INGREDIENTSServes 1 to 2 people as sides
Total Preparation Time - 5 minutes
- Goat Brain - 1
- Chopped onion - 1 spoon (shallots or big onions; I used big onions)
- Chopped tomato - 1 spoon
- Pepper powder - 1/4 spoon
- Red chilli powder - 1/4 spoon
- Cumin powder - 1/4 spoon
- Turmeric powder - 1/4 spoon
- Fennel seeds / Sombu - 1/4 spoon
- Curry leaves - Few
- Salt - As per taste
- Oil - 2 spoons
- Wash brain well in water. Handle it very gently and use it on the day of purchase itself. Chop with a sharp knife gently into 8 small cubes and set aside. (Do not leave aside for long)
- Crush fennel seeds using a mixer grinder or a stone pestle and mortar and set aside.
- Now place a pan on flame and pour 2 spoons of oil into it.
- Now saute the crushed fennel seeds on low flame. Do not burn it.
- Then add the curry leaves and saute for a few seconds.
- Add chopped onions, tomato and saute.
- Add turmeric powder and salt and saute until the onions turn translucent an tomatoes seem soft.
- Now add pepper powder, cumin powder and red chilli powder and saute for a minute.
- Add a a few spoons of water and stir the masala well. Check for salt and add if needed.
- Now gently place the mutton brain pieces one by one and toss gently, so that it gets adhered to the masala. Do not stir too much, it may break the brain pieces.
- Gently turn the brain pieces using a flat spoon and cook for 3 minutes on low flame or until the red strand on the brain disappear and the color of brain turns from pale pink to white.
- Toss gently (or use a flat spoon and gently flip sides) until all the masala gets adhered well, then remove from flame.
Been ages i had this brain fry, makes me drool..Am missing this goat brain here.ReplyDelete
oooh...my sis will die for this dish...nicely done dear and the clicks are amazingReplyDelete
Wonderful preparation Divy dear. Mouthwatering......ReplyDelete
Am not a big lover of this dish but ur clicks are tempting me badly !ReplyDelete
Divya, love goat brains. I am hungry now.ReplyDelete
Absolute fav of mine Divya, I don't get brain,liver or anything like this here..Truly gorgeous n finger licking fryReplyDelete
Have tasted only in hotels... Love to try but not sure where I could get the brain...ReplyDelete
Looks so yumm Divya...ReplyDelete
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i am ready to dig,lip smacking.ReplyDelete
Wow! Have tried liver, but will try with brains soon! Looks super-yummy! :)ReplyDelete
Been ages i tasted this brain,liver n head..those r my fav one,looks very tempting..ReplyDelete
one of my favourites....yummyReplyDelete
Wow!! I have never tasted this..but you are tempting me Dear!!ReplyDelete
I never ate brain fry but looks really yummy!ReplyDelete
I never ate brain either....but the final product looks fantastic!ReplyDelete
Never ate brain... but ur clicks r making me tempting...Lovely.ReplyDelete
Like priya said , It has been ages that i have had it . I dont cook brains , but used to love my moms brain recipe when I was a kid .ReplyDelete
Never heard this before!! Looks yum though!! Cannot get the raw brain ka pic outta my mind :-)ReplyDelete
Love the right mix of spices around the meat! Looks yum.
Especially the last photo with white rice, leaves and brain fry, oh my my very delicious looking one.
Lovely goat brain fry Divya.ReplyDelete
Even in my family cooks this brain, but in a very different way, we add dill leafs too, that will give you very unique taste.. Yummy..ReplyDelete
Looks wonderful, brings back lot of memories. We parboil the brain whole and then cut and fry in masala. it can also be made into omelettes with eggs.ReplyDelete
I have never tried this dish before....looks so yummyReplyDelete
oh..no u remembered me my home...D only dish vch i know perfectly in d college days..never shares dis vth any one in d home n always amma luks at me vth red eyes....haha..LOve d cliks n thanx 4 d post....No words to say more..dis tatses super spicy n awesum..I know..ReplyDelete
this used to be my favorite dish, missing this after become vegetarian. yummyReplyDelete