Thursday, November 6, 2008

Mutton Kheema

RM#2 Day 6
Mutton Kheema-250gms
Onions-2medium no.

Gingergarlic paste-1tsp


Chilli Pwd-1tsp

Coriander Pwd-1/4tsp

Turmeric a pinch

Coriander leaves few

Salt to taste


Roast and grind

Coriander seeds-1/2tsp
Poppy seeds/gasgasallu-1/2tsp


Cumin seeds-1/2tsp


Pepper corns-4no.


Note:Roast all the ingredients dry only(means without oil)

1.Clean and wash the kheema and keep aside.Kheema will be available in market otherwise bring boneless mutton and grind them in mixie into kheema.
2.Heat a pan with oil,add chopped onions and fry till they change colour.Then add gingergarlic paste and again fry till raw smell goes.

3.Then add chopped tomatos and cook till they become soft for 2mints.Add
kheema,Turmeric,salt,chilli and coriander pwd.stir them well till oil comes out.Then add 1/2 cup of water and cook for 5mints by closing it with a lid.
4.Once the kheema is cooked well,add the roasted and grounded pwd of spices and again fry for 2mints.

5.Finally add coriander leaves and serve the Mutton Kheema with rice/chapathi.

RM Runners:
1. DK 2.Siri3.Srivalli4.Ranji5.PJ6.Curry Leaf7.Medha8.Priya9.Bhawna10.Raaji11.Ruchii12.Anu13.Kamala14.Roopa15.Divya Kudua16.Rekha17.Divya M18.Lakshmi19.Raaga20.Lakshmi Venkatesh21.Sripriya22.Viji23.Kamalika


Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

Welcome to Recipe Marathon Pavani. Mutton Kheema looks nice.

Priya said...

Delicious Mutton kheema Pavani...prefect with chappathis...mouthwatering recipe dear..

Curry Leaf said...

ITs nice to run the recipe marathon with u.Cheers and all the best.

Medhaa said...

looks delicious.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Hi Pavani, I just love mutton kheema, Should make it for sure... Gotta get minced mutton and shall let you know how it turns out...

Sagari said...

keema looks delecious pavani

Srivalli said...

Looks great Pavani!..good running!

Cham said...

It should delicous with roti or rice :) I never add any ground masala very interesting ur recipe

Bhawana said...

cant say abt anything being a veggie. but it gives a tempting look the way it is presentaed.

Roopa said...

That looks awesome:) I had recently ate kheema made by a neighbour aunty and that was the first time I had mutton, now I dont mind having mutton kheema:)