Monday, 9 February 2015

Goat Brain Fry (Masala)/Aatu Moolai Varuval/Lamb Brain Fry [South Indian Style Brain Fry]

Goat brain fry/Aatu Moolai varuval is a very simple, quick and delectable dish that can be made in minutes. This recipe is my mom’s special, that I have always enjoyed since my childhood. Goat brain is very soft and delicate, has a buttery taste. When it is marinated and cooked with fresh ground spices they taste heavenly and just melts in your mouth. Make sure you try this rich, creamy, spicy Goat Brain Fry and post your feed backs.

Here’s how to make Goat Brain Fry with step by step photos…


Ingredients

Goat Brain/Aatu Moolai
4
Red chilli powder
1 ½ tbsp.
Coriander powder
2 tsp
Turmeric powder
½ tsp
Salt
As needed
Oil [Gingelly oil/Nallaennai]
2 tbsp

For Grinding

Black pepper
1 tsp
Cumin seeds/Jeeragam
1 tsp
Fennel seeds/Sombu
1 tsp
Garlic cloves
4
Ginger
2 inch piece
Onion
1 small chopped
Preparation time: 10 minutes      
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Serves: 4-5

Method

Wash the goat brain thoroughly with water at least 3-4 times. Be careful when washing them, because they are very delicate.


Add red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder and salt to the brain and mix gently so that the masala is coated all over the brain and let it sit for 5-7 minutes.


Grind black pepper, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, garlic cloves and ginger in the mixer. See to that it is course and not a fine paste. Now add the onions and run the mixer for two times and switch it off.


Now add the ground paste to the brain, mix gently so that the paste is covered all over the brain. Let the marinated brain sit for another 10 minutes.


Heat oil in a pan [wide pan] on medium flame. When the pan is hot enough, add the brain along with the masala.


Let the brain cook on medium flame; flip the brain gently so that it cooks evenly on all the sides. Cook the brain for about 10 minutes or until well done as shown in the photo.


Delicious and mouth-watering Goat Brain Fry is ready to be enjoyed. You can serve this quick brain fry with simple Rasam rice or sambar rice.


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10 comments:

  1. its been ages since I had goat brain, this looks yummy

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  2. M tempting to bite it..thats my fav u knw...Nice pics priya...

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  3. Hi priya tried this one today.turnedout very well.thank you.

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    1. Thanks a lot for trying and letting me know as well. Keep visiting Priyas Virundhu for delectable recipes.

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    2. Nice recipe... Very tasty.. In My family, everyone liked it, including my 3yrs little prince also.. Thank you.. Priya..

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    3. Thanks a lot Ganga Jagadesh, happy that everyone in your family loved it. Keep visiting Priyas Virundhu

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  4. Tried it tdy..n the flavor made the day

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    1. Hi Nitha,
      Thanks a lot for taking your time to stop by and letting em know, happy that it turned out gr8. Keep visiting priyas virudnhu and keep supporting us.

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