Mutton Sukka, Sukka Fry Recipe, How to make mutton sukka

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Recipe for mutton sukka, Tamilnadu style Mutton sukka Fry masala recipe. Easy pressure cooker method. With step by step pictures and video.

Mutton Sukka, Rasam and Saadham (White Rice) on a Sunday afternoon. Its the most comforting meal and so easy to put together. This is an extremely simple recipe and can be put together in no time. Its usually preferable to use mutton pieces with bone for this recipe. The flavor from the bone enhances the taste of the dish and also keeps the meat juicy. Clean the mutton well and try to get rid of the fat if any. These days, the butcher removes most of the fat unlike yesteryear’s. Keep the pieces in the mutton sukks bite size. There is no oil added for this recipe. The fat from the mutton would suffice.

Here is the video of how to do Mutton Sukka.
Note: The video recipe uses 2x the quantity of the recipe given below at the bottom of the page.

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Three Liter Stainless Steel Cooker
Non Stick Pan with Lid
Bosch Mixie
Cleaver for cutting Mutton
Paring Knife
Cutting / Chopping Board

We have used a 3 liter pressure cooker for today’s recipe. Take the pressure cooker and add in all the ingredients listed for making mutton sukka. Pressure cook for 15-20 minutes on medium flame. I got 20 whistles. Remove from heat and wait for the pressure to release naturally. Make sure that the meat is cooked. Just press a piece of meat and it should fall of the bone easily. There would be a little gravy left in the pan.

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Now its time for roasting the mutton sukka. Preferably use a non stick pan as its easy. You can use a stainless steel pan or a cast iron pan to roast but you have to add little oil from time to time to avoid the meat from getting stuck to the pan.

Take a pan and add in the mutton mixture along with the gravy to the pan. Keep sauteing till the mutton is dry on medium heat. It will take about 7-8 minutes.

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Once the mutton is dry, add in the chopped curry leaves and fry till the mutton is nicely roasted and brown. It will take about a couple of minutes on medium flame for the sukka to go dry.

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Serve with rice and rasam. It also goes perfectly well with coconut milk rice.

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Mutton Sukka, Sukka Fry Recipe

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Recipe for mutton sukka, Tamilnadu style Mutton sukka Fry masala recipe. Easy pressure cooker method.

  • Total Time: 45 mins
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x

Ingredients

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Main Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup water
  • 250 grams mutton with bone
  • 10 shallots (small onions), chopped
  • 2 sprigs curry leaves
  • 2 tablespoonΒ  ginger garlic paste (6 cloves garlic and 3/4 inch piece ginger ground with few tablespoon of water)
  • 2 green chillies, chopped
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon red chilli powder
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 teaspoon coriander powder

For Final Roasting

  • 2 sprigs curry leaves

Instructions

  1. Take the pressure cooker and add in all the ingredients. Pressure cook for 15 minutes on medium flame. I got 20 whistles. Remove from heat and wait for the pressure to release naturally.
  2. Take a pan and add in the mutton mixture along with the gravy to the pan. Keep sauteing till the mutton is dry on medium heat. It will take about 7-8 minutes.
  3. Once the mutton is dry, add in the chopped curry leaves and fry till the mutton is nicely roasted and brown. It will take about a couple of minutes on medium flame.
  4. Remove from heat and serve.
  • Author: Kannamma - Suguna Vinodh
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 40 mins
  • Category: Side Dish
  • Cuisine: Tamilnadu

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39 thoughts on “Mutton Sukka, Sukka Fry Recipe, How to make mutton sukka”

  1. Hi, very easy and tasty recipe. As the shallot or certain size varies from country to country, request you to suggest the size in grams eg: shallots 250gms for X amount of Meat.






  2. What an easy recipe! What a taste!! Thank you so much for this quick recipe! I barely remember standing near the stove. 😁






  3. Hi Kannamma, doesn’t this recipe need some oil? Right in the beginning when sauteing the mixture before adding water?

  4. Loved this recipe ! I don’t eat mutton but my husband is a huge mutton lover and he is from coimbatore. i Made this recipe once and he loved it. Now almost all Sundays I am making this dish ! Thanks a lot Suguna !! πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

  5. was great. Tasting the mutton was better than the sauce. My mom did the same thing – but ulta. fries first with all the ingredients and finally pressure cooks it.






  6. Anna nagar Vimalam mess Facebook page is using your Mutton chukka recipe in their sponsored page

  7. Preethi Kanya

    Awesome recipe!! I loved this way of cooking with less oil!! Thank you so much ❀️






  8. hi suguna!!! I tried this recipe today and it came out really well. Thank you very much!!






  9. Hi sis I made this recipe second time in my family every one loved it and I got appreciate bcoz of you thank you sis😊. Sis will you share mutton eral recipe please. Your dishes are awesome.

  10. Sundhamonisha

    Your recepies r awesome and unique.. The way your narration about recepies r great .. Am veggie my husband loves mutton.. First time in life I Tried cooking mutton sukka by following your recepie .. It turns great .. My husband loves it !! Kuddos to you πŸ™‚ ..

  11. Hi kannamma… Can we double.the recipe in d pressure cooker method.. tried halving it n it came out really well.. can’t believe it’s a complete no oil recipe !

  12. I tried this recipe today and loved it. The best part was the time it took… Which is hardly any time.. Yummy






  13. Hi Suguna,
    Tried this receipe yesterday and it came out very well πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ I have also tried your fish fry receipe and everybody in my family loves it. Thank u so much and Happy Pongal πŸ™‚






  14. Jay Prabhakar

    Dear Kannamma… I think I’m in LOVE!
    Your recipes are simple and simply delicious!
    I am new to cooking and am going to try ALL your recipes over time.
    Thanks!






  15. HI Suguna,
    Thanks for sharing simple and tasty recipe.
    Could you please help with the numbers?
    qty of garlic cloves and ginger used to get 2 tablespoon of ginger garlic paste






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