Monday, March 22, 2010

Mutton piralan/Mutton Roast/Lamb Roast


Hope some of you guys get a chance to try my other mutton recipes. As my husband is a pure non-vegetarian, most of the days I used to prepare any of the non-veg dishes according to the availability. Today I prepared a new dish "Mutton Piralan (Mutton Roast)". Actually I got this recipe from one of the cookery show. It is a good combo with paratha or rice. We had it with paratha...My husband really loved it. As I got a good feedback from him,i thought i can share the recipe with all of you. Hope you could really enjoy having this and could get good feedback from your loved ones.

Cost of the dish : 3.99$ /Pound
Cooking time : 30-45 minutes


Ingredients
Mutton - 1 pound
Pepper powder-1 tbs
Garam Masla- 1 tsp
Red chili powder -2tbs
Garlic - 5 pods
Salt - to taste
Turmeric Powder-1/2 tsp
Red Onion : 1 big size
Tomato-1 medium
coconut milk : 1/4 cup
Water :1/4 cup

Preparation
Step1: Cut the onion into small pieces. Cut the tomato into 8 pieces..
Step2: Make a nice paste of garlic,Pepper, garam masala, turmeric powder, chili powder and salt. (Keep half of the turmeric and chilli powder for onion masala. See Step6)
Step3: Marinate the mutton with the above spice paste and keep aside for about 15-30 minute.
Step4: Cook the Marinated mutton in a pressure cookder until well cooked (2 whistle).
Step5: Heat oil in a pan, add the sliced red-onion. Fry until onions gets brown color.
Step6: Add 2 crushed garlic pods and Turmeric Powder and Chili powder. Stir well.
Step7: Add the Tomato into it. Once it gets sauted, add the cooked mutton pieces along with gravey into the onion mix.
Step8: Cook it for about 10-15 minutes in meduim heat or until mutton get roasted with the masala.
Step9: Add coconut milk and just cook it in very low flame for about 5 more minutes

The Delicious Mutton Piralan is ready ...
Cook's Tip:


  • Do not add more water for cooking the mutton. Allow mutton to cook in it's own moisture.
  • If you do not have coconut milk just grind the grated cocnut very nicely and take the milk by squeezing it (You can use a clean cotton cloth or strainer for this)..If you grind the coconut very nicely not necessary to strain that...
  • According to your taste increase the quantity of chili powder. 
  • Allow the gravy to settle in the roast make it more tender and tastier

    18 Said:

    Suhaina said...

    Ente Prani, enikku kodi avunnu. I wish u were my neighbour. We could just share what ever me make. I am drooling. Appom and mutton piralan, super combo. Enikku ippol venam.

    RV said...

    Piralan looks yummilicous. Am drooling right here.

    ganga said...

    kandittu kothiyayittu vayya...perfect.

    Tina said...

    Wow so spicy and mouthwatering...Kothi vanittu vayya..

    Pravs said...

    looks delicious ! love the color, must have been so yum with paratha.

    Sarah Naveen said...

    wow!! wow!!! kothiyavunnu!!!!! ente fav annu piralen..i have one in my drafts ..ichira chorum morum koodi undenkil oonnu adipoli!!!

    ARUNA said...

    Gosh it looks so inviting, am i drooling or wat!!!

    PranisKitchen said...

    hi suhaina rv ganaga tina pravs sarah aruna , thanks a lot for you comments dear

    Uma said...

    lovely non veg recipes!

    Jagruti said...

    Hi
    First time here and you have nice space!! lovely and delicious recipe...

    cheers and do visit me if you can..following you!!

    Nithu Bala said...

    Dear Prani, you have awards waiting at my blog..drop in to collect them..

    PranisKitchen said...

    thanks uma ..

    PranisKitchen said...

    jagruthi
    thnks for visiting here..You are always welcome dear.
    Nithu..
    I am so happy to accept the wonderful awards..thanks a lot

    Lena Rashmin Raj said...

    i just came across this blog and im so happy that i did it.. so tempting snaps..i really missed it.. :)

    Aysha said...

    I am drooling yaar....too hard to resist...very tempting recipe...i loved it!!!

    SathyaSridhar said...

    woooow,,mutton varuval looks superb yaar,,droooooling mee..

    Muraligeetham said...

    wow! great recipe...you have a lovely blog . following you :)

    Ajab Attari said...

    Thanks for the recepi
    Tried it it tastes amazing

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