Keema,

Mutton Keema Masala

July 24, 2013 Motions and Emotions 7 Comments

Mutton is the preferred meat to the non veg lovers but it is considered as red meat. As we all know, frequent consumption of red meat may increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases, various types of cancers, uric acid, arthritis, diabetes, autoimmune diseases and many more diseases. Now the question comes "Should we stop eating mutton??"

And the answer is "No, not at all". Eating red meat once in a while in a limited quantity is acceptable. :). You will say "mutton in limited quantity, how is that possible??"

Possible dear! You can make lovely dishes with minced mutton. You can buy minced mutton from market or buy bone less mutton pieces and mince it @ home using the mincing blade of your food processor. Mutton Keema Masala is a special dish for Iftar.

Mutton Keema Masala

Ingredients

Mutton Keema / Mutton mince - 250 gm
Onion - 11/2 cup, sliced
Capsicum - 1 cup, sliced
Potato - 1 medium size, cut into cubes
Ginger paste - 3 teaspoon
Garlic paste - 2 teaspoon
Tomato - 2/3 cup, chopped
Green chilli - 4-5
Garam Masala Whole - Cinnamon stick 1/2 inch, Cardamom 2, Clove 2
Bay leaf - 2
Dry red chilli - 2
Lime juice - 2 teaspoon
Turmeric powder
Coriander powder -2 teaspoon
Cumin powder -1/2 teaspoon
Red chilli powder
Sugar - 1/2 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Mustard oil

Procedure (How to make Mutton Keema Masala)

Wash the mutton mince and take it in a bowl. Marinate with 1 teaspoon ginger & garlic paste, lime juice, salt and mustard oil (2 teaspoon) for half an hour to one hour. Heat oil in a pan and fry capsicum and potato with salt and turmeric powder. Keep them aside. Now add bay leaf, dry red chilli and garam masala whole for seasoning. Next add garlic paste and followed by sliced onions. Add a pinch of sugar it will caramalize the onion and give them a nice color & texture too. Once the onion turns golden brown add ginger paste & green chilli and stir for some more time. It's time to add all the dry spices and mix them well. Here goes our marinated minced meat and cover the pan with a lid. Cook it on slow flame for some time. Open the lid in between and stir it. When the mutton mince is half cooked, add fried potato and capsicum along with the chopped tomatoes. Cover and cook for another 10-15 minutes. When oil starts coming out, switch off the gas and serve hot with naan, roti or paratha.







7 comments:

  1. Everything is about moderation and I just let go with kheema when I feel like. Its one of my fav but like said, once a while treat.

    Great ingredients, though a bit different than how I make, its still very inviting.

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  2. Looks very delicious keema curry, one of my fav dishes. Perfect and tempting.

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  3. I like the funky name of ur blog :)the dish looks yum huh!

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  4. That's a yummilicious recipe.. Mutton Keema is tempting me soo much !

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  5. such a comforting home style dish, love it with hot phulkas and onion laccha :-)

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