Kerala Style Mutton Pepper Fry


(Jane Jojo) #1

Spicy Nadan Pepper Roast recipe!! Mutton pieces cooked and roasted with pepper and spices. It tastes great along with porotta, any sort of rice variants ( ghee rice, pulao, normal rice) and any Indian bread


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.alittlebitofspice.com/kerala-style-mutton-pepper-fry-recipe

(Sujitha Nair) #2

looks delicious


(Anushaa Ashok) #3

The recipe is good and easy can you please suggest a vegetarian variant , I dont eat meat , for the same recipe?


(Jane Jojo) #4

Thanks Sujitha :) Anushaa, I don't have a direct vegetarian variant. But I think soya chunks would work out with this recipe. I haven't tried it though.


(Sweta (My Indian Dietitian)) #5

Happy New Year Jane Here's to a New beginning and New adventures in the New Year!
Wishing you and yours a happy


(indugetscooking) #6

I don't cook mutton much, and when I do, this is the kind of recipe I want to try. Naaden, hot and spicy!!!


(Jane Jojo) #7

It tastes great! Do try it out next time :)


(Jaikumar menon) #8

Great receipe have to try it I don't eat non veg but love to cook it for my daughter.


(Jane Jojo) #9

Thanks Jaikumar. Try it out and let me know how it turns out for you :)


(Tabs Grace) #10

It was delicious!! It was easy and my hubby loved it. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!


(Jane Jojo) #11

Thanks a lot for trying it out :)


(Nivae) #12

Awesome Recipe! I tried this multiple times and stays as my favorite. My hubby likes it too. Thanks for sharing! :)


(Jane Jojo) #13

Thanks Nivae :)


(NIDHI KATARIA) #14

Perfect recipe! I added 2 chopped tomatoes before adding spices and cooked mutton. Yumm!


(Jane Jojo) #15

Thanks for trying it out Nidhi!


(Ash) #16

This was a delicious dish!


(Jane Jojo) #17

Thanks Ash!


(Mona) #18

You have not mentioned the amount of aniseed powder to be added.


(Jane Jojo) #19

Thanks for pointing it out, Mona. It's actually called fennel powder and I have added the measurements for it.


(Jon) #20

What cut of mutton do you use? I’ve never really worked with it before but this recipe looks amazing - I don’t want to accidentally use the wrong cut of meat and end up with a bad result