Mutton Liver Stir fry - Quick & Easy | Goat Liver Stir fry | Metey Chorchori Recipe!

This Mutton Liver Stir-Fry is a piquant fry recipe that will stay in your heart forever! It's mighty in taste and full of zesty flavors - an indulgence that you will enjoy for the rest of your life.
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Honestly, guys, I can live off this mouth-watering delicious Mutton Liver stir-fry for the rest of my life! It's insanely delicious and pairs up extremely well with hot Chappatis, sourdough bread or any bread, or even with some green salad of your choice! If you are a mutton lover just like us you may not need anything else to relish this awesomeness. If you ask me I can devour a whole plate full of this amazing goat liver stir fry just as is!
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The way I described it above may seem far fetched but believe me dear readers it's not the case and to top the recipe with some more amazing zing I must admit that it's an insanely easy and quick recipe too! I know I know now that you will make this Goat liver Stir-fry and honestly I want you to make it too!  But just a word-of caution if you have not tried out this recipe yet you are surely missing out something so intense in your life. Here's covering all the "why's" you should try this "Metey Chorchori recipe" or Mutton liver stir-fry :

*Intensely delicious recipe!
*So so easy to make.
*A quick recipe.
*It's a starter cum Main course dish.
*Perfect party dish.
*Requires fewer ingredients.
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The mutton liver stir-fry is basically a very simple recipe that demands fewer common ingredients, but it's tricky. The secret to this recipe lies in the stir-frying process. The more you stir fry with a bit of patience on medium-high heat and continue to do so for a little longer the more taste you can generate from this particular recipe. This is the only thing you must keep in mind while attempting this "Metey Chorchori recipe". This particular stir-fry recipe is very promising, and every time you cook it the right way you will be more than pleased.

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If you want to cook it the right way and do not intend to spoil the authentic taste a bit then it will be cool not to boil the mutton liver before stir-frying to hasten the cooking process, of course, this will save you the time but your stir-fry won't be something to-die-for, it won't be heavenly in the terms of taste. Cooking the dish with boiled mutton liver won't lend the amount of deliciousness to this promising stir-fry recipe. So, just my 2 cents have some patience and keep on stir-frying even if the oil oozes out during the Process of frying. While frying if the liver sticks to the bottom of your pan just sprinkle some water and keep on frying, do not give up and do not stop until you get a rich dark color, a lovely aroma that's hard to beat. That's when you have to turn off the flame and garnish the mouth-watering Mutton liver stir-fry with some chopped coriander leaves + some slit green chilies! It's totally up to you how you want to enjoy it later :)

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Main Course, Non-Vegetarian, Appetizer, Entree.
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Mutton Liver Stir-Fry - Quick & Easy | Goat Liver Stir-fry Recipe | Metey Chorchori Recipe.

The Mutton Liver Stir-Fry or the Metey Chorchori is a mighty, piquant fry recipe that will stay in your heart forever! Though cooked with minimal spices it's zesty flavor is one of it's kind.
prep time: 10 minscook time: 35 minstotal time: 45 mins

ingredients


  • 500 gms Mutton Liver (1-inch pieces )
  • 1/3 cup mustard oil or any oil + 1 tablespoon mustard oil.
  • 1 medium onion finely sliced.
  • 2- 1/2medium onions or 1 - 1/2 large onions made into a paste.
  • 2 teaspoon ginger paste.
  • 1-1/2 tablespoons garlic paste.
  • 1 teaspoon coriander powder.
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin powder.
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder.
  • 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder (optional)
  • Salt according to taste.
  • 5 green chilies slit (optional).
  • 4 small tomatoes roughly chopped + 2 tomatoes for garnish.
  • Chopped coriander leaves for garnish.

instructions


  1. Wash the Mutton livers just once under running tap water. Drain the water smear some turmeric powder and salt and keep aside.
  2. Heat oil in your favorite skillet or Kadai. Went the oil is hot gently release the sliced onions and fry until the onions are golden brown. 
  3. When the onions are golden brown reduce the flame to low and add the onion paste. Slowly increase the heat and Stir-fry for 5 mins. Next, add the ginger & garlic paste fry for another 5 mins or until the raw smell of the ginger and garlic completely disappears. 
  4. Now add all the dry spices and fry for 2 more mins. Add the chopped tomatoes and the mutton liver pieces and keep on frying for at least 20 mins. If it sticks to the bottom of the pan just sprinkle some water and keep on frying until you get the rich dark color and a lovely aroma. Prick the livers to check if they are thoroughly cooked. 
  5. Finally add some sliced tomatoes, green chilies and give everything a good stir. Switch off the flame, drizzle 2 tablespoons mustard oil and sprinkle some chopped coriander leaves. 
  6. Enjoy!

