Lamb liver ,is considered be rich in iron and vitamin A and loads of  VitaminB

particularly Vitami B12. So,here’s a lovely recipe for  liver masala..To be served with any

type of rotis or flatbread. Rice like yellow rice ,pulao are a good combination to serve with

this masala

For the recipe.


500 gm liver

1 tblsp.curd

10-15 small red onions

3 tomatoes

few fennel leaves

few mint leaves

1/4 Coconut cut into small pieces

1/2 tsp.turmeric

1 drumstick cut  into 1″pieces

2 potatoes

1/4 cup vinegar

7-8 dry red chillies

2 tblsp.whole coriander

1 tblsp cummin seeds

1 tsp.peppercorns

2 inch piece cinammon

4-5 cloves

1 tsp.chilli powder

2 tsp.garam masala powder

2 green chillies cut

2 tsp fenugreek seeds

3-4 tblsp gingelly oil/coconut oil

1/2 onion vadam.(fried onion balls)or chopped onion

few curry leaves

salt to taste

1 tblsp.grated jaggery (this is added to neutralise the acidity in tomatoes)


Wash the liver well and soak in curd and 1/2 cup water,foe a few minutes.

Dry roast the bold listed and grind to a coarse powder.

Heat a tblsp. of oil and fry the small onions ,garlic,cut tomatoes , mint ,fennel leaves, and

coconut pieces with salt, till the onions are translucent and the tomatoes turn soft.

Grind this to a paste.

Drain out the curd water from the liver and wash again.Mix in the coarse ground powder

and turmeric and set aside.

Heat the rest of the oil ,add the onion vadam or cut  onions and fry for a minute.

Add the liver pieces and cook for 5 minutes.

Next add the onion tomato paste and the rest of the spices,and ingredients.

Add water to the required consistency.Cook till meat and potatoes are done.

Garnish with curry leaves.







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