Trying my hand at Indian fare… smells wonderful. Easy to make, not a fix and walk away dish but well worth the effort. Not sure why my camera got a mind of it’s own and took all my images in black and white. Will update again once we make this awesome dish again.
2 lbs Beef – cut into bite size pieces)
2 Tablespoons Olive, Grape or Vegetable Oil
1 Medium Onion – finely chopped
1 Garlic glove – crushed
1 Tablespoon Ginger
1 Teaspoon Cumin powder
1.5 Teaspoons Coriander powder
1 Tablespoon Turmeric powder
1 Teaspoon Mustard
1 Tablespoon Chili powder
1 Teaspoon Black pepper
4 Tablespoons White vinegar
1 Teaspoon Salt
1.5 Cups Water
Heat the oil in a large skillet and cook onions until tender
Add garlic, continue stirring for another couple of minutes (stir to keep garlic from burning)
Add remaining ingredients except for beef and cook for 4 minutes
Add beef and water – stir well to combine
Cover pan and cook on medium heat for about 45 minutes to an hour (until beef is tender)
Serving with yellow and white rice…. Prepare 2 cups of rice as you would normally. Once cooked, separate into 2 containers. Stir in 1 Tablespoon of Turmeric powder in one of the containers of rice. Continue to add a little Turmeric at a time until the rice is the desired color you want. Just before serving combine the two rice containers for a super cool looking dish to serve your beef over.
*** I did leave out the 4-6 chilies that were called for!….. Didn’t know until after I made it that it is known as the hottest curry around!!! LOL Glad I left out the chilies… I did use 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
Lynne B says
I love Indian food! Thanks for the recipe.
Trish F says
This dish sounds like it is chock full of healthy spices. I’ve always wanted to try my hand at Indian dishes. Thanks for the inspiration and recipe.
This looks very flavorful and tasty. It would be good to eat on a cold night such as this.
Deborah D says
This sounds so good! These are all ingredients that I can find at my local country supermarket!
I’ve never heard of this. It does sound good. I like to try new recipes.
Cynthia C says
I would like to experiment with Indian food. This might be a good place to start because it looks pretty straightforward and the ingredients are things that are easily found.
Linda Manns says
This looks so good. Love all the spices. Thank you for sharing
Sarah Matos says
I have yet to try Indian food but have heard it is delicious.
Rita Spratlen says
I have not ever made Indian food but it sounds good. I will have to try making something like this for sure. Thanks for the great idea too!!
Linda Manns says
I have never heard of this before but it sure sounds good. I have never eaten any Indian food. Thank you for sharing
Debbie Welchert says
I’ve never had Indian food before and this recipe sounds pretty good and not too hard to make. I’ll have to give it a try.
Tamra Phelps says
I’ve never had Indian food! This looks great, though. I need to pin this!
Great recipe…thanks for posting it! My husband’s not into “spicy”, so no peppers needed here =) Just a touch of pepper flakes will be perfect!
Teresa Richards says
Sounds good. I think I would omit most of the peppers also. Around here, the guys don’t like a lot of heat in their food. I usually have to cool it down a bit. Thanks for the cool recipe.
That sounds really good! Will have to try! Thank you for the awesome recipe!
Kathleen Quinlan says
It sounds Delicious!!!!! I can tell it will have some ZING to it!!! You could even use the beef in Taco’s and Burrito’s….