Mutton Liver Fry
Mutton Liver Fry is a very tasty non-vegetarian dish beholding nostalgic memories and is widely known as a comfort food. Liver, one of the best portions of the lamb, is coated in a mixture of spices mainly pepper and marinated. Mutton Liver Fry is a popular street food and makes a great side dish that sets your mouth watering. Cooking mutton liver is bit tricky. Care should be taken not to overcook and liver turns out to be a rubber like texture. Mutton liver should be soft and juicy. Mutton liver is very tasty and nutritious too. Rich in Vitamin A, mutton liver is good for growing young children and lactating mothers.
Servings Prep Time
3people 30minutes
Servings Prep Time
3people 30minutes
  • Liver(cut into small pieces) – 500gm
  • Turmeric 1small
  • Dry chillies(Kollamulaku) – 10nos
  • Coriander – 2 1/2tbsp
  • Pepper – 1tsp
  • Cumin seeds(Jeerakam) – 1pinch
  • Red onions(sliced, Kunjulli) – 1/2cup
  • garlic(sliced) – 3/4tsp
  • Ginger(sliced) – 1tsp
  • Cinnamom(Karugapatta) – 2sticks
  • Cloves(Grambu) – 8nos
  • Curry leaf – 1stem
  • Vinegar(As reqd) –
  • Salt(As reqd) –
  • Coconut oil 3tbsp
  • Ghee 1tbsp
  1. Powder turmeric and then crush all the ingredients except garlic and mix with liver.
  2. Add required water, garlic and curry leaves.
  3. Add vinegar and salt and cook till dry.
  4. Heat coconut oil and ghee and fry the small onions.
  5. Add the cooked liver and fry till dry.
  6. Crushed pepper can be added to Kerala Mutton Livery Fry while tempering.
  7. Enjoy the Kerala Mutton Liver Fry with porotta or rice.