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Lamb Chilli Pepper

Lamb Chilli Pepper

Ingredients

Boneless Lamb Leg meat – 1/2 kg cut in 2 inch pieces

For marination:
Ginger garlic paste – 1 tbsp
Red chilli powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric powder – 2 pinches
Salt – as per taste
Tomato – 1 small chopped
Onions – 1 medium chopped
Curry leaves -few
Oil – 1 tsp

For final process:
Oil – 1 tbsp
Garlic – 2 large pods minced
Onion – 1 large
Green chilli – 3-4 Med-Less spicy
Curry leaves – 2 sprigs
Spring Onions – Few Chopped (white and green parts)
Fresh coriander – 2 tbsp chopped
Black pepper – 1 tsp freshly ground

Method
1.Cut and wash lamb pieces well in enough water and drain,transfer into mixing bowl and add all the ingredients for marination and marinate for 2-3 hours.
2.Now cook the marinated meat in a pressure cooker with 1/2 cup of water for 12-15 mins on medium heat.
3.For final process,Heat a pan or wok and add oil,then minced garlic,sliced onion,green chili cut diagonally,spring onion white chopped,curry leaves and fry few mins and add the boiled meat and fry on high heat for 2 mins and reduce heat.
4.Continue stiring till dry and lastly add pepper,pinch of salt,fresh coriander and chopped spring onion greens and mix well.Turn of heat.
5.Transfer into serving dish and serve hot.

Green capsicum sliced also can be added for variation.

By Kezia Mary.

Comments on: "Lamb Chilli Pepper" (2)

  1. wow, it looks appealing. tastes real delicious. thank you. my children like meat so much and they really enjoy it. please post a recipe for gongura mutton also. its a delicacy for telugu people living in the middle east.

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