Simplest Mutton Fry

I mean it . This is probably the most simple (or simplest) recipe I have ever worked with, especially with meat. You don't even have to chop anything ... I mean how much simpler could it get. Well the garnish (some may say...) but that's optional , you don't "have" to do it ! So go ahead , try this recipe , I am sure you will love it.


2 tbsp. Oil,

1 lb. lamb/goat/beef meat,
1 tsp. ginger paste,
1 tsp. garlic paste,
Salt, to taste
1/2 - 1 tsp. red chili powder, again depending on how spicy you want,
1/2 tsp black pepper powder,
Cilantro, for garnishing


Heat oil, add meat and fry till its no longer pink, add ginger , garlic pastes, salt, red chili powder, pepper powder and fry for few
mins. Add enough water for the meat to cook. Cook on med- high heat till the meat is cooked and the water has evaporated. Garnish with cilantro and lemon wedges.

This is a perfect accompaniment for dal chawal. I don't make it too dry , I like to have some gravy so that it sticks to the meat.

This is my entry to Original recipe event hosted by Culinarty.


Lore said...

We sometimes tend to overcomplicate things and that includes food. It's nice to keep it simple yet still delicious every once in a while :).
Thanks for sharing your scrumptious recipe with the Original Recipes Round-Up!

Pooja said...

Wow this is so simple! The fry looks delicious!

Pravs said...

simple and nice :)i think, if you have fresh meat to cook with then you get best results and less ingredient will be enough.am i right ? :)

Rahin said...

I totally agree with you Lore ! n thanks for hosting this lovely event

Thanks Pooja

Of course Pravs! thats the whole idea :) My mom always makes sure the meat is fresh while making biryani...even if we have it in the freezer she will not use it

Anonymous said...

I love this simple dish - the fry sounds delicious!

Thank you so much for nice comments on my blog!

Sudeshna said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog. This mutton fry recipe is really a very simple one. Though I am not much a mutton eater, I'll try the same with chicken or shredded lamb.

Sushma Mallya said...

Thanks for your comment Rahin :)....looks simple and nice I dont eat mutton but will surely try this fry using chicken

Padma said...

Really looks simple and that too with minimum ingredients... nice recipe. Thanks for dropping by at my blog and leaving your comments.

Rahin said...

Thank you 5 Star Foodie, Sudeshna, Sushma and Padma . I do like to explore new blogs, n I know the time n effort bloggers put into it, so a comment is the least I can do.

Anonymous said...

Looks so so delicious Rahin!!!
tnx for this simple&tasty recipe.

Rahin said...

Thanks Sangi

mona said...

I make a similar dish-'Tala hua Gosht', which is easy and very delicious. Your looks so yummy!

Cynthia said...

This is a wonderful inspiration for the goat meat I bought the other day.

Chef Jeena said...

Yes very few ingredients but I bet it was very tasty to eat Rahin. I love the deep rich colour yum.

Purva Desai said...

I am not a red meat eater.....but can say this must have tasted awesome

Rahin said...

Thanks MOna

Hi Cynthia , Let me me in case you try it out

Thanks Jeena , we all loved it

Yes Purva , it was very tasty .