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"Liver fry" or "Eeral Varuval" is very popular dish in South India. Liver is an excellent source of dietary iron and it’s healthy too. Especially the mutton liver is a very nutritional one. It is very good for breastfeeding mom which helps for lactation.

This is simple and easy to make and does not take too much cooking time. Here we are using freshly crushed pepper which gives this recipe extra taste and aroma. You can increase the level of pepper by which you can make it more spicy.

While cooking the liver is you need to be careful to not overcook, if you over cook the liver would become tough and rubbery.



COOKING TIME : 10 mins

TOTAL TIME : 20 mins


Liver - 150g

Small onion ( shallot ) - 1 cup

Dry red chilli - 4-5.

Curry leaves - 3 string

Pepper powder - 2 tsp

Turmeric powder -1/4 tsp

Salt - As per taste

Oil - 4-5 tbsp

Jeera - 3-4 tsp.


  1. Peel the skin of onions and roughly chop them.

  2. Liver should be gently washed to avoid washing out the nutrients as our elders used to say

  3. In a tawa add oil and heat it, nicely crush the jeera with your palm and add them.

  4. Add dry red chilli and curry leaves. Add the onions and saute till they become translucent.

  5. Finally, add the liver, tumeric powder and salt. Saute them well.

  6. In medium flame cook for 5 mins giving it a stir in between.

  7. Add the pepper powder give a toss, switch off the flame.

Serve hot with rice.


Ur ingredients.

In a tawa add oil, allow jeera to splutter, then add dry red chilli and curry leaves. Add the roughly chopped onions allow it to become translucent.

Add the liver give a toss, add turmeric powder and salt give it a toss. Saute them for 5 mins in medium flame. Finally add the pepper powder give a toss and off the stove.

Serve hot with rice.


  • Liver should be washed gently, or else the nutrients from it will go.

  • Chop the liver if it's big. As small piece will enhance the flavour.

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