Mutton Liver Masala
250g fresh mutton liver
1 large onion, sliced
1 tomato, cut into thin wedges
1 potato, cut into wedges or cubed
1 green chilly, slit
Salt, to taste
Juice of 1/2 a lime
1 tsp ginger garlic paste
Black pepper powder, to taste
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp red chilly powder
1-2 tbsp oil
Wash the mutton liver and cut in into bite sized slices.
Marinade with salt, lime black pepper powder and the ginger garlic paste for about 10 minutes, while you get the other ingredients prepped.
Slice the onion, tomato, slit the green chilly and peel, wash and cut the potato.
Heat some oil in a large pan and fry the potato wedges / cubes till they’re done. Take them out of the pan and set aside.
In the same pan, add some more oil if needed and fry the mutton liver for a few minutes turning them over to make sure that they are cooked. Don’t overcook the liver as it gets rubbery and doesn’t taste as good. Take the mutton liver pieces out of the pan and set aside.
Using the same pan, add a little more oil if you need it. Drop in the green chilly and let it fry off for a few seconds. Then add the onions and saute them till they sweat a little. They should maintain some of their crunch.
Now add the turmeric powder and red chilly powder and stir well.
Add the tomato wedges and stir fry for a little while till the tomato has softened a little.
Tip the cooked potato wedges and the cooked liver into the pan. Stir everything gently but thoroughly to make sure the spices have coated everything and let it all warm through for a couple of minutes.
This recipe is linked to –
Hearth and Soul
10 thoughts on “Mutton Liver Masala”
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Mutton Liver masala looks too tasty . Great preparation dear.
Nice to find our blog. It is great.
Liver is one of those things I have started to appreciate more in the last few years! This sounds like a great way of cooking it! So much flavour! Great dish!
Thanks Deepa, Ewa and Manu!
Thanks for sharing and linking with the Hearth and Soul Hop!
Thank you Melynda!
That dish looks so colorful and sounds so flavorful.