3-Step Recipe for Deep-fried Mutton – An Easy Yet Delicious Dish
You can just deep-fry just about anything and it would still taste good._Deep-Fried Mutton Lover
But just because you can deep-fry just about anything doesn’t mean that everything that you deep fry will taste the same or good.
Now we get it, everyone has different taste buds. But we can all agree that there are a few deep-fried foods that taste good for a large number of people. Deep-fried Mutton is just one such dish!
You can find mutton just about anywhere so this is one of the most common dishes in entire Nepal. It is rather simple as well. All you need is some oil, some batter, and boom – you have one of the widely spread and one of the popular meat dishes across the entire country.
Do you want to make Deep-Fried Mutton? Do you know how to make this dish?
Yes? Then let’s talk about it. But before talking about the recipe for deep-fried mutton, we have to gather the ingredients first
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Ingredients for Deep-fried Mutton
- Mutton: 400 Grams
- Mustard Oil: 100 Milileters
- Onion: 50 Grams (finely chopped)
- Curry Leaves: 2 Pieces
- Green Chillies: 10 Grams
- Tomato: 50 Grams (Finely Chopped)
- Turmeric Powder: 2 teaspoon
- Chilli Powder: 1 Teaspoon
- Salt: 2 Teaspoon
- Fennel Seeds: 1 Teaspoon
- Garam Masala: 2 teaspoon
- Egg: 2 piece
- Flour: 50 Grams
- Coariander Leaves: For garnish
Method of Making
The process of making a deep-fried Mutton is really simple. Just dip the mutton in batter, heat up some oil, and deep fry the meat. That is all there is to making this dish.
Total Time: 20 minutes
Step 1: The Batter
– Crack the egg
– Mix in the spices and veggies
– Dip the mutton meat into this mix and coat it well
– Coat the meat with flour
Step 2: Fry it up
– Heat the oil
– Crack some Fennel seeds in it
– Drop the mutton and fry till golden brown
Step 3: Garnish and Serve
– Soak up the excess oil
– Garnish and serve with coriander leaves
Side Note* you can pressure cook the mutton to tenderize it before frying.
The process of making a deep-fried Mutton is really simple. While the cooking time may be a bit longer than a lot of other deep-fried meat, the rest of the process remains the same. It is deep-fried and it is delicious.
Just be sure to soak up the excess oil before consumption.
Hope you found this helpful. If you have any suggestions for us, do let us known them down in the comments below. And as always, thank you for reading till the end.