Here is the recipe of Mumbai style Keema Pav. The scrumptious mutton mince is served with soft pillowy pav that is lightly toasted with butter. Top it with tangy onion slices and enjoy the delectable preparation.
Pav breads --- as needed
Some butter for pav bread
Keema / mutton mince -- 500 gms
Onions --- 3-4 (about 2 cups sliced)
Green peas ---- handful
Tomato Puree -- 1 tbsp
Tomatoes ----- 2
Oil ----------- 1/4 cup
Green chillies --- 2-3
Ginger ------------ 1 tbsp (grated or crushed)
Garlic ------------- 1 tbsp (minced or crushed)
Salt ---------------- to taste
Turmeric powder ----- 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder --- 1 tsp
Coriander powder -- 1 tsp
Red chilli powder ---- 1/2 tsp
Kasoori methi ---- 1 tbsp
Garam masala powder----- 1 tsp
1. Heat oil in a pan. Add the sliced onions.
2. Saute them until golden brown.
3. Add the green chillies, ginger, garlic and tomatoes.
4. Add 1 cup water and cook until the onions and tomatoes are soft..
5. Now add the mutton mince and saute.
6. Continue stirring and cooking until the colour turns brown. While sauteeing add water little by little whenever required.
7. Add the salt, green peas, kasoori methi and spice powders.
8. Simmer to cook until done. Adjust the consistency as you like and add water accordingly.
9. Heat the pav breads with butter. Serve with the cooked qeema.
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This recipe is for A-Z challenge - Season 2
Season 1 - We have completed the first season making the recipes alphabetically with ingredients with English names. ( eg. A - Apple, Artichoke, Asparagus ..)
Season 2 - We decided to make the recipes alphabetically with Hindi names. ( A - Anar, Adrak Aloo ... )
This month the Alphabet is Q
Recipe List of A-Z Challenge (Season 2)
A - Adraki Aloo (Baby Potatoes with ginger and spice powders)
B - Begun Bhaja ( Bengali style fried Brinjals)
C - Chukandar Ke Parathe (Stuffed Beetroot Parathas)
D - Farali Dahi Chawal ( Barnyard Millet Curd Rice / Samak ke Dahi Chawal )
E - Elaichi Cup Cakes ( Cardamom flavoured cup cakes )
F - False ke Biscuits ( Lemon Currant Cookies )
G - Gud Wale Pohe (Sweet Flattened Rice Flakes with jaggery)
H - Hare Dhaniye ki Sabzi ( Fresh Coriander stir fry )
I - Imli Gosht ( Hyderabadi style tangy Mutton Curry)
J - Jowar ke Phulke (Sorghum Flour Flatbreads)
K - Karele ki Bhurji ( Diced Bitter Gourd Stir fry)
L - Lehsun Ka Achar ( Garlic Pickle)
M - Moong Dal with Sarson ka Saag ( Moong dal with Mustard Greens)
N - Neembu Gud ki Shikanji (Indian summer drink with herbs and spices)
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that looks like a filling breakfast for the weekend - delicious and scrumptious too! - KalyaniReplyDelete
I love the variety of Indian street food. It is like no other. Cannot wait to try this new one also!ReplyDelete
Thanks Mireille. I am sure you will love it.Delete