This is a very popular snack made in most of the Sindhi homes. You may also use chicken mince if you prefer that. It is very easy to prepare and since it is a baked snack it is preferred over the other fried ones. Vegetarian version can be made but eggs are must in this as they help in binding.
Mutton mince ........ 500 gms.
Eggs .................... 6-7
Macaroni ............. 1 cup (boiled)
Onions .................. 3-4 (sliced)
Ginger paste ........ 1 tsp.
Garlic paste ......... 1 tbsp.
Green chillies ....... 2-3 (chopped)
Tomato puree ...... 2 tbsp.
Turmeric powder .... 1/4 tsp.
Coriander powder .. 1 & 1/2 tbsp.
Cumin powder ... 1 & 1/2 tbsp.
Garam masala .... 2 tbsp.
Red chilli powder ... 1tsp.
Salt ............ to taste
1. Heat oil in a pan and fry the onions till golden brown.
2. Add the ginger garlic paste and green chillies. Saute and add the mince.
3. Add the masalas, tomato puree and salt.(Save little masala powders to sprinkle on top)
4. Saute the keema adding a little water and simmer it to cook until done. It has to be dry. Let it cool.
5. Meanwhile boil the macaronis with a little salt, drain and set aside.
6. Beat all the eggs in a bowl with a little salt.
7. In a big bowl mix the keema, macaroni and beaten egg mixture (Save a little to pour on top)
8. Mix the remaining portion of the dry masalas and check the salt.
9. Grease a baking tray and pour the mix into it. Spread the remaining egg on it and sprinkle a little garam masala and red chilli powder.
Garnish with coriander leaves.
10. Bake in a pre-heated oven for 18-20 minutes until done.(The baking time varies according to the type and size of the oven)
11. Let it cool and cut into pieces.
Serve with mint chutney and sauce.
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Wow very unique recipe dear,Yummy bake...ReplyDelete
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looks delicious thanks for the recipeReplyDelete
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Very unique recipe and iinovative too. Love it.ReplyDelete
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looks awesome another idea for hubby lunchReplyDelete
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Shobha tis is absolutely tempting...ReplyDelete
liked ur idea of mince n macaroni...too good.
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We Sindhis use macaroni in lot of dishes..even make a curry.
delicious healthy snacks innovativeReplyDelete
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hi shobha, this looks like a great way to prepare macaroni- with mutton and a spicy touch.ReplyDelete
we dont have spicy varieties sold here. have a nice day, how was your brazil trip.
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Delicious Keema Macaroni Bake,looks so inviting.ReplyDelete
hi shobha.. simply delicious especially when eaten hot..ReplyDelete
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great mouth watering recipe.ReplyDelete
luv the mince and macaroni..sounds too delicious..ReplyDelete
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Kheema macaroni looks good.. You always come up with innovative recipes.. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
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Interesting idea Shobha didi. Keema with macaroni and that also baked! Lipsmacking good.ReplyDelete
Glad you liked it SanoliDelete
Is it possible to to use minced chicken instead of mutton
Yes, you can use chicken mince or beef mince tooDelete
Thank you ShabbuReplyDelete