatti dal has become my favorite dal recipe nowadays. Try this mutton fry and I hope everyone will love it as I do.
Also, try similar mutton fry recipes.
Let’s see how to make green mutton fry.
Preparation Time: 20 mins
Cooking Time: 45 mins
Serves : 3 – 4
Mutton – 500g (boneless mutton, cut into cubes)
Ginger garlic paste – 1 tbsp
Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste
For making green paste
Garlic – 10 cloves(small-sized, If using bigger sized garlic cloves you can reduce the amount)
Green chillies – 9 (adjust to your taste)
Mint leaves – 15
Curry leaves – a sprig
Coriander leaves – 2 handful
For frying mutton
Oil – 3 tbsp(I used groundnut oil)
Pepper powder – 1 tsp
Garam masala powder – 1 tsp
1.Clean the mutton pieces, wash them well in water. Drain the water completely. Then add them the Grinding jar and pulse them once or twice.
2. Transfer the mutton to a mixing bowl. To it add ginger garlic paste, salt and turmeric powder. Mix well the ingredients. Then add the mutton to a pressure cooker along with 1 cup of water. Pressure cook until the mutton gets tender. Open the lid when the pressure is released completely. If there is water left reduce them completely.
3. Grind garlic, green chillies, mint leaves, curry leaves and coriander leaves adding little water into a paste.
4. Heat a kadai or a pan. Add oil to it. When it is hot, add the cooked mutton pieces into it. Place the flame in medium and fry them. When they are fried and got dried, add the green paste prepared into it. Mix well the paste with the mutton. Allow it to fry for another 10 minutes in low flame. Finally, add pepper powder and garam masala powder. Give a nice mix and fry for a minute. Then remove from the flame. Transfer to another plate.
Serve hot with rice and dal.
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