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To begin with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have saucy tomato beef keema (non-curry) - mince using 13 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Saucy Tomato Beef Keema (non-curry) - Mince-
- Prepare 300 g ground beef
- Take 1/4 c water
- Get 1/4 tsp rock salt
- Get 1 Tbsp Cooking oil
- Make ready 1 medium red onion
- Make ready 1 medium capsicum or bell pepper, diced
- Prepare 1-2 long chili, sliced thinly (optional)
- Get 3 medium tomatoes, sliced
- Make ready 1/2-1 Tbsp soy sauce + oyster sauce + Knorr or Maggi seasoning (or to taste)
- Make ready 1/8 pc beef bullion or broth cube, dissolved in 1/8c water
- Take 5 cloves toasted minced garlic (optional garnish)
- Make ready 1 leek leaf, sliced thinly (optional garnish)
- Make ready to taste Cracked pepper
Instructions to make Saucy Tomato Beef Keema (non-curry) - Mince-
- Heat pan with 1/4c water and place frozen ground beef in and cover, leave in medium heat. Check after few minutes and turn and break beef apart. Keep doing this until juices come out and all are browned.
- Transfer beef to a container, including juices, sprinkle rock salt, mix and set aside.
- In the same pan, add and heat cooking oil. Drop your garlic. Sauté until toasted then set aside for garnish.
- In the same pan, sauté your onions, bell pepper and chili (if desired). Once onions are translucent drop in sliced tomatoes with seeds. Add cracked pepper (to taste). Spoon in some of the beef juices and cover. Let the flavors blend.
- Check tomatoes, when it has softened and juices have come out, add your beef to the pan. Stir in and cover. Let the juices blend together.
- After 5 minutes, taste, drizzle in 1/2 your soy sauce mix and taste. Add the rest if desired, stir and cover.
- After another 5 minutes, taste, mix in beef broth water mix if desired for more flavour then cover.
- After another 5 minutes, do a taste test and adjust accordingly. Add water if too salty or dry
- Turn off heat, transfer beef with juices to a bowl. Garnish with leek leaves/green onion, chili &/or toasted garlic.
- SERVING SUGGESTIONS- -Use as a wrap filling, add tomatoes, lettuce and drizzle your favorite yogurt sauce, cream or mayo. -Eat with pita bread, a salad or as rice topping. -6.20.16. I just tried in lettuce wrap, yum! -)
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