How to prepare Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry?

The Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry is a tasty non-vegetarian recipe. This mutton fry takes first place in all marriage functions and during all festival. Do you want to learn the steps to prepare Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry? Here I have given some steps to prepare Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry.

The Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry is a special non- vegetarian recipe which looks so nice. It has special fragrance and very good taste and colour. The peoples in Kerala can use more spices like pepper, dry red chilly, and green chilly in their cooking. They believe that these spices give more fragrance to their dish. They plant spices in their own place. The dish taste so nice because of the special taste of Kerala water. To taste the Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry follow the below instructions. In Kerala most of the peoples consume non-vegetarian daily. So the non vegetarian dishes are very spicy and tasty.

Ingredients Required for Kerala stir mutton (meat) fry

1. Mutton: 500g (minced well)
2. Mustard seeds: ½ tsp
3. Green chilly: 3
4. Onion: 2 (large)
5. Ginger: 1 (medium)
6. Garlic: 5-8 (pieces)
7. Dry red chilly powder: 2 tsp
8. Black pepper powder: 1 tsp
9. Turmeric powder: ½ tsp
10. Garam masala: 2 tsp
11. Coriander powder: 3 tsp
12. Curry leaves: a small bunch
13. Oil: (as required)
14. Water: (as required)
15. Lemon juice: 1 tsp

Preparation method of Kerala stirs mutton (meat) fry

Step 1: First wash the minced mutton (meat) to remove waste.

Step 2: Mix lemon juice, coriander powder, little pepper powder, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, and little amount of water with mutton (meat).

Step 3: Keep the marinated meat in a bowl till it sets well.

Step 4: Put the marinated meat in a pan and dry the marinated meat till the water in the mix gets evaporated.

Step 5: Grind the ginger and garlic with water to form a paste.

Step 6: Heat oil in a pan, put mustard seeds, curry leaves, onion, ginger garlic paste, green chilly and roast it well.

Step 7: Add the remaining chilly powder, coriander powder, pepper powder and garam masala and stir it well.

Step 8: Roast the mutton (meat) well till it become dark brown in colour. Add some onion and coriander leaves for pleasant aroma. Serve it with fried rice, chappathi, appam.

Extra tip: Add oil while roasting the mutton avoids the meat to stick in the pan.

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