Beef 1 kg(cut into small pieces)
Onion 4(thinly sliced)
Tomato 2 (chopped)
Cinnamon a small piece
Garlic (finely chopped) 1 tbsp
Ginger ( '' '' ) 11/2 tbsp
Chilli powder 1 tbsp
Coriander powder 21/2tbsp
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves a few
Salt as required
Coconut Oil 11/2 tbsp
Further Ingredients needed
Fennel seeds 1/2 tsp
Garlic cloves 4 to 5 slit half lengthwise
Pepper corns 1 tsp
Curry leaves 2 sprigs
Onion/Shallots 1/4 cup finely sliced
Coconut oil 3tbsp
First cook the beef with the 1st set of ingredients.
-Heat a pressure cooker,add oil then add Cinnamon,Cloves and Cardamom.
-Now add the onions and saute till translucent.Add the chopped ginger and garlic.Add tomatoes and cook till soft.
-Add all three powders,salt and curry leaves.Add in the Beef and cook till done.
Now the rest of the cooking(roasting) is done in a thick bottom vessel(Uruli)
-Heat a thick bottomed cookware/Uruli and add oil.Add the fennel seeds,peppercorns,garlic cloves,curry leaves and the onions or shallots.Saute till the the onions turn golden brown.Now dump in the whole beef curry from the cooker and keep stirring till the water in the gravy dries up completely.Ready to serve.
*You can add a little Garam masala powder(1/2 tsp)while roasting.
Sending this to Cutchi Kitchen's Giveaway
Weekend Gala Dinner Extravaganza..
Linking this to Meat Lovers Month event at Recipes Passion and Haffa Bexi's Kitchen
Thank you Razina :)Delete
So many and so intense in taste. Well, beef is a taboo for us but I sure am loving the outcome.ReplyDelete
Thank you :)Delete
I don't eat beef, but looks gorgeous may be I can incorporate the same with chicken....ReplyDelete
Yes dear,though I have not done..I think the same will work with chicken also and there wont be any need of pressure cooking..Delete
This is 2 good...paranja pole nalla divasangalellam kazhinju... 4 us also ven coming back frm home, beef is really important, but fried... ur umma's version looks yumm...ReplyDelete
Thanks dear..and for those'nalla divasangal',hope the output of those days stays with us always..aameen :)Delete
Looks yummy . Nice presantationReplyDelete
Thanks Beena :)Delete
nompu kazhinj ellam ozhivakki irikkuva..kothippichallo......ReplyDelete
hehe...thanks for visiting...Delete
Uhfff looks so tempting,Ruxana!ReplyDelete
Thanks Meena :)Delete
Splendid!!! I don't cook much beef, but I do think I can try this with chicken or mutton. The spices....totally O la la!! Please bring it to my linky party: http://www.thelady8home.com/2013/08/16/weekend-gala-dinner-extravaganza-is-back-link-up/ReplyDelete
very very tempting dear !! liked ur fb page now as "The Pick'y Bank:...hope u like mine too :)ReplyDelete
Very yummy and spicy...ReplyDelete
Such a tempting dish.. will try it out.ReplyDelete
Looks very tempting !ReplyDelete
That looks flavoursome and yum...ReplyDelete
Sounds delicious.. Im loving it Ruxana.. Beautiful clicks too dear :-)ReplyDelete
Wow!! Thanks so much for bringing this to my party :)ReplyDelete
WOW! A perfect recipe for meat lovers, looks mouthwateringly delicious!ReplyDelete
Asalaam Aalaikkum Ruxana,ReplyDelete
I am a big fan of beef varattiyathu,though it's not something made at my home.However,I am blessed with awesome Muslim neighbours back in my home town in Kerala and whenever it's Eid they would surely give us so many different Eid specials and one among them is this Beef varattiyathu and pathiri ,parotta and I and my brother just love them...:D ...and your beef looks so yummy !!..my mouth is literally watering...parcel me next time ;)...
BTW,Happy Belated Eid wishes 2 u and your family !:)
v dont eat beef..but dish luks very hpt n spciy...ReplyDelete
mouthwatering meal :)ReplyDelete