The deep-fried, non-vegetarian recipe makes for a perfect snacks recipe at a party at your house or for a rainy or a cold winter evening. Here’s how you go about making mutton kola urudai in an easy way, and yet a tasty recipe.
Firstly, the minced mutton needs to be washed and the water content needs to be squeezed out. Next, the pepper powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder and red chilli powder needs to be diluted in about 2 tbsp of water and kept aside. Next, take heated oil in a pan and add khus khus, fennel, finely-chopped onions, ginger garlic paste, curry leaves, and chopped green chillies, and fry them.
Next, add the diluted spice mix and stir well for until the mixture thickens, before adding salt and the minced mutton.
After cooking for 10 minutes and cooling it, add 2 tsp beaten egg, chana dal powder and cashew nut powder, and blend the mixture. Divide the mixture into 10 round balls and deep fry them in a Kadhai. Drain out the extra oil and add deep fried curry leaves before serving it with lemon wedges and fresh salad!