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Keema in Peshwari style

I am always fascinated by Dhaba food.And very often I get the chance on my Road-trips.The way they make mutton-keema is stupendous.

 

After trying it many times ,finally i ended making keema in peshawari style. Peshawari cuisine where spices and flavors are used in a controlled way is famous for its rustic style.Most of Punjabi dishes are influenced by this method.May it Dal-makhani which is cooked at slow flame overnight or famous seekh-kebab. Usually these are slow cooked resulting a robust mixture of spices and flavors in your taste bud.Extremely succulent !!

 

 

Cooking is an art, but all art requires knowing something about the techniques and materials” ~ Nathan Myhrvold ~

Peshawari keema , a scrumptious dish is a perfect blend of flavors. Try this and you never gonna disappoint your loved one.

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Keema in Peshwari style
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  1. Dry roast coriander seeds & cumin seed.Add ginger,garlic,fried onion ,dried chilis, anaar-dana and grind to coarse paste.Mix this paste,salt and curd to minced mutton .Leave it for minimum 30 minute (or 2 hour max).
  2. After a good marination,mix chopped tomato to it.Leave it aside for 15-30 min only.
  3. Heat oil in a heavy bottom pan at medium heat.Add slowly marinated mutton to it.Now stir it contentiously for 2-3 min.Keep in mind that to cook perfect keema you need to maintain a medium temperature(170 F).Slow cooking of your mince makes it perfect , if you make your temperature high enough than it will be chewy and loose its moisture.
  4. Cook the keema uncovered for about 8-10 min till it almost done.Now break an egg in a bowl and mix well with a spoon.Add cornflour to it and mix.Add this mixture to keema stirring it slowly with your spatula.Mix well and let it cook for another 5 min.Adjust salt.
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  1. mrkk08 says

    ← Keema in Peshwari style

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