Sunday, November 27, 2011

Mutton Sukka Varuval / Mutton Dry Fry

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Mutton Sukka is a absolutely mouthwatering, hot and very spicy dish. This is my grandmother’s recipe, and it promises to get your tastebuds tingling with flavor and joy. I’m soooooooo addicted to this tasty spicy mutton dish, which is regular at my home on Sundays. 
Here in this recipe, the goat meat (mutton ) is being cooked with spicy masala powders to lipsmacking dry fry. Mutton Sukka can be best served with hot steamed rice, biryanis, parathas , naan or rotis..!
Try out this easy & delicious  version of mutton and enjoy!!!
Ingredients:
  • Mutton                                      - ½ kg
  • Onion                                       - 3
  • Tomato                                     - 2
  • Mint leaves                               - 1 cup
  • Aniseed                                    - 1 tsp
  • Cumin                                       - 2 tsp
  • Black pepper                             - 1 tsp
  • Oil                                            - 4 tbsp
  • Ginger garlic paste                    - 1 tbsp
  • Yoghurd                                   - 2 tbsp
  • Red chilly pwd                          - 2 tsp
  • Turmeric pwd                            - ½ tsp
  • Coriander pwd                           - 2 tsp
  • Garam masala pwd                    - 1 tsp
  • Lemon juice                              - 1 tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Fresh coriander leaves
Method:
  1. Wash mutton, drain water and keep aside.
  2. Chop onion and tomatoes.
  3. Strip mint leaves, wash, drain and keep aside.
  4. Make a coarse paste of aniseed, cumin and black pepper.
  5. In a pressure pan, add oil and heat it.
  6. Add chopped onions and fry till transculent.
  7. Add ginger garlic paste and sauté for a minute.
  8. Add chopped tomatoes and cook till oil separates.
  9. Now add mutton pieces, 2 tbsp curd, red chilly pwd, turmeric pwd and coriander pwd.
  10. Add salt and mint leaves.
  11. Add enough water to cover the contents and pressure cook for 4 whistles.
  12. Simmer for 2 to 3 minutes.
  13. Take a fry pan.
  14. Heat 3 tbsp of oil.
  15. Add gravy and sauté it in medium flame.
  16. When water is totally absorbed, add powdered aniseed, cumin and black pepper pwd.
  17. Now add garam masala powder.
  18. Add lemon juice, stir well  and remove from flame.
  19. Garnish with freshly chopped coriander leaves and golden roasted cashews.
  20. Spicy mutton sukka is ready.
  1. Serve hot with naan, rotis or with rice dishes.
Related Quick Links:
·       Mutton Kohlapuri

·       Mutton Spicy Fry

·       Mutton Masla

·       Mutton Chops Fry

·       Mutton Korma

·       Aatukal Paya / Soup

70 comments:

  1. Nicely done and presented on a banana leaf.

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  2. Cook nicely with Indian spices and presentation is super!!!!

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  3. yummm yummm my favorite!! by the way, I wanna ask this.. where did you get the banana leave?

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  4. i've never had mutton before...sounds interesting...

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  5. Superbly made Mutton dry fry.Looks so tempting.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. delicious flavours looks wonderful on the banana leaf

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  7. Thanks for dropping by & giving my sweet little space your precious time.:)

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  8. Hy Echo's kitchen, thx for the compliments..:)
    In South India, banana leaves are very common and available at all veg markets..!

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  9. Mouth watering recipe,perfectly done.

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  10. Mutton sounds really interesting to cook with!

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  11. Yummm Yummm mouthwatering...so tempting..loved the dish and the presentation Jay..will definitely try this one.

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  12. so tempting and delicious too Jay!!

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  13. Great with a bowl of steamed rice.

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    Regards
    Spoon and Chopsticks
    http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com

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  14. Looks like I wanna use my hands and bring out the rice with that recipe you posted.

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  15. Motton dry fry looks awesome.

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  16. wow, lovely recipe, Jay.....my mouth is watering now, making me hungry, dear..have to go..nice presentation

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  17. This looks fabulous - it's not so easy to get mutton where I leave, but I just love dishes like this. So full of flavour!

