Beef Ularthiyathu - Spicy

Beef Ularthiyathu or roasted beef fry is a delicious mouth watering signature dish of the Christian community. Filled with nostalgic memories, Beef Ularthiyathu is a sure dish during festive occasions and gatherings. Each state in Kerala has its own variations in making Beef Ularthiyathu. Our grandparents used to slow cook beef via the traditional way in a clay pot over the old fashioned ‘Aduppu’ for over 2 hours. The clay pot, the smoke and the slow heat imparted, renders a unique taste and flavor to the Beef Ularthiyathu dish. Beef Ularthiyathu with Porotta is a widely popular Thattukada dish in Kerala. We have included a spicy Beef Ularthiyathu dish for quick reference. Beef pieces are cooked in a fried spicy masala and later roasted with coconut pieces and curry leaves. Our Beef Ularthiyathu recipe is well detailed in short simple sentences.

Beef Ularthiyathu - Spicy

Beef Ularthiyathu or roasted beef fry is a delicious mouth watering signature dish of the Christian community. Filled with nostalgic memories, Beef Ularthiyathu is a sure dish during festive occasions and gatherings. Each state in Kerala has its own variations in making Beef Ularthiyathu. Our grandparents used to slow cook beef via the traditional way in a clay pot over the old fashioned ‘Aduppu’ for over 2 hours. The clay pot, the smoke and the slow heat imparted, renders a unique taste and flavor to the Beef Ularthiyathu dish. Beef Ularthiyathu with Porotta is a widely popular Thattukada dish in Kerala. We have included a spicy Beef Ularthiyathu dish for quick reference. Beef pieces are cooked in a fried spicy masala and later roasted with coconut pieces and curry leaves. Our Beef Ularthiyathu recipe is well detailed in short simple sentences.

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Beef

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By Mia Varghese

Published On: 31 Mar 2011

Rating: 3
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Heat 2 tsp oil in kadai, add cumin seeds, onion, green chillies, ginger, garlic and curry leaves.

Step 2

Saute till the onion becomes brown in color.

Step 3

Add chilly powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, meat masala, garam masala and pinch of salt.

Step 4

Reduce the flame and fry the masala till it becomes dark brown in color and nice aroma comes.

Step 5

Remove from flame and allow it cool. than grind the mixture finely and keep this aside.

Step 6

Take a pressure pan, add 1 tbsp oil and fry the ground masala till it becomes dark color. At this stage add beef pieces and little salt and saute for 5 minutes.

Step 7

Add little water and cook it in pressure cooker.(Make it semi thick masala)

Step 8

Heat oil in another pan, add ginger, garlic, green chillies and onion. Fry for 3 minutes.

Step 9

Add the cooked beef masala and fry till the water evaporates.

Step 10

Add curry leaves, coconut pieces to it and make the masala dry. Now add little pepper and remove from flame.

Step 11

A very delicious beef ularthiyathu is ready. Serve hot with kerala rice.

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Joslin

I tried it, it came out so well!!! Yummy. My husband loved it too!!

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