Friday, March 03, 2006

Kheema with Gravy

Well the name should have been Gravy with Kheema as base.
Best had with Nan or Jeera rice. Or well, you can have it with Pao..

This is minched meat cooked in low heat for a lonnng time.

I could have just that with soup spoon, and I wouldn't complain..
I have alsways loves meaty gravy...

And when you over cook canned meat, you usually get a curry with all the meat minched.
Somehow I love it so..

So, I decided to cook this minch meat gravy which was extremely good.

300 gms of minch meat ( Mutton or Beef) is mixed with one large onion roughly chopped,
-half a TSP of turmeric and Chilli powder,
-half Tsp each of Meat masala, Jeera and dhania powder
-with one cup of water is presure cooked.

Cook for about 3-4 whistles and then turn off the fire let cool.

In a Pan or Kadhai, heat 2 TBS oil, and fry one large Onion Finely chopped.
Fry till golden brown, and add 1 TBS of ginger-garlic paste.
Saute for 2-3 minutes and add the contents of the cooker.

Now you may add, Green peas( Half a cup), two tomatoes chopped roughly,
and even potatoes cut in half.

Shimmer in low heat, and when the water dries, keep adding little water and shimmer.
After the poptatoes are, well, fork cooked, if I may use Indira's food jargon,

Add half tsp of pepper powder and half a tsp of Meat Masala.
Add salt to taste and cook for 10 more minutes.

Serve hot....

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Blogger Tina Jennifer D'Silva said...

That looks so delicious Anthony. We too make a gravy of mince. But as per the konkan cuisine, we use coconut for the gravy & that sounds like a long procedure for me though it tastes really good. Yours looks simple. Will give this a try.

3/03/2006 08:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Minch is always good eh!!
I would love to try that Ccoconutty version too..

3/03/2006 08:32:00 PM  
Blogger Ashwini said...

Mmmm I love kheema pao!

3/03/2006 10:15:00 PM  
Blogger silverine said...

I love kheema stuffed parathas :)

3/04/2006 12:30:00 AM  
Blogger Admin said...

@ Ashwini: This goes great with good pao.

@ Silverine: Well Thats something I will remember, when we meet sometime

3/04/2006 01:13:00 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

This looks super delicious.

May I ask ur permission to add u in my blog?

3/04/2006 08:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

with pleasure.. Pushpa

3/04/2006 08:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Anthony, keema looks delicious. May i ask what is the meat masala that you use in the dishes ? Keep up the good work. Take care, regards, shazia.

11/03/2006 02:43:00 PM  

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