Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Beef curry thattukada style/Kerala beef curry fast food style




I can't say no to any Thattukada dishes!Whenever going to Kerala I used to disturb my hubby to get a parcel from there .(I know he loves that disturbance secretly).When I got this recipe from here I decided to try it.Believe me.it will tastes heavenly...yea just like thattukada curry!




                                      I served it with Boiled tapioca (kappa puzhujgiyathu) . It will go well with Puttu, Appam  rice,parotta and chapathi



Ingredients:

  • Beef : 1/2 kg
  • Onion sliced: 2 medium
  • Ginger chopped : 1 tspn
  • Green chilly : 2
  • Curry leaves :2 spring
  • Water : 1 cup
  • Salt
  • Coconut oil

To grind :

  • Ginger : 1" piece
  • Garlic :  10 cloves
  • Kashmiri chilly powder : 1 tblspn
  • Coriander powder : 1tblspn
  • Turmeric powder : 1/4 tspn
  • Fennel / perum jeerakam : 1/2 tspn
  • Cinnamon / patta : 1 stick
  • Clove / grampoo  : 2
  • Cardamom : 2
  • Star anise / thakkolam : 1
  • Whole black pepper : 1/2 tspn

Method:

  • Wash and cut beef in to small pieces.
  • Grind all the ingredients listed under "to grind"
  • Heat a pan / pressure cooker with oil.
  • Add sliced onion ginger green chillies and curry leaves and salt.
  • Saute it well till the onion become soft.
  • Now add ground masala to it and fry it well until the oil starts seperate
  • Add beef and 1 cups of water
  • Close the pan with its lid and cook it in medium flame until beef is done.
  • When the gravy reaches the right consisitency switch off the flame and serve it hot!


Sending this recipe to meat lovers month by recipespassion.blogspot.in and haffaskitchen.blogspot.in

19 comments:

  1. Looks super tempting.. Drooling here..

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  2. lovely recipe .. beautifully made curry.. dear you can link up your beef, mutton entries to my event Meat Lovers month . just announced it glad if you be a part of this :)

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  3. Gosh!! so tempting, that oozy spicy gravy. Can't say anything about beef, therefore, I have go for mutton or lamb.

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    1. thank you sure you can try with mutton

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  4. ente vayyil kappal odikaaam..yummmy!!

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  5. How great. This looks like an amazing meal.

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  6. Thanks dear for linking this beautiful beef curry to my place

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  7. Remmy; am not a good cook at all.but I tried ur beef and fish varieties and got goodcomments from my in laws for the first time after marriage.thank you so much.

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    1. Im really glad to know that all liked my recipes :)Hope you will try other recipes too

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  8. This is the best recipe that I have ever try so far, Love it! thank you very much for sharing with us :)

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