Mutton Fry/Mutton Sukka Varuval

Its been a while since I posted a non-veg recipe and DH likes mutton sukka but I cook it rarely due to health conscious.Last week we got mutton from halal shop and made the mutton fry.This is a dry version which goes very well with rasam rice and curd rice or biriyani.As my parents are here for a visit I am enjoying my mom's cooking and she made this fry for us.Since there was no charge in the camera,when she was making I couldn't take the stepwise pictures,will update it soon.Here is the recipe.....


Onion(finely chopped)1no.
Tomato(finely chopped)1no.
Garlic/poondu(finely chopped)3 pods
Ginger&garlic paste2tsp
Black pepper/milagu1tsp(coarsely ground)
Chilly powder/milagai podi11/2tsp
Coriander powder/dhania podi2tsp
Turmeric powder/manjal podia pinch
Coconut paste2tbs
Curry leaves1sprig
Coriander leaves(finely chopped)2tsp
Salta pinch

For the Seasoning

Cinnamon/pattai1 inch piece
Fennel seeds/sombhu1/4tsp


  • Add the mutton with ginger&garlic paste,a pinch of chilly powder,turmeric powder,finely chopped shallots and little salt along with enough water in a pressure cooker.Cook it in a medium flame for 5-6 whistles or till the mutton becomes tender and keep aside.
  • Heat a pan with oil and do the seasoning with the ingredients and fry the cashews.Saute the onion and garlic,then add a tsp of ginger &garlic paste.Now add in the tomato and cook it till mushy.
  • Once the tomato is cooked add in the chilly powder and coriander powder,turmeric powder,add the mutton stock and cook it till it becomes thick.
  • At this stage add the coconut paste,salt and cook it for 2-3 minutes.Add the cooked mutton pieces to it and mix it well.
  • Cook it in a medium flame till it gets dried.Finally add the ground pepper,coriander leaves and give it a mix.
Mutton sukka is ready.
  • Instead of onion,shallots can be used which gives a very nice taste and flavor to the fry.
  • After adding the ground pepper do not cook it for a long time.
  • Adding the cashew is optional but gives a richness to the fry.


Mouthwatering mutton fry. Fabulous one!

This is my dad's fav dish. Awesomely made!!

Wow this is so delicious....thanx for sharing...

this is sooooo good... just pass me that bowl and I promise i will return the empty bowl :-)

My mom love this Mutton chukka, your recipe sounds flavorful n delicious...sure will share this recipe :)looks inviting!

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