Easy and Simple Mutton Boti Fry Recipe

Mutton Offal meals are simple yet delicious. Here we share a Mutton Boti Fry recipe that you can try at home. Organ meat or offal is high in nutrients such as proteins, vitamins and minerals. Mutton Boti Fry is made by using Mutton gizzards and intestines. They are cleaned, boiled and then fried in a variety of spices.  Check out the recipe below. 

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Easy and Simple Mutton Boti Fry Recipe
  1. Thoroughly clean the Boti in hot water. Change the water at least twice. Then wash the Boti under cold running water. Now take a pressure cooker and add the Boti to it. Cook it for 2-3 whistles.
  2. Take a grinder and add all the masala ingredients to it. Grind them into a smooth paste.
  3. Take a pan and heat 2 tablespoon oil in it. Add the cumin seeds and once they splutter, add the chopped onion. Fry the onion until it is translucent. Then add the green chillies and ginger-garlic paste and curry leaves. Fry for 2 minutes. Then add turmeric powder and boiled Boti. Cover with the lid and cook for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Add the Boti masala, red chilli powder and salt. Give it a mix. Cover the lid and cook for 8-9 minutes. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve the Mutton Boti Fry hot.
Recipe Notes

Recipe Tip

The intestines have a unique smell that may feel unpleasant. Hence, it is important to clean them in hot and cold water multiple times before cooking. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I add onions and wash the Boti to remove its strong smell?

Yes. Once you have boiled the Boti, you can slice a small onion and mix it thoroughly with the intestines. Then you can rinse the mixture under cold water. 

Can I pressure cook the Boti in turmeric and salt?

Yes. You can add ½ tsp of turmeric, salt and a bit of water when you pressure-cook the Boti. 

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