Kerala Beef fry or Beef Ularthiyathu is cooked in Nadan style is a unique delicious signature dish of the Christian community in general. You can usually spot the dry beef fry dish during Kerala festive gatherings and occasions. Street vendors in Kerala sell Parotta with Beef Fry which is a hot Thattukada dish both among young as well as old alike. Kerala Beef Fry can be served with both dosa and appams too. We have included a spicy Kerala Beef Fry dish for quick reference. Beef pieces are pressure cooked in a spicy masala and later fried or roasted with onion pieces and curry leaves. Our Kerala Beef fry recipe is well detailed in short simple sentences keeping new comers in mind. Enjoy our Beef Ularthiyathu cooked in Kerala style. The beef Ularthiyathu tastes better based on the beef cut, if the beef meat has fat then the beef fry tastes nice, if the meat is lean then there wont be much taste to the dish. The fat in the beef enhances the taste of the dry beef fry, also it reduces the use of less oil to make the beef Ularthiyathu. Try to use freshly ground garam masala, chilly powder and coriander powder. Also slow cooking the beef will bring a great taste to the dish rather than using the pressure cooker, but if the beef is not a tender cut then it will take a long to cook. Please make sure to cook the beef fry in low heat to get a nice black color.
Beef Varattiyathu – Kuttanadan Beef Roast is a traditional beef dish cooked in Kuttanadan style. Geographically Kuttanad is termed the Rice Bowl of Kerala. The lush paddy fields and backwaters will leave you spell bound. You will find a well cited Kuttanadan Beef Roast dish here. To achieve an authentic taste and flavour, only natural masalas are used in Kuttanadan Beef Roast.
Thinly sliced red meat is cooked with pepper and essential ingredients in a pressure cooker. Do not overcook, needs meat to be bit chewy. In a thick bottomed vessel, heat coconut oil and fry coconut slices, ginger, garlic, ground masala powders and other ingredients. Stir in cooked meat with gravy and keep roasting in low medium flame until beef pieces are coated well with the spicy fragrant mixture. Enjoy Kuttanadan Beef Roast with loved ones.
Kappa Erachi Koottu is a mashed spicy concoction of cooked tapioca with beef, also known as kappa beef biryani. Kappa Erachi Koottu is a favorite from God’s own country and is widely popular as a Thattukada dish. The dish can be savored as a whole meal or as a snack.
Beef cubes are cooked with salt and turmeric. Cooked tapioca is kept aside after draining off water. Grated coconut is roasted with garlic, pepper corns and other ingredients and ground to a fine paste. Take a wide pan and stir in cooked beef, cooked tapioca and the spicy coconut mixture. Adjust the level of salt and cook for a few minutes gently blending Kappa Irachi Koottu. Try the wonderful dish with loved ones.
Oletherachi is a traditional favorite of Malayalee generation. Also viewed as a signature dish of Christian community, Oletherachi or Beef Roast is a tasty preparation of red meat cooked with varied herbs and spices. Beef roast with coconut flakes is simply irresistible.
Marinated beef cubes are pressure cooked with varied spices and coconut flakes. Cooked beef is sauteed in hot coconut oil adding black pepper and other spicy ingredients. Beef is slow roasted over a medium low flame until beef is browned, without getting beef burnt. Oletherachi pairs well with porotta, chappati, appam or any bread varieties. Oletherachi is must try dish and will definitely make you crave for more.
Chilli Beef is an Indo Chinese special dish that can be easily prepared at home. Fried beef pieces blended in a spicy peppery corn flour mixture tastes awesome. Chilli Beef pairs well with fried rice, noodles, porotta, almost anything. Thinly sliced beef pieces are marinated in a peppery soya mixture and deep fried until beef is browned. Green chilly garlic mixture is sautéed and fried beef pieces are added along with other ingredients. The spice rich thick gravy of Chilli Beef is a must try dish. Enjoy the dish.
A twist to Kerala style Beef Fry
Kerala Nadan Beef Curry is an all-time favorite beef dish among Malayalees especially Christians. Festivals like Easter and Christmas are never complete without beef curry dishes. Nadan Beef Curry is one such delicacy that goes well with appam, puttu, tapioca, chappati and rice. Here is a simple version of a delicious kerala beef curry cooked in nadan authentic kerala style. Beef pieces are cooked in a fried red chilly mixture. The tempting aroma and spicy flavor of this Thattukada or street side fast food, is worth a try. Sauteed with fried onions, ginger and garlic, grants Nadan Beef Curry the rich tempting aromatic flavor. Our Nadan Beef Curry recipe is well illustrated in simple steps and the ingredients are clearly specified.