    Charles @ FiveEuroFood.com

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  18. Great recipe Jay..and looks tempting on banana leaf.

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  19. Super good girl..:) Awesome..
    Reva

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  20. Varuval looks fabulous and tempting Jay..Drooling.

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  21. Yum yum, incredible sukka,makes me hungry.

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  22. Drool-worthy Mutton Sukka Varuval.Yummy.Super inviting Mutton Fry

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  23. Delicious mutton curry,looks so tempting n nice presentation too....

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  24. so inviting mutton fry.....fabulous dear

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  25. It must be really delicious!Have a lovely week,dear!

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  26. A heavenly pleasure to taste this and our fav at home too.

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  27. Oh Jay,U r making me hungry..how I miss mutton ..we only get lamb here,its not good like mutton,so we buy only chicken :(

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  28. So delicious looking, I want it for breakfast right now!

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  29. I've never cooked mutton before. Interesting recipe!

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  30. Makes me hungry,nice recipe dear..mutton sukka looks very tempting

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  31. slurrp...am drooling over here!!

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  32. Your mutton-dish sounds very interesting. In Hungary we used mutton for "gulash" and "shaslik" also, they are no less interesting disches.

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  33. Wow Jay. That looks absolutely delicious.! You got me all hungry now.!

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  34. *Drool* I love lamb. I usually only get it once a year at the Greek Festival here in Birmingham.

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  35. hummm, que delicia! me tomaba un platito para cenar! Un beso desde Madrid

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  36. really tempting...nice presentation dear

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  37. Great recipie. Love it Jay. Mouth watering.

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  38. Superb recipe jay. I have suggested your site to my friends who love non-neg food like anythings. Thanks for sharing wonderful recipes.

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  39. Jay that looks sooo yummy....slurpp!!

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  40. That sure looks good! I love Indian food. I haven't made it much but love to eat it! I should give it a stab. :)

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  41. Hi Jay, What a great recipe. I've never tried cooking mutton even though I enjoy ordering it when we go out for Indian. Your recipe sounds simple enough and packed full of lovely flavors. I'll have to pick up some mutton to give it a try.

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  42. This looks delicious, savory and spicy!

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  43. Yum yum,just drooling over that fabulous mutton fry..

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  44. hi jay, wow this must be very delicious..so many flavorfuol ingreadients..love the dry gravy

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  45. I imagine myself having seconds with nasi briyani.

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  46. What a fantastic recipe -I'm not sure that I've ever had mutton before but I will definitely give that a go along with your recipe ..

    Thanks for visiting my blog =)

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  47. Absolutely mouth watering and spicy mutton fry. I cannot resist myself.

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  48. so glad to hear from you...
    I appreciate each n every comment you leave for me..Tq..;)

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  49. Beautiful! That dish must be very flavorful. I've never had mutton, but since I love lamb, I'n sure I'd love that meat...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  50. Delish stir fry!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  51. Hi Jay,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. It's my pleasure to meet you and I look forward to getting to know you better.

    I don't believe I've ever tasted mutton, but it sounds delicious. Your kitchen must have smelled wonderful with all of the anise, cumin, coriander and tumeric spices in this.
    Sam

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  52. Amazing and delicious with rotis.

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  53. This looks so delicious...I'm bookmarking this for a try this weekend. Thank you for a great recipe! ~~Cheers!

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  54. Yum! I once tried to cook a goat curry but it needed a lot more time than the 2 hours I gave it. This sounds gorgeous - spicy and tasty, and served on a banana leaf!

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  55. Hello Jay, I love indian food.
    Kisses Sabina

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  56. Happy Holiday Jay,
    Delicious Mutton Sukka veruval. I am going to try this recipe. Thanks Jay.

    I nominated you for a Versital award. Please take a look at award rules in my Award blog.

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  57. It is an ultimatum on sunday's cook out. Delicious mutton fry jay.

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  58. What a beautiful presentation! I don't think we have mutton here, but these flavors are just gorgeous!

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  59. Do you think this would be ok with lamb? I don't really have access to mutton but I do want to give this a shot.

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