We would like to share with you our new Mutton Masala Fry Recipe. This fry gosht recipe is prepared with a combination of assorted spices & fresh white butter cooked in an easy and convenient way. It is equally delicious and mouth-watering and made without using any cooking oil in it. This unique cooking recipe also excludes yogurt, tomatoes, and onions. We have prepared it in an easy and convenient way, and it also combines nutritious and healthy methods of cooking too. Butter addition to the dish will create a powerful aroma and delicious taste and makes it a touch of mutton makhni taste. People in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India love to cook at home and serve their family and friends. But since the mutton is widely eaten around the world, our fry mutton recipe will be liked equally by the people living around the world too. Anyone who wants to convert the traditional unhealthy cooking method to a nutritious and healthy one must try out this recipe at home. The recipe dish is best served with rice, paratha, chapati, roti, and raita. So, what are you waiting for! Try this distinct and tasty recipe at your home today and make it a moment of festive. You can also find our full written format of mutton masala fry recipe written below for your total ease and following.
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MUTTON MASALA FRY RECIPE
- Mutton (medium size pieces): 1-1/2 Kg
- Vinegar: ½ cup (150 ml or gm)
- Ginger Garlic paste: 3 tbsp
- Butter: 3 tbsp
- Turmeric powder (haldi): ¾ tsp
- Salt (Namak): ¾ tsp or as required
- Cumin powder (zeera): 2 tsp
- All spices powder (garam masala): 2 tsp
- Chili flakes (lal mirch): 1 tsp
- Tikka masala: 1 tsp
- Mango powder (Kathai powder/Aamchur): 1 tbsp
- Coriander leaves (Dhaniya): ½ cup chopped
- Mint leaves (Podina): ½ cup chopped
- Add vinegar & ginger garlic paste in the meat and mix thoroughly.
- Cover & refrigerate for atleast 1 hour. Then place the marinated mutton in a large pan and cover tightly.
- Set to cook for 20-25 minutes under very low flame. Add some water if required.
- After mutton has been cooked upto around 80%, add butter in it.
- Mix butter and add the spices. Cook for 5 minutes and add slight water in it, if required.
- Cover & cook the meat until it becomes tender.
- After the meat is nice & tender, add mango powder.
- Add fresh chopped coriander & mint leaves.
- Serve hot with roti, paratha, chapati and raita.