When it comes to snacking, Indians love their snacks and we have a wide assortment of recipes created by different cultures in the country. One such recipe for snacking is Vadai which is popular in Southern India. You can find a plethora of Vadai recipes in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian versions. They are religiously enjoyed with a hot beverage or just a spicy chutney in the evenings.
A mutton Vadai recipe is prepared using minced mutton (keema). The meat is mixed with a wide variety of spices that are found in almost every household. While modern tastebuds demand a variety of cooking methods such as shallow frying and baking, the traditional way of making a vadai is deep frying the spiced meatballs until they are perfectly golden in colour.
At Licious, we make cooking your favourite recipes super fun and convenient. Licious goat mince/keema is finely ground goat meat that is tender and full of flavour. The goat meat is sourced directly from government-approved partners that are then cut and cleaned by experts. They are passed through 150+ quality checks to assure safety and quality and are temperature-controlled at 0-4 degree Celsius. Order your hygienically packed and vacuum-sealed Licious Goat Mince/Keema and have it delivered to your doorstep.
Minced Mutton Vada Recipe – What do you know about this dish?
Mutton vadai has long been a part of many South Indian households and it serves as an important recipe to be enjoyed on regular days as also on special occasions.
- This homestyle meat vadai is a popular dish in the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu.
- Mutton vadai is also relished with a south Indian meal, wherein the recipe acts as a side dish to complement the main dishes like rice, chutney, and sambhar.
- Vadai can be prepared in a variety of versions – vegetarian, meat as well as seafood.
- There are several names that the vadai is popularly known by. For instance, it is known as vada in Hindi, vade in Karnataka, gateaux pimente in Mauritius and wadi in Sri Lanka.
Mutton Keema Vada recipe – How to make a Mutton Vadai Recipe?
While the ingredients required may be numerous, they are available in the kitchen. And as for the minced meat, it will be delivered to your doorstep by Licious!
|Prep Time||30 minutes|
|Cook Time||60 minutes|
- 250 grams of Licious Goat Mince/Keema
- 3 cloves garlic crushed
- inch ½ginger crushed
- 1 big onion finely chopped
- 2 green chillies chopped
- tsp ¼turmeric powder
- tsp ½red chilli powder
- 1 tsp coriander powder
- 1 gram cup roasted besan
- 10-12 Curry leaves
- oil of choice
- 1 tsp Corn flour
- Salt as per taste
- 2 tsp Coriander leaves chopped
- Mutton Vadai Recipe - Here’s a step-by-step guide to making at home
- Boil a cup of water and add the minced meat with turmeric powder and salt. Allow boiling for about 10 minutes or till the meat becomes tender. Set aside to cool.
- Once the meat has cooled down, add it to a grinder and grind it to a fine texture.
- Take a pan and heat 2 tbsp oil. Add onions, ginger, garlic, and green chillies. Saute until tender and set aside to cool completely.
- Take a huge bowl and add the cooked meat along with onion mixture, red chilli and coriander powders, roasted gram powder, curry leaves, salt, and coriander leaves.
- Mix the ingredients properly to make a soft dough. Do not add any water until necessary to make the texture.
- Take a portion as desired and roll to form a round but pressed patty. Continue with the rest of the mixture.
- Heat oil in a deep pan.
- Coat the patties in corn flour and add them to the oil to deep fry on medium flame. Do not overcrowd with too many patties.
- Drain the excess oil on a tissue.
- Serve hot with mint chutney or your favourite sauce.
Mutton Vadai is tasty and easy to make at home. It doesn’t demand many ingredients and makes for the perfect dish to serve guests as well. To make this recipe, order your Goat Mince/Keema from Licious and get them delivered.