Some Beef

Different version of Beef Olathiyathu

Some Beef

Different version of Beef Olathiyathu

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Beef

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By Beef Man

Published On: 26 Feb 2009

Rating: 4
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Heat oil in a pan and add ginger garlic paste to it.

Step 2

After you get that pleasant smell of sauteed ginger-garlic, add onions and saute again on high flame. Stir continuously.

Step 3

Add tomatoes and green chillies [optional] after the onions start to turn light brown and add some salt to the mixture.

Step 4

Put the flame to medium and add Meat masala and Red Chilly powder.

Step 5

After mixing the masalas evenly, add potatoes, beef cubes and cocunut flakes to the mixture and stir well.

Step 6

Put the flame to high and stir well for 5 minutes.

Step 7

Then lower the flame and close the pan and leave the beef to cook for 15-20 minutes.
:- Be sure it doesn`t burn while you leave it there, so check in once everywhile and stir it.

Step 8

Put the entire mixture into a pressure cooker, pour 1-1.5 small cups of water into it and steam it. It takes lesser steam as the beef is already a bit cooked.

Step 9

After the beef is cooked, the water should have almost dried up.

Step 10

:- Serve hot with porotta/ chappathi/ rice.

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Jiji Verghese

Very good recipe, the best beef ulathiyathu recipe.

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Sheela

Adipoli recipe! My husband and kids just love it. The slit green chillis really give the beef a flaming hot taste.

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Kumaran

Great recipe, really tasty.

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