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Hello friends!!! How U all been??? Apa khabar semua???

Gosh, it has been quite some since I last updated my blog na...huhuhu! Well, first of all I'm still using the super-duper Maxis broadband which only works fine early in the morning ( I'm not waking up early as I did b4, hehe).

Secondly, my Hubby was around...so we were out most of the time! He just enjoyed with his new toy...the Audi Q5. Now, Hubby is back to Brazil again to join the vessel. Awwwww!!! So, U can see me often here!

Errr...first thing irked me this morning, after logging in to my blog...the POST EDITOR looks different! Where gone all my smileys/emoticons??? I checked the settings...still showing the old editor, but everything looks new! Owh Google, U made me upset! I need sometime to sit and re-check things here...arrghhh next time la!

Anyways, to all my sweet friends out there...Thank You so much for ur continuous visit and support! I'll be visiting U all shortly! To my silent-readers, new visitors and followers...Thanks again!!! A warm welcome to all of U! ;)

Okey, enough with that...let's move on with my dish...

I made lots of dishes last 3 weeks...but unable to shoot much due to lack of time. Only few..that too a rush photo session. Hehe!!!

This Mutton Poriyal (Mutton Fry) is originally my Mum's recipe. But I've added lots of other spices to suit our taste. Mum said I'm just over-doing with the spices! Ahahaha!! She said she only adds little amount of spices, but I'm not. Kikiki...

Alright, check out the recipe.
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MUTTON PORIYAL by love2cook

Ingredients :~

(A) To marinate (blend ingredients marked *)
  • 1kg boneless mutton ~ cut into small cubes
  • 7 shallots *
  • 4 garlic cloves *
  • 2 inches ginger *
  • 4 lemongrass stalks *
  • 1 inch galangal pc *
  • 2-3 tbsp chilli powder ( add/less)
  • 1 tbsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp cumin powder
  • 1 tsp fennel powder
  • salt to taste

(B) To fry
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 star anise
  • 3 cardamom pods
  • 1/2 tsp fennel seeds
  • 1/2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 2 large onions ~ finely sliced
  • 5 dried chillies ~ sliced
  • 2 sprigs curry leaves
  • some salt
  • oil
Method :~
  1. Mix ingredients (A) and marinate for 1 hour.
  2. Place the marinated mutton in a large wok, let it cook covered under low flame for another 1 hour or so..until the mutton becomes dry and cooked. Stir occasionally.(No oil needed).
  3. Once the mutton is free from water and becomes dry, add some oil and stir together.
  4. In another pan, heat up some oil and fry ingredients (B) until the onion becomes light brown.
  5. Add ingredients (B) into the mutton together with the oil. Keep stirring the mutton for another 15-20 minutes until well-cooked. U can stir longer if U want the mutton to be more drier. I did it for almost 30 minutes! ;)
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Wish U all a Happy July 2010!!! :D



35 comments :

  1. darling love to see u back with mouthwatering pics and write up...good to hear u had a fun time with ur family,specially ur hubby..hihi..
    mutton dish looks ahhhhhhhh..awesome n tempting to make it right away......welcome back..missed u..how r kids...love to them

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  2. Hi Love, welcome back. I missed u sooo much..missed all your tempting food! I shall try mutton poriyal this weekend, looks easy and of course yummy!
    Btw, how's R&A?

    -Mommy Ash-Levin-

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  3. Welcome back dear...

    The mutton poriyal looks delicious.. Awesome clicks too..

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  4. Nice to see you back.Happy to know that you had a wonderful family time.

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  5. WB. Missied ur posts. Hope you all had a good time with your hubby. Lovely mutton fry.

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  6. hi babe...welcome back...missed ur decilious food...so now...i could see all the tasty n lovely food....good tat u enjoyed wit ur darling hubby....tcare n hv fun ya!

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  7. oh my! you have done it so perfectly. I am drooling here. The masala is so well coated and what a rich colour. Just love it. yumm.

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  8. Welcome back dear...
    The mutton poriyal looks delicious.. Awesome clicks too..

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  9. Hello Love,

    Welcome back, glad you had a great time...poriyal looks spicy and delicious, love the addition of lemon grass and galangal.....

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  10. friend, long neck waiting for your post, anyway, love to see your back to blogging. I have never cook a mutton dish, bookmark this recipe, will cook this soon. Have a nice day.

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  11. Hai Klang friend, nice to see you back. OMG, I never seen such a tempting, mouth watering mutton dish such as yours. You made me crave for mutton dish which I seldom take. Really happy to see you back. Which part of Klang do you stay. Wanted to take my client to the Thai restaurant near Jusco but they close early. Maybe next time. Take care.

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  12. hope u had a grt time with ur hus.. happy to see u aftr a long time.. the mutton poriyal looks so delicious very simple one too.

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  13. hi love..great 2 c u again..miss u n ur kids!dah lama x cubit2 pp ashika..harap semua sihat yea..
    btw...mutton tu mmg nampak sedap..kalo makan dengan beriani plus acar timun..perghhh..thanks 4 sharing da recipe

    *cubit2 pp ashika dulu..hehe

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  14. Welcome back ms love, so nice to c you, we all missed you a lot too...hope you had a great time with your loved ones...And the clicks are really lovely, nice recipe too so will try it out with chicken...

