Lamb stir fry/dry/semi dry recipes
This is a dry pan fry lamb (mutton) chops, which you can enjoy as a starter or as a side dish with your meal. The lamb chops are marinated twice to give much flavour and taste. These lamb chops have a tangy and sour taste apart from other freshly roasted ingredients. There are front chops and back chops. You can use either of these, I have used back chops. In restaurants, lamb chops have become very popular and they serve it as a starter. You can even make it at home and enjoy.
Lamb tikka is a very popular starter in Indian restaurants. It is cooked in a traditional tandoor, which can be found in almost Indian restaurants anywhere in the world. It is prepared with boneless lamb pieces, marinated in yoghurt and spices and herbs based mixture and cooked in tandoor. Normally, we do not have a tandoor at home, but we can get that restaurant style red and charred colour on the lamb tikka by just cooking in the oven as per my instructions in this recipe.
Tandoori lamb chops is a very popular starter, which we find in most of the Indian restaurants and takeaways. It is not only popular in India, but almost everywhere in UK, USA and other countries. To cook tandoori lamb chops, you need a traditional tandoor, which can be found in almost all Indian restaurants. Normally, we will not have tandoor at home, but we can get that restaurant style (red and charred colour) on lamb chops by just cooking in the oven, following the instructions in this recipe.
Mutton fry is a very popular and loved dish in all non-vegetarian homes. We call it gosht fry (mutton fry) in my home and we love to have it with plain rice and rasam. There are a few varieties of mutton fry like pepper mutton fry, capsicum mutton fry, dry mutton fry, etc. This mutton fry is very simple and can easily be prepared. It has no gravy and is dry. I have taken mutton with bones. If possible, ask your butcher to give some chops and delicate chewable bones. These when fried and eaten will be juicy and can be chewed easily. I always enjoy this mutton fry with plain rice along with a squeeze of lemon juice and some sliced onions.
Shami kebab is made with chana dal and mutton/lamb mince. It is a combination of dal (lentil) and meat. It is very popular in India and Pakistan. Shami kebab can be made with subtle variations like stuffed shami kebab or slight changes in spices. You can add spices according to your taste.
Shami kebab is made with chana dal and mutton/lamb mince. It is a combination of dal and meat. It is very popular in India and Pakistan. Shami kebab can be made in variations like stuffed shami kebab or slight changes in spices also. You can add spices according to your taste.