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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Mutton Peralan / Mutton in dry gravy


Mutton peralan is a dry side dish. Peralan is a famous Kerala preparation, which can be made easily without any hard work.  This is best served hot with practically everything including rice, appam, puttu, idiappam etc. It stays fresh forever and seems to get tastier as you heat it each time.


Ingredients:
  1. Mutton- ½ kg
  2. Onions (sliced)- 2nos
  3. Green chillies (slitted)- 4nos
  4. Ginger paste- 1tbsp
  5. Garlic paste- 1tbsp
  6. Curry leaves- few
  7. Red chilli powder- 2tsp
  8. Coriander powder- 1tsp
  9. Turmeric powder- ½ tsp
  10. Garam masala powder- 1tsp
  11. Salt- as per taste
  12. Oil- 2tbsp
  13. Water- ½ cup
Method:
  1. Pour oil in pressure cooker and saute onions, green chillies, curry leaves, ginger and garlic paste well.
  2. Add the red chilli powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder. Mix well in between otherwise the powders will stick to the bottom of the cooker.
  3. Add the cleaned and washed mutton pieces and salt. Stir fry for few minutes.
  4. Add water and close the cooker and pressure cook the mutton till done. Remove from fire.
  5. When it is cooled open the cooker and add the garam masala powder  and saute well till no water is left and till the gravy becomes dry.
  6. Transfer to a serving dish.


I am sending this to Kerala Kitchen an event hosted by Ria.

12 comments:

  1. irresistable n droolworthy recipe dear...tempting click again..:D
    Tasty appetite

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  2. the mutton in dry gravy looks so tempting...yum!

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  3. Totally love your mutton pirlan, adi poli!!

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  4. Looks incredible, who cud resist this perfect mutton...makes one' very hungry right now:(

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  5. Thankyou all for your encouraging comments.

    Malar, I am glad that I could temp you with my clicks.

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  6. Zareena, Thanks for dropping in at my space!
    Happy following you! I love chicken peralan, yet to try them with mutton,nice space here!

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  7. superb! ithu chicken ayirunnengil pinneyum adipoli aayene :D

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  8. Thank you Soumya and Reshmi for your lovely comments.
    Nags, ingane chicken kondum vekkam :)

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  9. Simple, exotic and yum....nice to know that u r also staying in Bangalore....i am also staying in Bangalore...just sent u fb request...

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  10. nice recipe..looks so delicious.. i want it now:)

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  11. Kitchenflavours Thankyou so much for your lovely comment and for your friend request. So nice of you.
    Thankyou Sarah for your comment. You are too generous.

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