Mutton Liver With Beaten Rice


Hello and welcome dear friends to my cozy cooking corner again. Today I’m sharing a very creative and unique recipe of beaten rice mixed with a spiced up mutton liver. It is tasty and is a real treat to your senses. It can also be called a Mutton Poha Pulao and is the fun dish on the block.


  1. Mutton Liver-250 gms
  2. Beaten Rice -200 gms
  3. Onion-2(big)
  4. Green Peas- 100 gms
  5. Ginger-Garlic Paste-1 tsp
  6. Salt-According to taste
  7. Turmeric Powder-1 tsp
  8. Red Chilly Powder-1/2 tsp
  9. Coriander-Cumin Powder-1/2 tsp each
  10. Mutton Masala-1 tsp
  11. Dry Mango Powder or Amchoor Powder-1 tsp
  12. Garam Masala-1 tsp
  13. Green Cardamom-1
  14. Cashews and Raisins-For garnish


Step 1

IMG-5317.JPGWash and cut the mutton liver into medium-sized pieces. Marinate it with salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder and ginger-garlic paste.

Step 2

Take a pan and add vegetable oil to it. Now add the chopped onions and half -fry it. Next, add the ginger-garlic paste and fry again for a minute. Now add in salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, cumin powder, mutton masala and dry mango powder and fry it for three minutes. Add in the marinated liver and cook on low flame for three minutes.

Step 3

IMG-5318Take another pan and add again some oil into it. Now add chopped remaining onions and half-fry them and then add some green peas. Fry it again and add salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, coriander powder,garam masala and fry the masala a bit. Wash the poha in water and drain it out. Add the poha in the masalas and fry it up again.

Step 4

Finally, add the spiced mutton liver to the beaten rice and give everything a good mix and garnish with toasted cashews and raisins.

Our Mutton Liver With Beaten Rice is done. Serve it in breakfast or brunch menu.

Friends do try the recipe at home. Share your comments and feedback. Have a great weekend everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!!!


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Hi! I am Abha Jha and I welcome you all heartily to my blog. Cooking has been my passion for the better part of my life. I was brought up knowing the traditional Indian style of cooking from my ancestral home. I wish to pass on this treasure trove of delightful, easy and yummy recipes to foodies and budding chefs alike. I also love experimenting with food and discovering world cuisine. I wish to keep discovering amazing new recipe's and showcasing them with the world.

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