Anumita, our Managing Editor, shares the recipe of keema alu mutter, a sumptuous and protein-rich main dish, in the weekly column. A Different Truths exclusive.
Our Friday evening meal is often something we all look up to. It is the day to unwind and relax. I love a glass of wine and a movie on Netflix after dinner. My family loves goat meat (mutton). I usually cook goat meat in a pan and it takes more than 3 hours. Keeping my family’s choice in mind, decided to cook minced meat or Keema.
The usual keema is cooked with mutter or peas, I added cubed potatoes to add variety. Keema is both enjoyable with rice, roti or paratha.
Hope you all enjoy the Keema Alu Mutter recipe I am sharing with you today.
Keema Alu Mutter
Prep time: 15 mins Cooking time: 35 mins
Food: Indian For: Main Dish
Minced goat meat 3lbs
Potatoes 2 small(peeled and cubed)
Peas 1cup (shelled or frozen)
Tomatoes 2 (chopped)
Onion 2 (ground)
Garlic 6 cloves (ground)
Ginger 2 inch (ground)
Cilantro ½ bunch (chopped)
Garam masala 2 tbsp
Coriander powder 1tbsp
Mustard Seeds 1tsp
Red chili powder 2tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for cooking
Splutter mustard in the oil and add the ground onion, garlic, ginger paste.
Once the paste changes color, add the chopped tomatoes.
Sprinkle garam masala, coriander and red chili powder.
Add the ground meat and cook till the meat is cooked.
Add cubed potatoes.
Add peas (shelled or frozen), couple of minutes before the completion of the cooking.
Sprinkle chopped cilantro just before turning off the fire.
Enjoy ever spoonful with rice, roti, naan or paratha.
©Anumita Chatterjee Roy
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Anumita Chatterjee Roy is an artist at heart. She has an eye for the unusual. Her naturescapes make her the quintessential Romantic. She paints, is passionate about photography, creates word images in her verses and loves to write. She cooks delicacies and is a foodie. Born in India, she was brought up in several countries. These strengthened the global citizen in her. She now lives in the Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and two sons.