Healthy Bhuni Kaleji Masala (Mutton Liver Masala) Recipe
Bhuni Kaleji Masala Recipe is a healthy and traditional nawabi cuisine from the old era. It can be ready in less than 30 minutes. Made with simple at home ingredients like onions, tomatoes, ginger garlic paste, red chili powder, coriander powder and edible oil like the Butterly Arabic Roast Chicken.
Bhuni Kaleji is a great choice for mutton lovers. Kids too love it very much. My 3 years old little princess eats this like an adult.
Health Benefits of Bhuni Mutton Kaleji
Mutton Kaleji is good from health perspective too. It consists of high amounts of vitamins including vitamin B12, proteins, folic acids etc. Good for overcoming low blood pressure, good for brain development, good for digestive system and much more.
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Remove the unwanted skin from it and wash the mutton liver thoroughly. Cut the mutton liver into small cubes of approximate 1-2 inches. Marinate it with ginger garlic paste and keep it aside until you prepare other things.
Take a big onion and a big tomato. Chop them finely. Heat a pan and add oil to it. When the oil is hot add the chopped onion to it and saute it. Add chopped tomato to the pan fry for 5 minutes.
Add red chili powder, coriander powder turmeric powder, and salt. Mix it well and cook until oil starts to float.
Add the marinated Mutton Kaleji and mix it well. Add 2 tablespoon of water to it. Mix it well and cook for another 10 minutes.
Be careful while cooking that it doesn’t overcook. This might harden the Mutton Liver and spoil your recipe. The nutrients might also burn away by overcooking the mutton liver.
Your Healthy Bhuni Kalegi Masala / Mutton Liver Masala is ready to serve. Garnish it with fresh coriander leaves and serve it with chapati or buns (pav). You can eat it raw if you like.
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