Beef Curry

Beef curry on a cool autumnal afternoon. A spicy something to enjoy while you watch the colorful leaves find its way to your porch.

It is a special day for me and I am in a cheerful way. Glad for the little things in life which brings happiness. Another anniversary is here and birthdays and anniversaries make me feel very good and I am sure you feel the same. It's an occasion to cook specials, do spring clean ups, pretty up the place with flowers and bust out the prettiest sheets to spread. I even gave my little champ here a bear hug and big smoochie. He is behaving quite well you know. Letting me sit here and chat with you while he plays with his toy 'Thomas.'

You have a wonderful time until we come back with another recipe for you.

Beef Curry


Beef- 2 lbs
Turmeric powder- 1 tsp
salt- to taste
Oil- 2 Tbsp
Onion chopped- 1 cup
Ginger paste- 1 Tbsp
Garlic paste- 1 1/2 Tbsp
Meat Masala (store bought)- 1 Tbsp
Garam Masala- 1/2 tsp
Red Chilli powder- 1 tsp
Kashmiri chilli powder- 1 tsp
Coriander Powder - 1 tspn
Pepper Powder- 1 tsp
Coconut pieces/thengakkothu- 1/4 cup
Curry leaves- 2 Sprigs
Tomato- 1

Beef Curry


1.Clean the beef and cut into one inch cubes.
2.Marinate with salt and turmeric and keep aside.
3.Pour the oil into the pressure cooker and saute the onions till they turn translucent.
4.Saute the ginger and garlic till the raw smell is gone.
5.Throw in all the spice powders and saute for a couple of minutes.
6.Now add the tomato slices and saute for a couple of minutes.
7.Add the marinated beef and coconut slices into this and mix everything well.Throw in the curry leaves and add about 3/4 cup of water and cook upto 3 whistles.
8.Open when the pressure is completely released and adjust the consistency by adding more water and boiling or keeping on the fire to reduce the water according to your preference.

Beef Curry


1.This is an easy method,if you want to have a look at the authentic recipe, see the beef roast/fry recipe and follow the steps till you cook in the pressure cooker.
2.You could go easy on chilli powder and pepper powder if you want it mild.
3.If you don't eat beef, try this with lamb or mutton.

Contributor: Namitha

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