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Ada Payasam | Traditional Dessert Recipe From Kerala | Masala Trails

4 years ago|172 views
Watch Chef Sneha Nair make the lip smacking Mutton pepper fry

Mutton Pepper Fry, straight out of the foodie heartland of Kerala, is your perfect weekend menu booster, whether you have a house party at the place or it is just a relax-on-your-couch sort of a weekend. A short trip to the nearest spice store, an appetite for the hot & spicy is all you need to make most out of this lip smacking recipe!


To Grind:
Batch 1-
1 Cinnamon piece
2 Cardamom pods
Few cloves

Batch 2-
Few black peppercorns
500g mutton
1 tbsp coriander powder
1 tsp chilli powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
20 garlic pods, chopped finely
6-7 green chillies, slit
Some curry leaves
2 1/2 large onions, chopped
Salt as per taste
Water as required
Coconut oil for cooking


-Dry roast cloves, cardamom, cinnamon. Let this cool naturally & then grind them roughly (coarsely) for the spice mix.
-In a pan, add 500 gms boneless mutton, 1tbsp coriander powder, 1tspn chilli powder, 1/4th tspn turmeric powder & little salt. Fry this. Mix well & add water, a bit of spice mix, cover & cook. (Add more water as per requirement, to cook the meat/mutton)
-In another pan, add coconut oil, 20 pods of finely chopped garlic (or as per taste), 6-7 slit green chillies, curry leaves, 2&1/2 chopped onions, little salt. Fry this mixture & add the remaining spice mix.
-Also add slightly crushed whole black peppercorns.
--When the onions are translucent and start to brown, add the cooked mutton, fold in & keep stirring till everything gets mixed properly. (This should not be completely dry, but a little moist. Add salt if required)
-Mutton Pepper Fry is ready to serve.

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