Lamb gizzards are the main ingredient in the Mutton Boti Fry dish. It’s a popular dish made in the rural parts of which Telangana and Tamilnadu are notable. Often, people trying this dish for the first time feel amused when they know that Boti is made out of the intestinal part of a lamb. However, when it’s made carefully with correct ingredients, it’s all worth tasting and experiencing the punch of local flavours.
It takes around 1 hour to prepare this dish. Although it’s time-consuming, remember that a carefully cooked Mutton Bori fry is what makes it unique.
- 1/2 kg Goat Intestines
- Green Chillies
- Whole Garam Masala
- Garlic Cloves
- Turmeric Powder
- Coriander Seeds Powder
- Coconut Powder
- Cumin Seeds
- Curry Leaves
- Ginger Garlic Paste
- Coriander Leaves
- Chilli Powder
(Note: all the ingredients are added as per the requirements)
Step 1: The most crucial step in preparing the dish is thoroughly washing the Goat’s intestinal parts. If not washed perfectly, the dish spoils and radiates a foul smell. Therefore, it is important to clean every piece in hot or warm water three times and again in cold water. Take time cleaning the parts and make sure every piece is cleaned correctly.
Step 2: Boil the cleaned goat intentions in a pressure cooker for 3 -5 whistles. Don’t add the water to boil as water is already present in goat intestines.
Step 3: Besides Garam Masala, adding Boti Masala adds extra flavours to the dish. To prepare the masala, grind two medium-sized chopped onions, 1 tsp shah jeera, six cardamoms, a 2 tbsp -cumin powder, coriander seeds, coconut powder, six cloves, 7- garlic cloves, and two cinnamon sticks of small size. Next, grind into a paste by adding the required amount of water.
Step 4: Remove the boiled goat intestines from the cooker and keep them aside. Take a pan and heat it on medium flame.
Step 5: Once the pan gets heated, add oil(required quantity) and add 1 tsp cumin seeds, two chopped onions, four green chillies, and curry leaves. Mix well
Step 6: Once the onions turn brown, add ginger garlic paste, 1 tsp turmeric powder, and mix,x well. After 2 min, once the raw smell is gone, add in boiled Goat Intestines and cool for 5-10minutes.
Step 7: Add in chilli powder, garam masala (as required), salt ( as needed) and make both pastes into the pan and stir well. Now, put a lid and let it cook for ten more minutes on low flame.
Step 8: When then floats above, add courier leaves and cut the stove off. Let it rest for 3 minutes, and Mutton Boti fry is ready to serve for at least 4-5 people.