NOTES:

*Meat is not supposed to be washed for a long time under running tap water. The oil washes off and the taste reduces. So, do wash the mutton livers but just once!
*Never release onion paste on high heat. It becomes bitter, it's better to lower the heat then release the onion paste and than increase the heat gradually.
*Stir- frying the mutton liver for a long time is the key to this delicious recipe. The taste factor depends on how long you fry the livers and how well you fry them. The trick is to add the mutton livers along with the chopped tomatoes in the kadai so that the livers get cooked in the tomato juices, they won't become stif and you will buy some time to fry them well.
*Even if they stick to the bottom of the pan,do not stop frying until you get that rich dark color and a lovely aroma. Sprinkle water and keep on frying. 
*Adding sliced tomatoes, green chilies and chopped coriander leaves are totally optional. I love to add them because I love the texture, the color that they impart to the stir-fry and the heat of the chilies are a must for my family. That's how we love to eat muttuon liver! You are most welcome to make adjustments because this recipe is customizable except that you fry your livers well without adding water at all or covering and cooking them. I bet the above mentioned process will severely alter the taste and the texture!
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29 comments

  1. I am not a meat eater dear, but the dish looks so delicious! Maybe I can try with chicken? Spice combinations look so delectable!! Fabulous share!!!

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    1. Thanks dear Vanitha! Yes sure you may try it out with chicken, it will taste awesome.

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  2. Slurp Slurp !!!
    If you give me this to relish , i can mop everything ;) . This plate full of the amazing goat liver stir fry are to die for dear ..........

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    1. Thank you for such lovely words :)

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  3. The dish looks super tempting Meghna ! With your detailed recipe and notes, you can't get wrong ..thanks for the share. Bookmarking it .

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    1. Thanks for such lovely words Poonam :) I am glad that you liked it!

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  4. Meghna, that color looks so deep and rich and I loved your detailed instructions and tips!

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    1. Thanks Sandhya , I am just so glad that you liked it :)

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  5. Mutton liver is something you love it or hate it....and I'm a lover :)..I'm truly drooling over the platter...Loving it to the core :)

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    1. Lol! I have never come across any non-vegetarian till date who hates mutton liver :) Thanks Padma, I am just so glad that you liked it.

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  6. Such a simple recipe yet so flavorful! It looks delicious :)

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    1. Thanks Freda for your lovely words :)

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  7. Love those recipes which demands less ingredients but gives tons of flavours! Beautiful picture and light :) Photography ka secret khol do ab :)

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    1. Thanks for such lovely, kind and inspiring words dear :) Mere secrets saare open secrets hai...Lol!

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  8. How delicious and irresistible this dish sounds,bursting with flavours. Fabulous clicks.

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    1. Thanks Geetha for such lovely words :)

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  9. Just. Now I finished my dinner, but after see this mutton liver fry I feeling hungry again.It looks so yum yum.

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    1. Lol! I am just so glad that you liked the food on the plate :)

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  10. cant relate the taste, but with picture it looks delicious. Making non veg food requirs a lot of preparation and skill. You seems to be a great cook for scuh recipes Meghna.

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    1. Thanks dear Bhawana your comment is just like fresh air, always refreshes my mind, thanks a lot :)

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  11. I love your capture dear and love the props here. Too good!!

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    1. Thanks Dhwani for such lovely words :)

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  12. This looks so delicious, ideal for the weekend menu. I would replace with tofu.

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    1. Thanks Jayashree for such lovely words! I am excited to know how will it pair up with tofu :)

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  13. Looks so rich and delicious!!Im loving it!!

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    1. Thanks Jolly for such lovely words :)

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  14. Looks like a great recipe. Will definitely share it with my non vegetarian friends.

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    1. Thanks Prannetha , please do share :)

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  15. The colour of this dish says it all. Looks simply delicious. Let me show this to my hubby, he will say do make it now...😁

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