Beef 1 kg
Green chillies 6-10
Red Chillies 4-5
Red Chilli powder - 1 1/2 spoon
Coriander powder - 3 spoons
Pepper - 2 small spoons
Ginger, Garlic paste.
Oil - 4-6 spoons
Turmeric pwd 1 level tspn
Salt to taste For Garnish
Onions - 4 large ones
Wash the meat nicely and drain it. Take 1 cup of water in a pressure cooker. Place the meat into the cooker and add 2 table
spoons of Turmeric powder and little bit of salt. Adding of Turmeric powder makes the meat to be cooked easily. (Its a small
tip). Ok now place the stopper and leave to cook until 1 or 2 whistles in medium flame. After that cook again in low flame.
Since beef is hard meat it need much more time to get cooked rather than others. So this process continues upto 40-45
Off the cooker and allow to cool down. At this time take a frying pan add some oil, put some mustards, some curry leaves and
some red chillies and stirr it. Now add the chopped onions along with the chopped green chillies. This must be done in medium
flame. When the onions turns into brownish colour add the meat slowly. Make sure that not to pour the water in the initial
stage. You can use the water that was used to make the beef to cook. Now add the above mentioned ingredients like Pepper,
Ginger garlic paste, coriander powder,red chilli powder and little bit of salt. Stirr it gently since all the ingrideints
must reach all the parts of the meat. Make sure that all this process must be done in a low flame. Add all the water to the
beef roast and stirr gently. This will take almost another 45 minutes. Don't fry it too much then it will become hard. Now if
you want you can some more curry leaves to spice it up. Now its ready to serve. If served hot it will be really spicy. Go
have it. Cheerzz!!!!
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