How to Make Mutton Olives? – Viji’s Food Recipes – International Meat Recipes


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Mutton Olives



Ingredients:

Force meat

Fresh breadcrumbs  – 20 gm

Butter or Margarine  – 10 gm

Grated lime rind  – a pinch

Parsley  – a little

Mixed herbs  – 1 pinch

Egg for binding or milk –  1/2

Milk  – 10 ml

Olives

Leg of mutton  – 455 gm

Fat  –  30 gm

Stock  –  590 ml

Pepper   – to taste

Salt – to taste

Refined flour  – 15 gm

Garnish

Small tomatoes  – 55 gm

Peas  – 30 gm

Turnips  – 15 gm

Beans  – 15 gm

Potatoes  – 15 gm

Carrots  – 15 gm

Method:

Prepare forcemeat by mixing all ingredients together.

Wash, wipe and cut meat into thin strips 7 to 10 cm( 3″ – 4″).

Spread stuffing on each roll and tie up with cotton thread so that they look “olives”.

Melt  fat. Fry olives and pour off surplus fat.

Add stock and seasoning and simmer till olives are tender. ( 2 hours).

Prepare vegetables. Halve tomatoes., shell peas, dice other vegetables. Boil peas and diced vegetables.

Add trimmings of vegetables in the stew.

Lift out the olives, remove thread and arrange on a hot dish.

Blend flour with water. Add to stew and cook for 5 minutes. Strain over the meat and garnish with prepared vegetables.

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2 Responses to How to Make Mutton Olives? – Viji’s Food Recipes – International Meat Recipes

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  2. Plastic Lids says:

    Thank you for sharing this post. Even the slightest modification to a recipe can produce a completely new meal. This really puts things in perspective. Good post.

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