Fried Mutton Chops Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Fried Mutton Chops Recipe


                           
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Fried Mutton Chops are quite delicious, flavored and succulent deep-fried non-veg snack/lunch dinner_the fried mutton chops are first cooked with spices and later fried in oil till crispy
These fried chops are the best for the eid lunch/dinner with pulao or can be served as a side dish to any meal or even serve as a snack
Mutton chops are nothing but the rib portion of the goat, lamb, or sheep meat_they is really a good cut of the meat_soft and tender mutton the stick to the bone is a pure joy
                                 
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I made these chops at eid dinner for the guest, all people liked too much and was asking the recipe of it, whereas this recipe I got from the cooked book these chops literally made with superb taste-it has mildly spiced with an outer golden brown crispy crust
I have cooked the mutton chops for 40 minutes. For me, it was the optimum time. But if you feel that you can tenderize the mutton for less or more time do so. Every quality of meat is different, and hence the cooking time will vary accordingly.

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To make this recipe firstly thoroughly rinse the chops under the running water
                   
wash-the-chops


Prepare muslin bag for the mutton chops_Take a muslin cloth then place chopped ginger garlic, fennel seeds, dry red chilies and cinnamon sticks_Tie the muslin bag with another strip/thread
                       
make-muslin-bag


Spiced muslin bag is ready
                           
tie-the-bag


Put the all rinsed chops in the pot/pan_Pour 200 ml water in the pot                               

cook-the-muttons


Bring it to boil on high heat then ad0d salt and drop the spiced bag Push the spiced bag down with the help of a wooden spoon
                          
put-the-muslin-bag


Now add white vinegar_Close the lid and let it cook until meat is tender
                              
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Water should remain approx ¾ in mutton chops
                   
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Once the chops are cooked take them out from the pot
                     
take-them-out-chops


Discard the muslin bag by squeezing the bag
                   
discard-muslin-bag


Reserve the remaining stock for later use

               
reserve-the-stock

                     
Take a medium-sized mixing bowl to add flour, baking powder, black and white pepper 
                   
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Stir to mix well keep aside
                    
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Whisk the yogurt_Mix the remaining mutton stock with yogurt very well  
                     
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Keep adding yogurt mixture to the flour until the batter reaches a thick pouring consistency

                                 
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Heat the medium hot oil in the wok around 150 C
            
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Coat each chop with flour batter and put it into the oil
                 
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Fry each side of chop for about 2-3 minutes_Keep frying chops until getting the nice golden brown
                   
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Drain the chops onto the kitchen paper to remove the excess oil
                   
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Fry all remaining chops this way
                      
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Fried chops are ready to serve
                       
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Chops can be served with pav bread/kadak pav

                         
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Mutton Chops are quite delicious, flavored and succulent deep-fried non-veg snack/lunch dinner

Ingredients:
  1. 750g,chops mutton/lamb
  2. Salt to taste
  3. 1 tbsp, white vinegar
  4. ½ liter, cooking oil for deep frying
For muslin bag:
  1. 1 tbsp, ginger chopped
  2. 4-5, cloves chopped
  3. 1-2 sticks, cinnamon
  4. 1 tbsp, fennel seeds
  5. 8-10, dry red chilies
For flour batter:
  1. ½ cup, all-purpose flour
  2.  1 tsp, baking powder
  3. ½ tsp, black pepper
  4. ½ tsp, white pepper
  5. 3-4 tbsp, homemade yogurt
  6. ¼ cup, mutton stock
  7. Salt if required
How to make the fried mutton chops?
  1. To make this recipe firstly thoroughly rinse the chops under the running water
  2. Prepare muslin bag for the mutton chops
  3. Take a muslin cloth then place chopped ginger garlic, fennel seeds, dry red chilies and cinnamon sticks
  4. Tie the muslin bag with another strip/thread
  5. Spiced muslin bag is ready
  6. Put the all rinsed chops in the pot/pan
  7. Pour 200 ml water into the pot
  8. Bring it to boil on high heat then
  9. Add salt and drop the spiced bag
  10. Push the spiced bag down with the help of a wooden spoon
  11. Now add white vinegar
  12. Close the lid and let it cook until meat is tender
  13. Water should remain approx ¾ in mutton chops
  14. Once the chops are cooked take them out from the pot
  15. Discard the muslin bag by squeezing the bag
  16. Reserve the remaining stock for later use
  17. Take a medium-sized mixing bowl to add flour, baking powder, black and white pepper
  18. Stir to mix well keep aside
  19. Whisk the yogurt
  20. Mix the remaining mutton stock with yogurt very well 
  21. Keep adding yogurt mixture to the flour until the batter reaches thick pouring consistency
  22. Heat the medium hot oil in the wok around 150 C
  23. Coat each chop with flour batter
  24. And put into the oil
  25. Fry each side of the chop for about 2-3 minutes
  26. Keep frying chops until getting the nice golden brown
  27. Drain the chops onto the kitchen paper to remove the excess oil
  28. Fry all remaining chops this way
  29. Fried chops are ready to serve
  30. Chops can be served with pav bread/kadak pav
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