Mutton Dry Fry Recipe in South Indian Style
You will be amazed at the simplicity and ease of this dish. This recipe does not call for lot of ingredients. There are very few ingredients and yet it tastes so delish.
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The Mutton Dry Fry recipe is made in typical South Indian Style. It is made with the most basic of spices. More than the ingredients, it is the process that enhances the taste of this mutton dry fry recipe.
Remember to get small pieces of the mutton. If you buy too large pieces, then it won’t be cooked through. We do not use the pressure cooker while making this dish. So the smaller the pieces, easier the process will be.
You can add in any kind of spices that you like to add. Black Pepper Powder, Cumin powder, you can add anything that fancies you. Just ensure you follow the method. And that is not so difficult to do. Small Pieces, No Pressure Cooker! That’s all that you have to remember.
I like to make this mutton dry fry recipe, South Indian Style when I have some time at my disposal. There is no short cut to it, hence I always keep it for the weekends.
I can keep the mutton pieces for cooking and start with my other dishes. It cooks on it’s own on medium low flame. We do not need to stir it too often and that is what I like about it. But be careful when the water is about to dry up. The mutton will quickly start sticking to the bottom after that. Add the oil quickly after the water has dried up.
So let’s get started with the Mutton Dry Fry Recipe, South Indian Style, Simple Mutton Roast
Mutton Dry Fry Recipe, South Indian Style, Simple Mutton Roast
- 500 gms mutton cut into small pieces
- 2 tbsp ginger garlic paste
- 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
- 2 tbsp oil
- 1 tsp red chilli powder
- 1/2 tsp garam masala powder
- salt to taste
- In a pan, take the mutton, ginger garlic paste and turmeric powder. Add a cup of water and cook on medium low heat till the mutton is tender and water has dried up.
- Once the water has dried up, add the oil and fry the mutton well.
- Next add in the red chilli powder, garam masala powder and masala. Fry well till all the masala is well coated.
- Remove from heat, garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot.
*Assemble all the ingredients together.
* In a pan, take the mutton, ginger garlic paste and turmeric powder. Add a cup of water.
*Close with a lid and keep on medium low flame. Cook till the mutton is tender. Remember to occasionally stir, though it does cook on it’s own perfectly.
*Once the mutton is cooked and all the water has dried up, quickly add the oil. Mutton will start sticking to the bottom once the water is about to dry. Be careful at this stage. Fry well till the mutton is browned.
*Next, add salt, garam masala and red chilli powder. Mix well. Fry well on medium flame till the chilli powder is coated well. Enjoy your delicious mutton dry fry recipe, South Indian style.
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