Monday, November 17, 2008

Mutton Liver Fry ~ Weekend Cooking!

Weekend cooking always tends to be elaborate if it involves non veg. And especially you are entertaining guests or relatives, it becomes an affair to remember. We try excelling ourselves by cooking up the most elaborate and exciting dishes for a guest. And if it happens to be that you have a big family reunion, no doubt, you want to exhibit the best. This is what happens whenever we meet up with my hubby dear sisters. Both of them get down to cooking up elaborate dishes to please their brother. For me, of course even when I tell them not to bother, they try to cook something vegetarian. This liver fry was something that was done after a very long time. I normally don't' make it at home.

I remember enjoying it when I was a kid. My dad's brother used to get us fresh for Sunday and I remember Amma cooking this very tasty. I must have been about 10 years then. This time when we visited my sil's place, we had good fun cooking up these dishes. I followed the same way as Amma prepares and everybody really love it to the last bit! When I had all of them in the plate for a click, my nephew was insisting that he needs that plate!

Mutton Liver Fry

Liver - 500 gms
Onions - 2 medium
Ginger garlic paste - 1 & 1/2 tsp
Tomatoes - 1 small
Chili powder - 1 & 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder a pinch
Coriander powder - 1 tsp
Cloves - 2
Coconut paste - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 2 tbsp

Dry Masala powder

Coriander Seeds - 1 tsp
Pepper - 1/2 tsp
Poppy Seeds - 1 tsp
Clove - 2
Cinnamon - 2"
Cardamon -2
Colour Rice with Mutton Pulusu and Mutton Liver Fry ~ Our Sunday Lunch!

Method to prepare:

For the Dry Masala powder

Dry roast all the ingredients over sim flame and grind to a smooth powder once its cool. This can be stored in an air tight container.

For the Gojju,

Heat a pan with oil, add the clove and cinnamon, then saute the chopped onions. When it turns pink, add the ginger garlic paste. Fry till its brown.

Then add liver pieces, add salt and turmeric powder. Cook on high flame for 5 mins. Then add the tomatoes and chili, coriander powders. Cover and cook for 15 mins, stirring in between.

Finally when its all cooked, add the powdered masala and stir it all again. Cook for 5 mins or check if the liver is cooked.

Garnish with coriander leaves.

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11 comments :

Sharmila said...

Absolutely love liver fry. Great going Srivalli! :-)

Cilantro said...

I have`nt made them before and tried during my last visit to India. Liver tends to get tough when cooked.
I know it is good source of b12. Any tips Sri??? Yours looks lovely and nice gravy to it.

rekhas kitchen said...

wow that plate looks so great nice recipe valli

Medhaa said...

Love liver and love the lunch plate its very tempting

Adhi Potoba said...

Mutton liver is one of the things I miss most since coming to the US. This looks like a great Sunday lunch.

Alka said...

U will be glad to know that i had bookmarked almost all of the nonveg recipes of urs ,so that if at any JUNCTURE of life we meet,and u OBVIOUSLY invited me to ur home for lunch/dinner,then YOU will not need to worry about planning menu coz u can easily select some or all of the bookmarked recipes(ur recipes) to cook for me...he he he he

Anonymous said...

Lovely mutton liver fry. good pic.

karuna said...

the thali looks so tempeting. loved the mutton fry. has been ages i have had this....with rice must be tasting soooo good.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Iam hungry. Simple and easy to make recipes. Perfect for weekends.

Bhawana said...

you cook non veg very well and show nicely :).

kamala said...

Missing this here Valli..Looks so good

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