Aakakarakai - Mutton Kheema Hot Rolls

Teasel gourd kheema rolls

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Aakakarakai - Mutton Kheema Hot Rolls

Teasel gourd kheema rolls

By Dr M.P.R. Radhakrish..

Published On: 20 Mar 2011

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30 Minutes
Served : 3
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Step 1

Cut the teasel gourds into fine pieces. Also fine chop the coriander leaves.

Step 2

Add butter to all purpose flour (maida) and prepare a thick dough adding slight water if required.

Step 3

Add 200ml of oil to a frying pan and heat. Saute the onion pieces until brown. Add the onion paste, turmeric powder, ginger-garlic paste and fry. Add tomato pieces and simmer in medium flame till tomato pieces become tender.

Step 4

Finely chop the green chillies and add to the above. Add the teasel gourd pieces also and fry till oil shows up.

Step 5

Now add the mutton kheema, red chilly powder, chopped coriander leaves and salt. Mix well and fry until oil shows up.

Step 6

Add some water and cook till the kheema is cooked well. Remove the preparation into a plate and allow to cool.

Step 7

Prepare medium sized poories with the all purpose flour dough, spread the kheema preparation on each poori and roll. Close the rolls on all sides.

Step 8

Add the remaining refined oil to a deep bottomed pan and heat. Transfer the rolls one after another into the boiling oil and deep fry till they turn into golden brown in color.

Step 9

Serve hot with hot and sweet sauce.


A perfect and healthy dish when hungry. I tried this recipe today... It came out very well...

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