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Liver -- 250
Sambar /Pearl onions -- 2 cups finely chopped
Tomato -- 2 chopped
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
Curry leaves
Salt to taste
Chilli powder -- 1 tsp
Turmeric powder -- 1 tsp
Garam masala -- 1/2 tsp
Bay leaves -- 2
Mutton masala -- 1 tsp


1) Heat oil in a kadai . Add chopped onion and bay leaves . Saute till tender .
2) Then add chopped tomato and ginger-garlic paste . Wait till it mixes well with onion .
3) Then add cleaned , washed and chopped liver . Stir it well with the mixture .
4) Slower to sim . Cover with a lid , liver will release some water and it will be cooked in itself.
5) Then add all the powders and little water sufficent for the gravy . Cook till the oil separates . Add salt before serving .

Serve hot with rice/idli .


Gita Jaishankar said…
Such a delicious gravy mom makes a similar dish like this..a dry curry...I have to try out yours soon :)
Saritha said…
Yummy curry,it's been long i didnt eat it
Trupti said…
mutton curry looks delicious

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I don't like liver.But my sister will enjoy this recipe for sure.
Anonymous said…
Shama,this is for the first time that i see a curry with liver ..we usually prepare drys..Looks delicious and rich..I would like to try this.Thanks for the variey.
Doloncookbook said…
So lovely & tempting recipe dear ... My mom used to make this curry ... Your recipe looks yummy ....
Mangala Bhat said…
Nice recipe ..Looking yummy!
Looks awesome. Lovely liver curry.
Ages since I have eaten this... I used to get it for lunch most days... Brings me yum memories...
Yours looks delightful...
Varsha Vipins said…
authentic yummy gravy missing this since long..:)
Priya Suresh said…
Feel like having few spoons from the curry!looks delicious!
Poornima Nair said…
One of my aunts prepares this and I love it. Urs sounds like a great recipe, ought to give it a try soon.
Priyameena said…
I love favorite...but its very hard to find good mutton liver over here...Gravy looks very rich..
Sanghi said…
Mm eeral kuzhmabu.. super!! oorla saaptadhu.. remembering my grandma dear! Thanks..!
Vikis Kitchen said…
Eeral kulambu parkave romba azhaga irukku. I used to make a dry curry only. Nice recipe da.
Sanghi said…
I saw some brinjal curries in your archive dear.. Do link back to the event and mail me with a picture and dedication dear!!!:)
lubnakarim06 said…
Oh wow....looks yum....
Anonymous said…
Never made curry wth liver...Looks so delicious...
Suma Rajesh said…
hey shama..h r u dear?..i dont eat mutton but ur curry looks delicious...
ST said…
Curry looks gr8...
gtyuk said…
Yiral kari looks absolutely mouth watering;this recipe sounds new compared to what I do; will try your version next time.
Preety said…
sabzi looks so yummy..

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