Stir- Fried Mutton With Coloured Peppers

Stir- Fried Mutton With Colored Pepper
What's the point of having a vacation alone in Singapore without enjoying esp the huge range of food from all over the world in one stop!!! I really took this wonderful opportunity to enjoy myself. I meet up with my girlfriends ,hoping in the car to have lunch at our favorite restaurants and made a point to cook for each other as many of them are very good cooks too. Please get ready for the mouth-watering Mutton Stir- Fry with Colored Peppers that you have ever crossed ur lips-a creation by my friends and myself from my home-town . We happened to find very good colorful peppers in the supermarket one early morning and decide to prepare some thing with these for our lunch at home as we were too lazy and got kind of bored eating outside so we decide to combine all our cooking skills to prepare the following recipe which doesn't need much ingredients or time.

Serving Size:4

2 red peppers sliced
2 green peppers sliced
2 yellow peppers sliced
1tbsp peanut oil
1 cup thinly sliced mutton
1tbsp ginger garlic chillie paste
2 cloves garlic crushed
1 onion sliced
2 tomato quartered
salt to taste
2tbsp soy sauce
1tbsp chillie paste

Preparation Methods:
Wash the mutton well and marinate with the ginger garlic chillie paste and leave aside for 1 hour. then pressure cook for 2 whistles and keep aside.Add the peppers to a pan of salted boiling water and boil for 1 minute. Drain the peppers and rise under cold water. Heat up the wok-saute the garlic and onions followed by tomatoes. Then add the peppers and all the spice sauces. Finally add the mutton and allow the mutton to coat well in the sauce. Adjust the level of salt and transfer to serving platter .


Pari Vasisht said…
Seems u had a great time with friends, this recipe sounds interesting will surely veganise it.

Ushnish Ghosh said…
Dear BS
This is a very innovative recipe and I am going to try it soon. Thanks for sharing
Taste of Saras Kitchen said…
Thanks for the valuable comments Padhu and Ushnish:)