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4 Nov 2007

Chilly Beef / Mutton



Kerala Style Chilly Beef / Mutton

Beef ½ kg
Onion 2
Ginger 1 ½ inch piece chopped
Garlic 7 cloves
Green chilly 4 chopped
Pepper powder 2 tsp
Turmeric powder 1 tsp
Curry leaves few
Soya sauce 2 table spoons
Chilly sauce 2 tsps
Tomato sauce 1 table spoon
Corn flour 1 table spoon
Oil 2 table spoons
Garam masala 1 tea spoon
Coriander powder 2 tsps
Chilli powder 1 tsp
Salt

Grind garlic. Cook beef with garlic paste, turmeric powder,chilii powder, coriander powder, garam masala and salt. Open lid and reduce water by cooking on a low flame. Heat oil, sauté chopped onions. Then fry ginger, green chillies and chopped curry leaves. Stir till aroma spreads out. Add beef with pepper powder and sauces. If needed add salt.

To make a thick chilly beef curry, take half cup of water remained after cooking beef. Mix with corn flour, add to the dish. Heat, when begins to boil, remove from fire, garnish with coriander leaves.

48 comments:

  1. Seena you have another fantastic recipe, it looks delicious. It is great how simple you write your recipes and make them sound so easy to cook. I love this Kerala beef recipe I can just imagine how it tastes yum! :)

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  2. I need to stop visit blogs for today until I cook :) This curry has been drooling. :)

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  3. that looks so good, I feel like making some now. I definately will be trying this. Thanks for sharing

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  4. Seeing the dish missing home.
    It lookes super delicious.
    Can i cook the beef in the pressure cooker.

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  5. Ummmm!! mouth watering cool chilly beef, thx for the recipe.

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  6. I have to head straight for your blog whenever I need non-veg recipes Seena!
    Chilly Mutton looks mouthwatering. My stomach is growling right now!:))

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  7. Seena...Liked the new look of ur blog :-)
    I cannot comment in this section dear...am not into beef/non-veg :-))
    But will pass this recipe to my friends as it looks good :-)

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  8. Mouthwatering! oru kappal odikkan vellam undu ketto :)

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  9. Thanks friends,

    Happy, you can cook beef in the pressure cooker..but you check after two whistles..if not done, cook again..This is Indian, so can't tell the exact cooking time for the meat you get there..

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  10. Thankx seena for the info. I will try the recipie and let you know how it was.

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  11. seena, chilli beef looks soo inviting! this is one of my favorites... can't wait to have it:D

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  12. Chilli beef and porattas>great combination...the recipe looks very appealing

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  13. Seenkuttiye, Enthundu vishesham? Chilli Mutton looks yum yum..yummo. I have to make it for dinner tonight. Kothi sahikaan pattnilya.

    BTW do you have a recipe for Appam here? One from scratch and also which really makes good frills:)

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  14. Reense, evideyaayirunnuuu..?

    When you make chilly mutton/beef add more pepper or green chillies if you like more spiciness.

    Appam recipe is here. Check the drop down menu on left sidebar, in the break fast section. Or check labels for kerala breakfast dishes..
    thanks, and glad to see you back..

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  15. hi seena..humm , i was just gonna tag u for a me me and saw ur very humble post on urselves...the curry luks real yumm, okie...and the gg paste, me too have it always in stock in my freezer, a great time saver..

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  16. pl clear some doubts regarding kurukku kalan
    tairu cherttu tilappichal pirinju pokille
    etra neram ithu tilappikanam
    i tried dis several times but ended in great failure

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  17. Priya,

    തൈരു ചേര്‍ത്തു ആദ്യം പച്ചക്കറി വറ്റിയ്ക്കണം.പിന്നെ തേങ്ങയും തൈരും അരച്ചതു ചേര്‍ത്താല്‍ ഒന്നു ചൂടാക്കിയാല്‍ മതി. തിളയ്ക്കുന്നതിനു മുന്‍പെ സ്റ്റവില്‍ നിന്നു എടുക്കണം. തിളപ്പിച്ചാല്‍ പിരിഞ്ഞു പോകും.

