Saturday, 21 February 2015

Mutton Milagu Vadhakal/Mutton Blackpepper Fry

Hello friends,
It’s been long time after I posted any recipe, sorry for disappearing from the blogging world. Now that does not mean, I ain't cooking or clicking photos. It is just that I was preoccupied with a few things with family and kids. Any way friends, to make up for all those, I am going to share a super duper easy and quick Mutton Milagu Vadhakal which can be made with very few ingredients. Though it is made with few ingredients the taste is just incredible and you will instantly fall in love with this dish. Do try it out friends and post your feedback.

Here’s how to make Mutton Milagu Vadakal with step by step photos…


Ingredients

Mutton/Goat Meat
½ kg
Black Pepper Powder
2 ½ tbsp.
Cumin Powder
2 tsp
Ginger & Garlic Paste
2 ½ tbsp
Turmeric Powder
¼ tsp
Cinnamon sticks
3
Cloves
5
Elachi/Cardamom
4 or 5
Oil [gingelly oil/nallaennai]
1 tbsp
Salt
As needed
Curry leaves/Karivepillai
15-20 leaves
Cilantro/Coriander leaves
2 tbsp finely chopped
Preparation time: 5 minutes        
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Serves: 4-5

Method

Wash the mutton/goat meat thoroughly with water at least 3-4  times. Drain the water and keep it aside in a pressure cooker.


Add turmeric powder, ginger & garlic paste, salt, water[1 ½ to 2cups or until the mutton is fully covered with water] to the mutton and mix thoroughly. Pressure cook the mutton for 4 whistles and switch off the stove.


After the steam releases from the pressure cooker, open it drain the water [mutton cooked water] and save it in a separate bowl.


Heat oil in a heavy bottomed vessel, add cinnamon sticks, cloves, elachi and wait for nice aroma to arise.

Add curry leaves and fry for 30 secs or until it becomes crispy. Now add reserved water [mutton cooked water] and let it come to boil.


Add cumin powder, black pepper powder[2 tbsp], turmeric powder [1/8 tsp] and mix well. Let it come to boil.


Now add the finely chopped cilantro and when it comes to boil, add the cooked mutton and give a good stir. At this stage you can check the salt and adjust it accordingly.


Cover and cook for about 5-7 minutes. All the water will evaporate and masala will totally infuse into the mutton and the oil with start to separate.


At this stage switch off the stove, add ½ tbsp. of black pepper powder and mix it well.


Serve this delicious, spicy and lip smacking Mutton Milagu Vadakal with simple rasam or sambar sadam or serve it with any bread varieties like naan, chapathi, roti etc.


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Other Mutton dishes that might be of your interest….


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6 comments:

  1. love this peppery mutton...looks tempting

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  2. heaven for non vegetarians
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  3. Pepper plays a key role in non veg recipes,this us so hot luking da..

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  4. Hai priya..
    It luks awesome....nice clicks....

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  5. I love such peppery mutton dishes... never fail to please...

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