Beef Karahi from Pakistan
by: Akbar and Parveen Khokhar
1 kg beef cubes (preferably undercut)
½ kg tomatoes (chopped)
1 teaspoon garlic paste
2 teaspoon ginger thin sliced strips.
2 teaspoon red Chile powder
4 large green chilies (cut lengthwise)
3 tablespoons oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon garam masala
2 teaspoon fresh corriander leaves
Apply the garlic paste and salt to the beef cubes and leave aside.
Heat oil in a karahi, add the ground red chilies and fry to a brown in color. Then add the chopped tomatoes and cook it for a while.
Add the beef cubes and cook till the cubes are tender. When water dries up, fry the fillets for a few minutes and remove from fire. Sprinkle garam masala.
Heat one tablespoon oil and fry green chilies into it. Garnish with chilies and corriander leaves and serve hot with naan (a round flatbread made of wheat four, a staple accompaniment to hot meals).
“…very good and very famous in Pakistan. Enjoy.” Akbar Khokhar
Akbar and Parveen have been FMIN Partners since August 2005. They pastor The Wesleyan Methodist Church in their predominately Muslim country of Pakistan. With six churches and eleven cell groups, their goal is to have a loving, caring association of members who encourage one another in the steps of Christ.
Wesleyan Methodist Church of Pakistan Website
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