Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Vegetarian Mutton Peratal

Those years back then, vegetarian food was basically made with vegetables. Obviously. But now, it is different. Plenty of choices, plenty, we now have frozen and unfrozen mock meat. Lots and lots, tell me what you want? Mock mutton? Mock chicken? Mock Pork? Etc, etc, of course for non-vegetarians, nothing like the real-deal pot of spicy killer Masala Mutton Curry. Oh-gosh, I am hungry right now, for vegetarians and people like us who are once a week vegetarian, once a while of mock meat I think is okay, but I still prefer vegetarian mutton made with mushroom stalks. Free from artificial flavouring and colouring I was told, though I am not a rocket scientist, neither I will open my big fat mouth unless I can back up with a lengthy PHD thesis. Aha! Okayyy!!!

This vegetarian mutton is actually tasty by itself. Noooo, I am not saying you can eat it from the packet, but lightly dusted with cornflour and salt, thereafter fried to utter crispiness to crunch in. I've done that a couple of times, I love it. For this vegetarian mutton peratal, mutton is combined alongside fried potatoes in a spicy and coconut milk laced masala. Walla! Ya-lah!!

200g vegetarian mutton. 
3 small potatoes (sliced into small pieces)
1/2 tbsp dried chilli powder
3-4 dried red chillies (broken)
1 onion (sliced)
5 pips garlic (chopped)
1/2 cup coconut milk
3 sprigs coriander leaves (sliced)
Oil as needed
Salt for taste

Mix potatoes with a pinch of salt.
Fry in oil, remove and keep aside.
Leave about 2 tbsp oil in the same wok.
Saute onion, dried chillies and garlic.
Add chilli powder, coconut milk and salt.
Stir and let it heat through.
Put in mutton pieces and fried potatoes.
Stir and cook.
Off the heat and combine in coriander leaves.

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1 comment:

  1. Mutton n Potato is a deadly combination n this look awesome


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