Indian Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
Found a similar recipe online for a tomato based beef curry (no coconut milk). Trimmed it down to make it healthier and changed around the seasoning a bit since I have a hard time finding traditional products in Okinawa. Can substitute a lower sodium broth or use 2 cups of water and 2 boullion cubs. Can also substite ground ginger powder for the fresh (change the measurement though). Feel free to leave out the lentils too if you want to make it even lighter, or even increase the lentils and leave out the beef to make it a vegetarian friendly dish.Submitted by SUZYOKI
This is an old Mughalai Recipe which tastes really great.However a little modification was needed to reduce calories from Fats.
To make this easier to cook I've reduced the total Fat by 75%----if possible interested people could try reducing it further.Adjust the spiciness to suit personal tastes as this Curry looks great and tastes great with a rich red colour.
I used to love making this for Breakfast or Brunch on Sundays.These hollow Hamburger Rolls are perfect for stuffing.I dry the Bread Crumbs that result due to t6he hollowing process in the Oven so that there is no wastage.These can be used as Croutons in Soups and are far healthier than the fried ones.Submitted by KOMAL53
This a spicy Minced Meat dish cooked with new potatoes in a curry-----this can be eaten both with plain steamed Rice and Chappaties(Indian Bread).This time on my visit to the U.S.A. my daughter bought Kaiser Rolls---these taste a lot like Indian Bakery Paav(Bread).These Rolls are a favourite of my husband as these soak up the Curry and are great for mopping up your plate!!!Submitted by KOMAL53
This is one of my favourite Mughalai Dishes and cooked mostly in the holy month of Ramzan/Ramadan by my Muslim friends.During this month they fast from Sunrise to Sunset----and are forbidden to swallow even their own Saliva during the fasting period----but once the night falls,they celebrate with Prayers and sumptous Meals----sometimes till early Dawn!!!My very dear friend----late Zubeida Jacob was a very pious Soul---and a fantabulous Cook!!!This was one of the dishes she'd cook during that month---- it would cook slowly throughout the day----and by Dinnertime would be simmered to delicious perfection------I write the Recipe in your memory---Dear Aunty!!!Submitted by KOMAL53
Easy and nice dinnerSubmitted by STUB_78
Indian inspired chicken recipe.Submitted by ELNITAT