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Protein
23.9g / 33%
Carbohydrates
8.5g / 11%
Fats
18.4g / 56%
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Indian Main Course

Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe

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51Min
Medium
A Kerala Mutton Fry is a classic Kerala-style preparation made with whole spices and curry leaves with the predominant flavour of black peppercorns. Just do not let the long list of ingredients intimidate you, because the recipe is quite easy to make - just make sure you dry roast the spices and use coconut oil, to get all the authentic flavours of a Kerala-style Mutton Fry.

Ingredients

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5 Servings
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This dish was made for 5 here

2  Sachets
1  Teaspoon
Fennel Seeds (Saunf)
1 
Star Anise
4 
Green Cardamom
2 
Cinnamon (1 Inch Pieces)
6 
Cloves
0.5  Teaspoon
Turmeric Powder
3  Tablespoons
Coriander Powder
1  Teaspoon
Whole Peppercorns
6  Cloves
Garlic
500  gms
Mutton
3  Tablespoons
Oil
1  Teaspoon
Mustard Seeds
2 
Onion (Sliced)
1  Inch
Ginger
5 
Curry Leaves
1  Pinch
Salt

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Nutrition Value

Energy
801.26 kcal
Protein
23.86 g
Carbohydrates
8.53 g
Fats
18.35 g
Information per serving
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Instruction

51 Minutes
Step 1
15 Min
Prepare ingredients as mentioned in the list. Grind fennel seeds, star anise, green cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, turmeric powder, coriander powder, black peppercorns and garlic together. Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe
Step 2
15 Min
Put the mutton in a pressure cooker, add the above ground masala and MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic. Mix well and add half a cup of water. Now, add salt to taste and pressure cook for 8-10 minutes after the first whistle. Allow to cool, open pressure cooker and dry-out the liquid, if any. Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe
Step 3
20 Min
Heat the oil in a wok, add the mustard seeds and when they start to splutter, add the onions, ginger and curry leaves. Sauté till onions are soft and transparent, add the cooked mutton and sauté on a low-flame, till well-fried and brown. Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe
Step 4
1 Min
Serve hot with Kerala Parottas. Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe
Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe

Step 1 of 4

Prepare ingredients as mentioned in the list. Grind fennel seeds, star anise, green cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, turmeric powder, coriander powder, black peppercorns and garlic together.

Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe

Step 2 of 4

Put the mutton in a pressure cooker, add the above ground masala and MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic. Mix well and add half a cup of water. Now, add salt to taste and pressure cook for 8-10 minutes after the first whistle. Allow to cool, open pressure cooker and dry-out the liquid, if any.

Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe

Step 3 of 4

Heat the oil in a wok, add the mustard seeds and when they start to splutter, add the onions, ginger and curry leaves. Sauté till onions are soft and transparent, add the cooked mutton and sauté on a low-flame, till well-fried and brown.

Kerala Mutton Fry Recipe

Step 4 of 4

Serve hot with Kerala Parottas.

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