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  15. Welcome back dear, I hope you had a great time ^__^ Bye bye, see you soon

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  16. Welcome back. Lamb for me anytime...nice!

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  17. Welcome back dear... Good to hear that we had fantastic time with your hubby :-) Mutton looks delicious and wonderful clicks as well

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  18. Glad to see u back dear, happy to know that u had loads of fun with ur H...mutton poriyal makes me hungry, mouthwatering here ..

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  19. hi <3..long time no c!:D..missed your posts n nice to see you back in www kitchen :)

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  20. realy realy missed ur post and same as you dear......came back and be very active in bloggingg.....how r u dear....
    mutton is delisious....

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  21. Tempting mutton fry....lov the color

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  22. Hi Love. Welcome back. Wow, your mutton looks so delicious...! Nyum2

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  23. Im totally DROOLING over this one. SUPER!!!

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  24. helo sis! lamanya bercuti dari blogging..mentang2 hubby ada..hehe..

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  25. Sanyukta ~~> Hi ya, thanks alot for the warm welcome! Kids are very good, just missing my Hubby now...hehe :D

    Ash-Levin ~~> Hehe, missed U ladies too. Sure, lemme know how the mutton poriyal went! Don't forget to parcel some to me na! Both kids doing very fine here...:D

    Nitha ~~> Thanks for the welcome Nitha! :)

    Kiran ~~> Thanks ya Kiran! ;)

    CL ~~> Thanks for the welcome CL! ;)

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  26. Anits ~~> Babe uh? Enakku rombo vekka vekkama varuthu la! Hehehe...Thanks for the welcome ya! Yup, had great time with dear Hubby. ;)

    Suhaina ~~> Hehe, credits to my supervisor (my mum)..:D

    Divya ~~> Thanks ya Divya. ;)

    Treat ~~> Hi Kak, hehe actually I added the lemongrass n galangal. Thanks ya kak! :D

    Sonia ~~> Hi Klangite!!! Hehehe...long neck aledi ah? Aiseyman, sorry to kept U waiting! :D

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  27. love this curry wonderful post

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  28. Ms. Pushpa Soh ~~> Hi my Klang friend! Hru doing? Owh, thank U so much for ur lovely words ya, I'm blushing now! hehehe...
    I'm from Ambang Botanic ya...so close to that Thai restaurant. But, I don't really like the dishes there now...my first choice for Thai Food would always be Amarin Heavenly Thai at Midvalley Megamall. Have U tried there b4? Stay in touch. ;)

    Pranis ~~> Thanks ya Pranis :)

    Hasue ~~> Sueeeeee!!! Hru my friend!!! How's Lyana, dah lama tak cubit tau! hehe...no mention ya! :D

    Sushma ~~> Thank U for ur lovely comments dear Sush! ;)

    Federica ~~> Thanks ya Fed! :D

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  29. Pete ~~> Owh really...I love muttons too! ;)

    Deepa ~~> Thanks dear friend! :D

    Priya ~~> Thanks for the welcome Priya! :D

    Deliah ~~> www kitchen is open again kak! hehehe ;)

    Beena ~~> Thanks alot for the lovely welcome Beena! :D

    Vrinda ~~> Thanks ya Vrinda...;)

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  30. KakRoz ~~> Thanks for the welcome kak! Cubit Liana!!! :D

    S ~~> Thanks ya S :)

    Nadiah ~~> Mentang2 Hubby ada, love pun menghilang kan Nadiah! wakakaka! :D

    Angie ~~> Thanks ya Angie ;)

    knk ~~> Thanks ya Naveen. :)

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  31. I found your blog today! You have a fantastic blog. You have many delicious looking dishes. Will definitely try some of them. Your mutton poriyal looks really good. Your kids are adorable!

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  32. 10Q for your advice. Yes, I did try at AHT few years back. Our usual Sat outing will be either at 1U or MVMM but my two kids being 99.9% Chinese can't take spicy food. Lately we have been going to South Sea Chinese Rest in Kg. Baru Subang. Their SriLankan crabs is so delicious and their Lobster is so finger licking good. It's full house almost every day. Hv you been there. Keep us informed on all good food around town. Take care.

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  33. Kitchen Flavours ~~> Hi there, welcome to my space! Thanks for the lovely comments ya! :D

    Ms. Pushpa Soh ~~> Hi dear friend, sorry I just noticed ur msg. Owh really, AHT is always our best option for Thai food. We'd order a special dish which is not in their menu card. I forgot the name, but it's spicy chicken with long beans. I'm sure ur kids won't be able to take this. This dish was in their menu few years back, now no...but we still ask for it. Hahaha!

    Okey, I know where is Kg. Subang Baru but never tried the restaurant though. My hubby is a seafood lover, he'll surely explore this, thanks for the info. I'm becoming less addicted to seafood lately, esp prawn. Hehe.

    Have U tried Cheng Ho in Wangsa Maju? It's a Chinese Muslim restaurant owned by Amy Search. Food is good too.

    There are lots of kopitiams around the Botanic Capital, opposite Jusco. But the best I would suggest Station Kopitiam, Tesco. Hehehe :D

    Okey, keep me updated too!

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  34. Thanks. Hot tomyam soup case, I remember. Will try one day. I got my 1kg mutton, hope it comes out like yours.

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