Mutton Chaap Recipe, Pakistani or Mutton Chops Fry is a delicious fry recipe make with the lamb ribs. This is truly a simple yet delicious recipe that truly infuses the flavor into the lamb ribs.
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I have tried quite a few mutton chops recipes at home. They are yet to find a way into the blog. I hope I would do that some day soon. There are so many ways to making the chops.
The base for this mutton chaap recipe, Pakistani or the mutton chops fry is the black pepper. It is a secret weapon to add to your arsenal for super delicious meals. I am a huge fan of black pepper and in this recipe it simply takes it to another level altogether.
The mutton chaap recipe, Pakistani or the mutton chops fry will soon become your regular feature while entertaining the guests. This is a perfect party dish that looks so good on the party table.
The taste of the mutton chops is simply so delicious. Unlike other cut of the lamb, the chops have very good and distinctive taste. I am not such a big fan of the bone – in mutton. On the other hand, my hubby dearest totally love them. The only exception for me is the mutton chops cut. The whole family enjoy this mutton chaap recipe, Pakistani or the mutton chops fry without any exception.
And I cannot be any less happier when such dishes are made. As there are no tantrums from anyone as to why their favorite dish wasn’t made. When the dish evokes zero fuss, then that is a winning dish for me.
You would only need to try this to know how tasty this Mutton Chaap recipe is. I am sure you will definitely not be disappointed at all.
So let’s get started with the Mutton Chaap recipe, Pakistani, Mutton Chops Fry recipe
Mutton Chaap Recipe, Pakistani, Mutton Chops Fry
- 500 gms mutton chops
- 2 tbs ginger garlic paste
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- 2 tsp coriander powder
- 2 tbsp black pepper powder
- 3 tbsp coriander leaves / cilantro
- salt to taste
- 1/2 cup oil
- In pan add the mutton chops, ginger garlic paste and black pepper powder. Add 2 cups water and cook till the mutton is cooked over medium flame. Alternatively you can pressure cook, but be careful as the mutton chops gets cooked pretty fast.
- Heat oil in another pan and add the turmeric powder, coriander powder and salt. Fry for few seconds and add the cooked mutton chops and coriander leaves. Mix gently and fry till the chops are brown in color. Serve hot garnished with coriander leaves.
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