Mutton Liver Fry Recipe, How To Make Liver Fry

Mutton Liver fry is fried in very less amount of spices mainly pepper and liver is one of the best portions of the lamb.

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This recipe is quite simple but it’s  yummy and delicious that one cannot resist to have more of it. It goes well with both roti and rice.

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It is also a healthy dish as lamb liver is very good for health and mutton liver benefits are plenty such as lamb liver is high in Vitamin A and includes ingestion of good quality protein..  It is good for increasing haemoglobin  levels in blood and many more.

                We usually refer to mutton liver recipe in Hyderabad as kaleji ka salan and hope this recipe of mine is liked by my readers…

Mutton Liver is very soft in texture and slippery but this portion of the lamb is one of my favorites as it is healthy too. Making mutton liver fry mainly with pepper fry gives the best flavor . It can also be used to make liver curry.

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One can stir fry the liver but, I feel doing so does not help the liver in cooking from inside and therefore, in this recipe I have pressure cooked the liver with spices.

How To Make Mutton Liver Fry Recipe Below:

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Mutton Liver Fry Recipe
 
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Easy mutton liver fry recipe mainly fried with pepper ...
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Recipe type: Mutton
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 3-4
Ingredients
  • 250 gms mutton liver washed well
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • 3 medium sized onions finely sliced
  • salt to taste
  • 1 tsp red chilli powder
  • ¼ tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp black pepper powder
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 tbsp coriander leaves for garnishing
Instructions
  1. In a pressure cooker, add oil and heat it.
  2. Add sliced onions and cook till slight brown in color.
  3. Add mutton liver into it and roast it well until color is changed.
  4. Add salt as per taste, add red chilli powder, turmeric powder and mix well.
  5. Add little water and pressure cook for about 5-6 whistles.
  6. Reduce the steam, add black pepper powder and coriander leaves.
  7. Cook on sim flame for about two minutes.
  8. If there is water remaining cook until water is absorbed.
  9. Mutton liver fry is ready!!!
Notes
1. If there is any water remaining then frying of the mutton liver until all the water is absorbed is a must and only liver pieces should be left...
2.Adding too much of water while pressure cooking does not give the fried flavor and hence make sure little water is added.

 


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Comments

  1. Anurekha says

    Really yummy, mouth watering liver fry for my dear son. With just three ingredients it gave an amazing taste. Thankyou for saving me the time.

    • asiya says

      Thanks Anurekha… These kind of positive feedback for my recipes really inspire me to post more and more recipes which are interesting for my blog readers…Hope your son liked it…

  2. Mansi says

    Hi, I had tried the pressure cooker way 2 years ago but it didn’t turn out to be soft. Also, it turns out to be hard when I cook in a Kadai. Is your recipe going to make it soft? Please suggest something to make the liver pieces tender. I always buy them fresh but end up cooking harder liver pieces :(

    • asiya says

      Hi Mansi liver is such an ingredient which tends to get harder the more we cook, but it tastes awesome. If you are looking to make them softer just saute the liver in oil with spices in kadai for few minutes and not longer time. If you cook for a longer time they definitely would get harder.

  3. Ria says

    Hi Asiya,

    I tried this recipe. But why is it that while cooking it, the mutton liver was giving a bad smell. Does this always happen while cooking liver? Please help. Thanks.

    • asiya says

      Hi Ria… it won’t give a bad smell…wash it well and buy a freshly cut mutton liver… it gives a smell I agree but that is not a bad one…Try to saute well so that the smell disappears…

    • asiya says

      Not really Ria, because I have made this recipe many a times and we do not follow those procedures but you can opt for that cleaning procedure…it does not spoil your dish… Also check my chicken liver fry recipe as I have shared video procedure for that recipe…

  4. Dimple says

    Short & tasty. No muss no fuss recipe, which still delivers a satisfying tast. Your instructions were easy to understand and follow

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