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  18. Priya,
    I have edited the kurukku kaalan recipe, please check it too..
    if u couldn't read the malayalam in the previous comment, pls click view in your browser, click encoding and change it to unicode (UTF8)

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  19. Nice new look to your blog,Seena.I have to try this recipe..looks so good and yummy.

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  20. yummmmmmmmmmmmm looks delecious

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  21. Chilli Beef looks really good!!Ahaaaaa Malayalam payatti thudangi alle??Aduthu thanne kavithakalum kada kallum prediskikkam alle??

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  22. This looks so good. I wish I was living with you sampling all these good food. My household memebers seldom get good food.

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  23. Hi Seena I have tagged you on my blog again. Hope you don't mind :D Thanks Jeena :)

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  24. Looks immensely delicious Seena! Am sure gonna try it out..

    www.monaafzal.wordpress.com

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  25. Looks delicious. I printed this on out for later.

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  26. Korchu inikum tarruo?? Love this dish.

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  27. Hi Seena,

    We r tring your Mutton Chilly tonight..hope it works out...anyways thanks for the recipe.. regards, Jerry.

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  28. Thanks Jerry,
    Hope you will like it..

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  29. Hey Seena,

    It was really nice...tnx for the kalakan recipe....

    Rgds Jerry.

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  30. Thanks Jerry, Your feed backs are valuable..Enjoy cooking..!! :)

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  31. Hi Seena I m trying out ur beef recipe with chicken a wild try..hope it turns out fine....

    Regds Jerry

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  32. Hi Jerry, pls let me know after you tried out, so me too can give a try..I usually follow the other chilli chicken recipe..

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  33. Dear Seena,
    It was quite ok but din't get the mix correct like last time i guess if you try it wud be much much better....Jerry.

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  34. Dear Jerry,
    Chicken doesn't need much masalas like we use for mutton / beef. I will try later insha Allah. I have some other chicken recipes in mind to try out. So will post them first, ok?..:)
    Hope to see you here..

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  35. Sure Seena, Will be waiting for that btw r u in Kerala or living abroad...pinne ee adipoli cooking engane padichu??

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  36. Jerry, am in Dubai.pinne about cooking, only one word, "daivanugraham", haven't learned anything specially..

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  37. Oh in Dubai I was thr for almost three in half yrs just came to U.K two months back.....enthaylum u r lucky tht u can cook like this sherikum daivanugraham anu....take care...rgds Jerry.

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  38. by tomato suace do u mean tomato ketchup?btw ur recipes r too gd seena

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  39. Thanks, Use tomato sauce.. :)

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  40. can u tell me an alternative for tomato sauce..maybe fresh tomato?

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  41. You can use a paste of fresh tomatoes, but it can't provide the real flavour you get while using sauce.. Try home made tomato paste.. :)

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  42. hi seena
    i regularly visit ur site for receipes // i tried the chilly beef receipe // it was a little sweet // why is it so // because of the onions or the tomato sauce // can u pls clarify on this

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  43. Thanks Meena for visiting here.. :)
    There are not much onions to make this sweet, I think tomato sauce did it.. Did you use ketchup or sauce? Do add little pepper and lemon juice - little to change the sweet taste.. ;)

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  44. wowww...luks so yummyyyy,,am acidentally get in to ur blogg,and its very nice,am frm kottayam,kerala,now in Sharja with my husbanddd,,,lovd ur recipie,"ll try disss

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  45. Hi Seena, I got into your blogg when I surfed for chilly Beef. It is very simple and very tasty too. I already made two times one with gravy and one without gravy. It was yummy. I too tried some of your other recipes. Thanks a lot for the recipes
    Cynthia

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  46. How can Kerala style beef chilly have tomato sauce and chilly sauce???

    this cant be an authentic recipe!!

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  47. Bekxy Kuriakose,
    Internet is a wide place to search for authentic recipes.Pls do search..
    I have so many readers who love my recipes here.. :)

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